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Brothers in Blue: Marc

Jeanne St. James

4.8 Stars
From 4 Reviews

Meet the men of Manning Grove, three small-town cops and brothers, who meet the women who will change the rest of their lives. This is Marc’s story…

Officer Marc Bryson doesn’t believe women should be in law enforcement. Ever. When his older brother, Max, is promoted to the small town’s police chief the first thing he does is hire a woman fresh out of the academy. Then makes Marc her Field Training Officer.

Determined to follow in her late father’s footsteps, Leah Grant has the moxie to break any glass ceiling that stands in the way from becoming a police officer. Even if that means proving to her coach—who only wants her in his bed and not in the field—she’s worthy of being a permanent member of the force.

Working in a man’s world, Leah challenges Marc’s misconceptions about women in the line of duty. But as they struggle to separate their work life from their undeniable chemistry, things continue to steam up and get a little kinky. These two officers of the law must toe the line after being caught red-handed.

In the end, can Leah prove to Marc that she is good as backup as well as in bed?

Note: This book can be read as a standalone and has an HEA.

Warning: This is a steamy story that include fun, but explicit, sex that includes handcuffs, neckties, and nipple rings! It is intended for readers over 18 years old.

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I love a man in uniform

by Ashley Magruder

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review... I read Brothers in Blue: Marc and enjoyed it... but then again what woman in her right mind doesn't like a man in uniform... but this was the guy getting girl and keeping the girl safe from the enemy No Matter What even if you have to argue with her... but he knew how to shut her up half the time... I gave this book 5 stars because I absolutely loved it... I would recommend this book to any of my friends to tell them to read it...

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Fun, Fasr, Read

by Lbry2602

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I am surprised I enjoyed a book with the H a male chauvinist. Marc believes a woman's place is not in a squad car, but is listing after his trainee, Leah. Leah is determined to prove him wrong. These two are well written, interesting characters, and their chemistry palpable. The book is fast paced and a quick read. Marc's family is close, sometimes too close, which adds to the book. This is the first I've read by Jeanne St James, and won't be the last.

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Loved this book

by poppy

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.This was a really fun read it is the second book in the series but can easily be read as a standalone.A super read with great characters i really liked it and i would recommend.Looking forward to reading the next book.

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When Two Alphas Meet

by S Lange

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

What happens when a male Alpha Marc and a female Alpha Leah get together? In the case of Marc in Brothers in Blue some very steamy situations.

Leah recently graduated from the police academy at the top of her class. Unfortunately being a female in uniform can be a bit of a challenge being accepted into the mostly boys club. After being passed over by several potential precincts she is finally accepted by the police department in Manning Grove. She is excited about being able to follow in her father’s footsteps and starting to make a dent in her student loans.

Marc is totally against women being in uniform. He feels that they are not physically able to handle the more physical aspect of the job. His chief has informed him that he will be training the new female recruit for the next two months and he’s not pleased. He intends to make sure she follows every rule and will give demerits for any mess-ups.

Marc and Leah have instant chemistry and both are trying to pretend that they are not taking sneak peaks at each other.

While Leah is strong willed and able to handle herself there is a vulnerable side to her also. She is more reserved but not a push over. She is very professional in her job. She also has no problem going after some much needed relief when a certain someone pushes her to the limit.

Marc even thou his character spouts the usual woman shouldn’t be police officers his actions except for the first day shows what’s really underneath. Marc is very protective of women. His main concern is that they may be hurt on the job and is worried that he may not be able to forgive himself if they are hurt while protecting him. He does bluster a lot but thankfully his character shows a lot of depth and concern and knows when to hold his thoughts or was that because he was threatened with bodily harm from the women in his life.

As he is her training officer Marc knows that he should stay away, however their mutual attraction makes it very hard for him to keep their relationship strictly professional.

There are so many laugh out loud moments in this book. As Marc is trying his best to not think of Leah in a sexual manner he distracts himself by naming parts of a pig. Leah also has her share of feisty inner dialogue that makes you snort. Marc’s family is warm loving and downright hysterical. The town’s people are such characters that you feel a kinship to all of them.

This was a great read with fully developed characters that were both strong and vulnerable at varying times. I bonded with both of them. Loved how much of a boy Marc really is and how strong and sweet Leah is. Jeanne St. James definitely one of my new favorite authors.