Title: Proven Guilty (Boys in Blue #5)
Author Name: Mia Watts
Publication Date & Length: April 1, 2013 – 72pgs
James is positive he’s not gay—almost, but when his new roommate and District Attorney liaison calls his bluff, another boy in blue might just be proven guilty.
Detective James Runyon is rough around the edges with a reputation for causing trouble. So when a fellow officer accuses him of being gay, he knows the guy is full of shit.
But his new roommate, Shawn Janis, is slim, sexy, gorgeous and setting off way too many alarms for his comfort. And trying not to look at him has James in a tailspin of avoidance…until Shawn calls his bluff with an office kiss.
This was the last part of the Boys in Blue series and it was about James. He knows he is gay but doesn’t want to admit it to anyone, not even himself. That is until he gets a new roommate, who he didn’t know was gay until he is fighting unwanted emotions.
I actually liked James. He was a bit harder than the men in the other books, but he also didn’t want to admit he was gay so I understood it. The only part I didn’t like is it seemed like everyone was so against admitting they were gay, I’d have liked to have them admit that they were bi or admit that they were maybe into men but also women instead of it always being one way or the other at least for curiosity sake before they go from always loving women to not only loving men.
All in all another good story from Mia and I can’t wait to read more of her work!
See Renee’s Review for Boys in Blue Part 1
See Renee’s Review for Boys in Blue Part 2
See Renee’s Review for Boys in Blue Part 3
See Renee’s Review for Boys in Blue Part 4
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