One 4.5 and THREE 4 Star Reviews for Fahey’s Flaw (Kansas City Heat, #9) by Jenna Byrnes #M/M #Cops

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Title: Fahey’s Flaw (Kansas City Heat #9)
Author Name & Publisher: Jenna Byrnes (Pride Publishing )
Publication Date & Length: January 5th 2016- 115 pages

Synopsis

Can KCPD detectives keep the latest designer drug off the streets and out of the hands of teenagers?

There’s a new drug of choice in town, and the detectives of the KCPD Vice Department are working fast to keep it away from unsuspecting students looking for a cheap high. Detective Wynn Fahey’s son, Connor, is thirteen going on thirty. His recent announcement that he’s gay causes concern for his mother and her new husband, and the parents of the boy he’s been caught in a compromising position with.

Wynn struggles to help his son adjust, not having gone through the same issues since he didn’t come out until he was divorced with a child. When the new five dollar Insanity drug invades Con’s school, the boy is forced to grow up faster than his parents would have liked. Will the love and support of handsome English teacher Reilly O’Keefe be enough to sustain Wynn and Connor, or are they in too deep to scrabble their way out of danger?

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fourstars

This was such a good story about drugs in schools, how the kids handle it and the consequences that come from drugs.

Wynn was the main character and was a cop along with his son Connor who was in high school.  Wynn meets Reilly a teacher and it was instant attraction. I thought Wynn and Reilly’s relationship moved pretty fast, but it seemed to work very well with the story content.  Wynn’s ex wife’s husband was a jerk. Though it did add some conflict to the story it did make the ex wife and Wynn understand each other better.  Other than the major plot of the drugs it was a good story about how family sticks together.

Even though it was a short story I felt that it was complete. I really enjoyed this book and always look forward to reading more by Jenna Byrnes.

~AvidReader

FourandHalfStars

This was such a good story about drugs in schools, how the kids handle it and the consequences that come from drugs.

Wynn was the main character and was a cop along with his son Connor who was in high school.  Wynn meets Reilly a teacher and it was instant attraction. I thought Wynn and Reilly’s relationship moved pretty fast, but it seemed to work very well with the story content.  Wynn’s ex wife’s husband was a jerk. Though it did add some conflict to the story it did make the ex wife and Wynn understand each other better.  Other than the major plot of the drugs it was a good story about how family sticks together.

Even though it was a short story I felt that it was complete. I really enjoyed this book and always look forward to reading more by Jenna Byrnes.

~Sherry

FourStars

This is totally a standalone in this series even though at the beginning it is a bit overwhelming with all the characters being thrown at the reader, once you get past that, I don’t think we see much of any of the other characters from previous books.
I liked that this was a cop book, but it wasn’t so much so that you lose track of the characters… And I can’t help but love that it’s a teacher book, because who didn’t have a crush on a teacher at one point in their life or another so this was fun for me.
There was a lot of insta chemistry, but I liked the way the two men came together even with the evil ex and tween around to be dealt with.
I will say that I felt like the designer drug was sort of not a finished sideline of the book when it had taken up so much of a part of the book so that was a bit of a disappointment for me.
Renee
FourStars
This is the ninth book in Jenna Byrnes Kansas City Heat series and I loved it. Jenna Byrnes just draws you into the story and makes you believe. This story deals with primarily drug use in high school thru college and how the main characters deal with it. Wynn and Reilly were absolutely great together and I immediately connected with both MC’s and was amazed with how they dealt with a new cheaper drug that was hitting the schools. Ms. Byrnes also shows how they dealt with becoming involved with each other and again made this insta-love believable. This was a very easy read and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Lynn
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Jenna Byrnes could use more cabinet space and more hours in a day. She’d fill the kitchen with gadgets her husband purchases off TV and let him cook for her to his heart’s content. She’d breeze through the days adding hours of sleep, and more time for writing the hot, erotic romance she loves to read.

Jenna thinks everyone deserves a happy ending, and loves to provide as many of those as possible to her gay, lesbian and hetero characters. Her favorite quote, from a pro-gay billboard, is “Be careful who you hate. It may be someone you love.”

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