Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Full Domain
Author: Kindle Alexander
Series: Nice Guys #3
Heroes: Kreed Sinacola/Aaron Stuart
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 434 Pages
Publisher: Kindle Alexander
Release Date: January 12, 2016
Available at: Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Honor, integrity, and loyalty are how Deputy US Marshal Kreed Sinacola lives his life. A former SEAL now employed by the Special Operations Group of the US Marshal Service, Kreed spent most of his life working covert operations and avoiding relationships. Never one to mix business with pleasure, his boundaries blur and his convictions are put to the test when he finally comes face-to-face with the hot computer geek he’s been partnered with. Hell-bent on closing the ongoing case for his longtime friend, he pushes past his own limits and uncovers more than he expects.
Aaron Stuart strives for one thing: justice. Young and full of idealism, his highly sought after computer skills land him a position with the National Security Agency. Aaron’s biggest hazard at his job is cramped fingers, but all that changes when he is drawn into the middle of a dangerous federal investigation. Aaron gets more than he bargained for when the FBI partners him with a handsome and tempting deputy US marshal. His attraction to the inked up, dark-haired man provides another kind of threat altogether. Aaron tries desperately to place a firewall around his heart and fight his developing feelings, knowing one misstep on his part could ultimately destroy him.
The solution isn’t as easy as solving the case, which is treacherous enough as it is. But the growing sexual attraction between them threatens to derail more than just Kreed’s personal convictions as he quickly learns temptation and matters of the heart rarely fit easily into the rules he’s lived by. Will Kreed be able to convince Aaron to open his heart and face the fact that sometimes the answers aren’t always hidden in code?
Review: There is something about Kindle Alexander books that just works for me. I have yet to read one I didn’t love and this was no exception. I’ve loved this entire series and can see me going back and reading them again. Maybe even an audio listen. I need to check on that.
I love alpha guys, and there is no shortage of big, tough, brutes in this series. But that’s what you need when you have men who use a church that fronts for their hate-filled violence against the gay community. I’ve read reviews that didn’t approve that a church was used as the bad guy, but come on, like that doesn’t happen? Personally, I can’t think of anything scarier than God’s name being used for evil. Even if you don’t believe in God or religion, it’s still a pretty awful thing to do, and it makes this story stronger, in my opinion.
Kreed and Aaron were introduced to each other, via video, at the end of book two, but that was nothing compared to what happens when they meet in real life. Kreed has a few issues, and Aaron is full of spit and secrets. He is like a rattlesnake and I just wanted to wrangle him up and get all that venom out. He took a bit to grow in me, but I knew he would. Kreed is just one big, sexy, tattooed bag of yumminess. It didn’t take Aaron long to succumb even though he took the “hard to get” to the extreme. Just about 50% of the book before they even kissed, let alone have sex. But once they did, it never stopped. So, if you like unresolved sexual tension, this book is for you; if you like a sexfest, this book is for you, too.
A few of my favorite parts were the Mitch and Kreed work partner issues and how they ended up; the Mitch and Colt banter and play fighting; and any time all of the guys from all three books were in the same room together. I loved that the series was a series and not stand-alone’s. Any time that I come across characters that I love, and I loved them all, I want to see them in future books, as well. It was nice to catch up and I hate to see to it end, but it was a good ride and a great series, and highly recommended.
Overall Impression: I loved it
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*