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-- Fallen Angel Reviews

"..beautifully moving in all the
right places...KC Kendricks
gives us a well-crafted tale"
- The Romance Studio

"Good to the last word...."
- Sensual Reads

..."Seriously entertaining and
totally engaging..."
- Joyfully Reviewed

"...solidly written
contemporary romance..."
This series is best read in the order below.
4 Stars!
"KC Kendricks has created
an impressive saga....  
I very much enjoyed
Ace, Deuce, Trey."
- Literary Nymphs Reviews.
"KC Kendricks has a
distinctive writing style.  
The characters are
amusing and the plot is
delightfully unexpected."
- Literary Nymphs Reviews
"KC Kendricks knows how
to spin a yarn that will keep
you spellbound and glued to
the pages." - Sensual Reads
Steel Wheels
Book #5 in Ian Coulter's Amethyst Cove
When Amethyst Cove’s reigning drag queen
is blackmailed, private investigator Ian
Coulter searches to find the truth. He doesn’t
believe his friend committed a murder and he
won’t allow money to change hands. He gets
support from his FBI lover Rick Mohr.

Ian and Rick have conquered a long road to
be together. Working together is easy.
Keeping their relationship strong is more
difficult. With their wedding day approaching,
Ian questions if he can go through with the
ceremony but not his love for Rick.

When Ian is propositioned, Rick falls back into
old ways. Ian’s guiltless but overcoming his
jealousy isn’t easy for Rick. With time running
out, they leave no avenue unexplored in their
quest to find the truth and the blackmailer –
before the honeymoon cruise.  

I drove by the bank and deposited the Steel Wheels check and headed home as fast as the ʼCuda
could safely maneuver through the in-town traffic. Rick was on the balcony when I walked into the

“Agent Mohr. Did ya miss me?” I laid the contract packet on the charging table with our electronic
gizmos. “I’m going to indulge in a drink. Do you want one?”

“Sure, babe. Make it about three fingers with a lot of ice.”

That sounded good to me. I poured two bourbons and carried them outside. I handed one to him.
“Sláinte mhaith."

He tapped the rim of his glass to mine. “Good health to you. Cheers."

We sipped and I leaned over to kiss him. He drew back and raised an eyebrow. “New aftershave, Mr.

Just fuck me. Fuck me here, fuck me now. I never gave it a thought he’d smell any transfer on me.

“Nope. I can’t say as I even like it." I collapsed into my chair. This conversation had to be handled

He sat eerily still. “You met an itinerant salesman and he offered you a sample?”

As much as I didn’t want to talk about this, honesty was the only way to handle it. That way he had of
not moving spoke volumes about how upset he was. In his past, he’d lived with a man who did cheat
on him. Sometimes, like now, his emotions got the better of him.

“No, Rick. The guy at Steel Wheels hit on me again.”


I had no idea what that meant and I was not about to ask. Anything I said would probably set him off. I’d
just keep quiet until he had a few moments to process what I knew was a spike of jealousy. He
struggled with the emotion. I struggled to keep my smart-ass attitude in check.

We were learning when to tread lightly with each other. If there was ever a time to test how well we
were doing, it was now.

It seemed like an eternity before he spoke. “Okay. What did you do?”

“I didn’t deck his ass. He’s likely the kind that would sue me. What pissed me off is that just yesterday
I told him I was happy about getting married.”

His enigmatic gaze locked with mine. “Obviously that didn’t make an impression on him. Please tell me
you walked away from doing business with him.”

I took a deep breath. This could get dicey. “No, I didn’t. What I did do was call Gary and arrange for him
to do the bulk of the work so I can limit my time there.”

He was quiet for a few minutes. “Will you do me a favor?”

God alone knew what he might ask me to do. I steeled myself to the possibility of having to say no to
him. “You know I will if I can.”

“Go take a shower. His scent on you is more than I can stand.”
Deuce of Diamonds

KC Kendricks has created a splendid as well as an exceptionally enjoyable follow-up to
Double Deuce. -
4.5 Nymphs from Chocolate Minx at Literary Nymphs Reviews
Double Deuce

Ian is one fine hero.  Rick does match him but Ian has lots up his sleeve to counter Rick’s tricks.  The
two together make quite a pair and it is together they can solve this case which leads them to
counterfeiting, insider trading and blown up yachts.  And that is just the beginning.  Add corruption
and lies and you have Double Deuce.  KC Kendricks knows how to spin a yarn that will keep you glued
to the pages.  – Elise, Sensual Reads

KC Kendricks has a distinctive writing style.  The characters are amusing and the plot is delightfully
unexpected.  I fully enjoyed Double Deuce. - Chocolate Minx, Literary Nymphs Reviews
Ace, Deuce, Trey
KC Kendricks has created an impressive saga. The romantic portion of the storyline gives the
background of how Rick and Ian progressed into their current scorching relationship together.
I very much enjoyed Ace, Deuce, Trey.
- Literary Nymphs

This is an intricate and complex plot. With a PI who has a FBI agent for a boyfriend, you know
that there is going to be crime and mystery woven through the plot.In fact, it was hard to put
down at all. I found myself sneaking to my tablet to catch a few pages when I could. The mystery
adds a bit of thrill and danger and the romance is sweet. - MM Good Book Reviews, 5 Hearts
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