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Court Appointed: A Serving Love Story

by Annmarie McKenna

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This was a re-read after first reading it in 2010. I remembered liking it much more the first time around, but I am going to leave my rating at a 4. This had insta-love within 24 hours and a very predictable storyline, but it was still very enjoyable. I believe my advanced experience with M/M books is why it didn't grab me like it did 4 years ago. But I can definitely still recommend it to M/M romance fans looking for a low angst love story. ( )
  gigi9988776 | Aug 25, 2014 |
There was so much blood rushing to and from their cocks that I was starting to worry they'd do some permanent damage! I like a good instalove story but this just didn't do it for me. ( )
  jules0623 | Mar 31, 2013 |
There was so much blood rushing to and from their cocks that I was starting to worry they'd do some permanent damage! I like a good instalove story but this just didn't do it for me. ( )
  jules0623 | Mar 29, 2013 |
Jackson is a judge. Old money family and comfy life, he is one of the younger federal judges of the country. And he has a right path for Washington. But there is a problem. Jackson likes men. Believing this could ruin his career he has always kept a low profile, having relationship with men who have maybe more reason than him to hide. And so no one knows about him apart his ex lovers and his father, an homophobic man who has never accepted his son.

But now hiding could be a deadly decision for Jackson, cause he is blackmailing by someone who obviously knows about him. And who has the possibility to enter annoticing in his home. So Jackson has to report to FBI, and the man who replies to his request is Trey, Jackson's wet dream. Jackson knows Trey and has always fantasized about him, but till now he has never tried to discover if the man could be possibly interested in having an affair. Cause a real story is not possible...

But Trey is not interested in an affair, he is interested in all and soon. He makes pretty clear that from that moment on, Jackson's safety, and body, are his own duty and a duty he is very willingly to accomplish. And if being his 24 hours bodyguard means share a bed... it's even better.

Jackson and Trey are really similar, both in looks than in behaviour. They are both strong men, and it's pretty funny the scene where Trey is hurrying to save the judge, and the man knocks down two men without help... if Trey would be less self-conscious, he could have an inferiority complex!

The sex story steals somewhat the scene to the suspence-thriller one. And there some points of the suspence story which remain unsolved at the end, end which maybe happens a bit to quick... has the author a lenght limit in mind? I was really getting into the story and... puff... it was finished...

  elisa.rolle | Jan 17, 2008 |
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Jackson knows he needs protection from a stalker, but the last thing he wants is to want his bodyguard.

After receiving several suspicious "gifts," His Honor Jackson Benedict is assigned an agent for protection. He'd be fine with a bodyguard...if he was anyone but the man who enters his courtroom looking hotter than any man has a right to look. Thank God Jackson's robe hides his interest.

Trey London is more than happy that Jackson has practically been handed to him on a silver platter. If his job requires he stay close to one of the country's youngest federal judges, it's no skin off his back. The closer the better, actually.

But someone else is getting closer, too, and when the gifts turn into attacks, Trey is forced to trade his status of new lover for that of protector. He's not about to let anyone come between him and his judge.
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