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She doesn't need a hero.
But she does need me.
I came to Sunnyville broken, battered, and bloody.
I was saved, rescued by an angel wearing a badge and from that point on, I wanted to be just like him.
Flash forward two years and I finally have my opportunity.
But then Topher Harding asks me out on a date.
He's sexy, he has dimples, and he's a cop.
One date turns into five turns into me thinking this guy might be my forever.
Unfortunately, things don't always go to plan.
This is my life and I refuse to let anyone, or anything stand in my way.
Especially a sexy, dimpled cop who thinks I need a hero.
From the second the new dispatcher walked into the station, I wanted her.
She's smart, quick thinking, and on a scale of one to ten, her body is a fifteen.
For the first time in my life, I want to stop adding notches to my bedpost and buy a new bed.
One I can share with Liv for the rest of my life.
After everything she has been through, I need to make sure nothing and no one can touch her again.
Then I find out she's been keeping a secret that I can't get over.
So, I let her walk out of my life.
Now she's back with a shiny new badge of her own.
And being the department's Field Training Officer, she's put under my wing.
She still doesn't need a hero.
But she does need me.
And I'll prove it to her.
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Liv shows that sometimes your past makes you stronger. Sometimes it’s having the right person in your life. Topher just wants a chance. He has a big heart – one that’s in the right place. The author has written a few good secondary characters that had me wondering what their story was.
I liked how the author made Topher to be a man that’s not afraid to be persistant. I also applaud her for giving us characters that are on the police force due to the current climate we’re in. We see part of the good work that these people in blue do for the cities they live in. Make no mistake that she doesn’t try and push any type of agenda on to her readers.
This story is all about someone wanting to spend time with someone else that’s a little gun-shy around certain people. They have a hard time opening their heart to possibilities. All while working in one of the toughest jobs. The author adds a dog into the mix and that grabs my attention – I’m a sucker for pets and children. Patience was a strong theme here – for our main characters and for us. I liked getting a couple of chuckles out at our characters expense – and I didn’t feel one bit sorry. As I’m getting to the end, our author also gives me the moment where a tear begins to appear in my eye.
Cop-Out is written in New York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg's Everyday Heroes World, which is one of two KB Worlds projects. With over 100 authors, who were selected by and are working with K. Bromberg, these stories are fan fiction at its finest—and sexiest. Devoted fans of the Driven and Everyday Heroes series will have the opportunity to revisit their favorite characters and settings. Misty Walker is bringing the sexiness of first responders to the page writing in the steamy, swoon-worthy world of the Malone brothers. You can find out more about K. Bromberg and the KB Worlds at kbworlds.com.
Misty Walker is fueled by coffee and motivated by the forceful voices in her head screaming to tell their story. If she's not reading or writing, she's spending time with her daughters, husband, and two dogs. But mostly she's reading or writing.