Sunday, January 20, 2019

Over and Again (Casus Fortuitus #4) by Brooke Edwards


It’s been a hell of a year in New York City. Detective Cohen Bailey is determined to put Jake Bartlett, the last remaining threat, behind bars for good. To do that, he’s going to need all the help he can get. Their team is still reeling from almost losing two of their own and Cohen knows that if there was ever a chance to prove himself, this is it.

Brock Hart is a pinch-hitter for the Department of Justice, a mobile asset that moves with the big cases and steps in to clean up messes when they occur. Prosecuting isn’t all done in the courtroom, and Brock’s got a personal connection of his own to this particular case. Detective Cohen Bailey is attractive, competent and more importantly, half Brock’s age. Brock’s better off sticking to his long-time no-strings arrangement than risking it all on Cohen.

The more they dig into the web surrounding Bartlett, the more certain they become that there’s something bigger going on. Neither of them have the time to fall into bed together, let alone fall in love, but if there’s anything Brock’s learned it’s that sometimes, the best choices are the ones you don’t mean to make.

My Rating - 5 Stars!

If you've been following my blog, you'll know that I am in love with Brooke Edward's Casus Fortuitus series. Over and Again, the fourth book in the series, in the perfect addition.

In this book we read a lot about Brock and Cohen, as well as seeing all our favorite characters return. This series have given us a whole cast that I will miss a lot.

Once again, the author treats us to many twists and turns, keeping the readers fully captivated till the end. In addition to all the action and suspense, there's plenty of romance and humor. 

The book has such a realistic feel to it, making it so darn enjoyable. It's easy to become fully engrossed in the action, the emotions, and the settings. 

As Over and Again is the ending for this series, I am sad to see it end. If you haven't read it yet, be sure to check it out. 

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