The Current Between Us – Kindle Alexander

Gage Synclair, international, hard-hitting investigative photojournalist, is preparing for the final special report of his career. A story of deception and murder six long years in the making. After spending ten years in some of the worst parts of the world, he’s ready to settle life down and open an art gallery in his hometown of Chicago.

Trent Cooper, electrical contractor, is surprised by the last minute request for a fast-paced electrical remodel, little did he know he’d be immediately propositioned by the gallery’s owner. Being gay in the construction industry isn’t easy, nor is being father to his two young adopted children. Trent keeps his life in separate zones to avoid a short circuit. Will their high-voltage passion break the currents between them forever?

MY REVIEW
Damn, Kindle Alexander gave me a M/M read with two characters that i didnt think were going to work. Gage came across as this hard, gruff, self centered man who was all about himself and his wants and needs. Trent was a cute easy going guy with a heart of gold, who loved his sisters children as his own.
Two so very different men as they could possibly be and i really couldnt see how they could have a romantic connection that i could fall in love with. WRONG!
I loved them as a couple, Gage was such a cheesy sap when it came to Trent, the things he would say to him, bless, they made my teeth hurt they were so sweet sometimes, but it was a good sweet. Like i mentioned Gage was hard, kind of emotionally aloof until he was with Trent then he had this whole other side to him.
Trent was a great character i just loved everything about him, apart from his doubts as to whether he was good enough for someone like Gage.
There was abit of insta love going on in this book but i didnt mind it as the plot just carried it so well.
I totally adored the huge twist Kindle threw in there it made the story that much better and had me gripped by the throat, my heart in my mouth as it all played out.
Kindle Alexander always gives me my M/M fix in a book with her wonderful writing.

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