ARC #Review – Trust Me (Holmes Brothers Book 5) by Farrah Rochon

Posted 22 May, 2017 by DLWhite in Reviews 0 Comments

ARC #Review – Trust Me (Holmes Brothers Book 5) by Farrah RochonTrust Me (The Holmes Brothers Book 5) by Farrah Rochon
on May 25, 2017
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Trust doesn't always come easy...

As the maverick of the New Orleans City Council, Mackenna Arnold has spent the last four years dismantling the council’s “politics as usual” mentality. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Mack now has her sights set on an even bigger prize: the mayor’s office. But only when the time is right. And only if she can get the pesky freelance journalist hell-bent on investigating her for corruption—who just so happens to be one of the sexiest men alive and her best friend’s younger brother—off her back. But when Mack suspects that her longtime mentor and the city’s current mayor is up to no good, she must convince Ezra Holmes to help her investigate the mayor’s office.

Ezra can admit to having had a thing for Mackenna in his younger days, even though she barely knew his name back then. But his past feelings for Mack have nothing to do with why he’s so committed to exposing her. He suspects she’s used her influence as a public official to cut private deals, and breaking this corruption story would be just the thing to jumpstart his fading career. But what is Ezra supposed to do when he discovers Mack isn’t the one who’s a crooked politician? There’s only one thing he can do: join forces with the woman he’s been crazy about for far too long.

So, when we last saw Mackenna and Ezra, (Chase Me, Holmes Bros Book 4- Chase Me) they were kiiiiiinda at odds.
If you can call having Ezra arrested at odds. Safe to say there was an enormous amount of animosity between the two and from the outside, it sure appeared that they hated each other.
But as I’ve said ( and we all know) there is a thin line between love and hate. And between Ezra and Mackenna, that line is thin and getting thinner.
And hotter.
Whew, girl. Farrah Rochon could write her interpretation of the phone book and it would be a 1-click autobuy for me, so it’s not ANY surprise that I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I won’t re-hash the story (Buy it, read it!), but lemme tell you that it not only contains a bit of intrigue as we try to figure out just who the corrupt politician is, but there’s a sweet enemies to lovers story wrapped up in this fight to do what’s best for the town of New Orleans and Mackenna’s district.
I wouldn’t steer you wrong– this one is face worthy! Grab it when it’s on sale May 25th!

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