Review: Crossing Borders by Z. A. Maxfield

Crossing Borders Description: Two dudes walk into a bookstore…

Tristan knows he’s got issues. His latest ex-girlfriend knows it too. He can’t blame her for dumping him—even though she gets her brother to do it for her. Since he can’t stop staring at said brother’s package, he figures it’s about time to put a label on those issues. He likes guys.

He heads to a local bookstore with what he’s sure is a foolproof plan to find someone to show him what he’s been missing. But who should crash his little adventure? Officer Michael Truax, who gave him a really expensive ticket back in high school for skateboarding without a helmet.

Michael has been trying to catch Tristan for years…to give him a second ticket. Suddenly faced with “Sparky”, all grown up and looking to get laid, Michael’s protective instinct kicks in—and presents him with an opportunity that’s hard to resist. After all, the kid must know what he’s getting into, so why not?

But when a man with a plan connects with a man with a hunger, the result is nothing short of explosive.

Rating 4/5 Stars

Cover I could stare for hours at it.

Review This edition is a re-release so it may be you know it already.

At first I thought it would be a nice read and that’s it. But as soon as the two main characters met each other (again) and the banter started, I was hooked. Seriously, it’s so much fun. I really liked how they clicked but it was not happily ever after. They had problems, they were hurt and a lot of people tried to tell them what the right thing was.

I haven’t read anything by Z. A. Maxfield before but this will change. That woman can write, may it be flirting, sexy times, drama, you name it.

What do you think?


I got the e-copy as an ARC via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. Thank you.

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