Uncaged Review – Big Balls and Brass Knuckles by James Cox

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Big Balls and Brass Knuckles
James Cox
SciFi Suspense/MM Romance

A dedicated detective meets a rich inventor who wants to play cop. Even in the future, money can get you everything…

Detective Brett Knucks is trying to find a killer. The last thing he needs is to be saddled with the legendary Chris Genius, aka Big Balls. But someone is using one of Genius’s inventions, the cook bot, to commit murders, and Brett has more questions than answers. The only way to find the truth is to dig through all the lies surrounding them. Working side by side with the sarcastic, flirty inventor is definitely not what Brett had in mind. Even more surprising is that they make a good team. Until one kiss changes everything. Meet Big Balls and Brass Knuckles—a dysfunctional partnership that may just save your life.


Uncaged Review: This is a good story that brings
you into the action right away. People are being
murdered by a cook bot, invented by Chris Genius.
This is a good suspense with some decent
intrigue and a slow burn romance between Brett
and Chris. When we first meet Brett, he has a boyfriend,
and this book jumps into some hard core
sex scenes pretty fast, but the boyfriend gets tired
of taking a back seat to Brett’s job, which is fine
by me, he was a bit immature to me anyway.

This is the first book in a series, and I’m sure the
slowly maturing romance between Brett and Chris
will get hotter and hotter in the books to come.
Reviewed by Cyrene

4 Stars