Compromised (Uniformity, #1)

Compromised (Uniformity, #1) EPUB Compromised Uniformity, 1 Author Ethan Stone Bystricepodhostynem.eu Book One In The Uniformity Series.Kash Never Thought He D Find True Love Working At A Maximum Security Prison, But That S Exactly What Happens.Correctional Officer Daniel Kash Kashaveroff Is Single, Gay And Working At A Maximum Security Prison In A Small Town In Nevada Not The Best Job Or Town In Which To Meet Men He Wants To Fall In Love Again But Isn T Actively Looking.Then He Begins Working With A New Partner, Zane Davis, And His Life Is Turned Upside Down Kash Is Attracted To Zane But Isn T Sure The Sexy Man Plays For His Team When The Gay Or Not Mystery Is Solved, Zane And Kash Begin A Relationship That Starts As Friends With Benefits But Soon Becomes A Committed One.Zane Is Bisexual And As Much As He Cares For Kash, He Is Still Drawn To Women The Attraction To The Fairer Sex Creates Problems In The Relationship But Kash Is Committed To Making It Work.While Dealing With His Relationship Issues, Kash Also Becomes Friends With An Inmate Named Cody Ives Becoming Personally Involved With An Inmate Is Against The Rules, But Kash Believes In The Young Man S Innocence And Insists On Proving It.

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  • ebook
  • 183 pages
  • Compromised (Uniformity, #1)
  • Ethan Stone
  • English
  • 10 April 2018
  • 1781844062

10 thoughts on “Compromised (Uniformity, #1)

  1. says:

    Another amazing deal Price drop to 0.99 atUS 8 9 13

  2. says:

    May contain minor spoilersSomewhere between 3.5 and 4, but not quite at 4 I like my M M with a nice kick of law enforcement and attitude, and this book provided a new twist on that Since reading Protection I ve been dying for another prisoner related story, and I got a pretty nice one here.The first half of the book revolves around Kash and Kash s relationship with Zane, a bisexual co worker who has an itch he likes to scratch with people who he isn t in a committed relationship with I re May contain minor spoilersSomewhere between 3.5 and 4, but not quite at 4 I like my M M with a nice kick of law enforcement and attitude, and this book provided a new twist on that Since reading Protection I ve been dying for another prisoner related story, and I got a pretty nice one here.The first half of the book revolves around Kash and Kash s relationship with Zane, a bisexual co worker...

  3. says:

    Sorry for the bad review, but I m in a bit of a funk, so this will just mainly be dot points promising premise that ended up disappointing lacked the realism and intensity that made the premise so grabbing idiotic, 2D and unlikeable characters I couldn t relate or sympathise with any of the characters the book was so damn ridiculous yet still managed to be so dull and bland Little depth and no food for thought eyeroll y and incredibly boring I couldn t finish fast enough I m not qui Sorry for the bad review, but I m in a bit of a funk, so this will just mainly be dot points promising premise that ended up disappointing lacked the realism and intensity that made the premise so grabbing idiotic, 2D and unlikeable characters I couldn t relate or sympathise with any of the characters the book was so damn ridiculous yet still managed to be so dull and bland Little depth and no food...

  4. says:

    Nothing doing There s nothing in this story to have me wanting to rave, or rage, about it I didn t hate it, but I certainly didn t love it either Daniel Kash is a Corrections Officer hiding his sexuality due to his work Yet, he s frustrated with his life The job s a job and it pays his bills, but he s finding himselfandburnt out When his idiot partner goes down with a broken nose from one of the inmates at the prison Kash s biggest fear is being saddled with someone worse At Nothing doing There s not...

  5. says:

    like a 4.5 Vivid inside prison descriptions that felt very real INteresting plot twists and thrilling action sequences.

  6. says:

    3.5 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com This was a lovely read, one I enjoyed quite a lot, even if it was a bit slow at the beginning There are books we feel them realistic, and there are other we feel them as real This one felt like a biography, the prison details and work routine were as if interviewing a real life officer That made for a slow pace at the beginning, though in all fairness the author does inform us that this first book of the s 3.5 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com This was a lovely read, one I enjoyed quite a lot, even if it was a bit slow at the beginning There are books we feel them realistic, and there are other we feel them as real This one felt like a biography, the prison details and work routine were as if interviewing a real life officer That made for a slow pace at the beginning, though in all fairness the author does inform us that this first book of the series is meant to give us a real feeling and introduce us into the non glamorous version of this line of work He ends up with the promise ofaction for the next books.So moving on, I loved this story It was romantic without being cheesy, it was an everyday affair and quite credible, while at the same time maintained a certain...

  7. says:

    Ready for some prison gang rape fantasies This tale is definitely not about prison m m non con sex nor is it about graphic heterosexual male rape Don t despair, this story is great without either It s not that kind of prison book despite the insinuating title.Daniel Kash Kashaveroff is a corrections officer for a prison He s a closet gay male because even though there should be no discrimination, the real world doesn t function on hypothetical theories.Kash is experiencing a mini midlife Ready for some prison gang rape fantasies This tale is definitely not about prison m m non con sex nor is it about graphic heterosexual male rape Don t despair, this story is great without either It s not that kind of prison book despite the insinuating title.Daniel Kash Kashaveroff is a corrections officer for a prison He s a closet gay male because even though there should be no discrimination, the real world doesn t function on hypothetical theories.Kash is experiencing a mini midlife crisis Does he really want to remain as a corrections officer It s not a career choice for him It pays the bills When his personal life crosses over into his work, there are some serious ramifications There is a strict code of conduct for fraternization between prison guard and prisoner This is where the compromise comes in.Mr Stone is a new to me author who kept me riveted to this story He crafts a solid tale with detective work and an inside look at the priso...

  8. says:

    3.5 I think I m gonna go 4 starsthere were a few things that kinda pulled it down for me a bit, but overall, I did enjoy it Kash works in a maximum security prison, he is fair and hard working, burned out, and of course, still in the closet He gets to working with Zane Davis, a character that in all honesty I didn t care for until toward the last half of the book This book made...

  9. says:

    I don t honestly know what I thought of this book I was surprisinglyinterested in the mystery part than the romance part, which is not typical for me with mm romance books that are also mystery suspense type of books I hated Zane, and I couldn t figure out why Kash stayed with him so long I never felt a connection between them because Zane was immature and selfish, but I never got the connection between Kash and Ives either I gotof a little brother, wanting to help a young innoce I don t honestly know what I thought of this book I was surprisinglyinterested in the mystery part than the romance part, which is not typical for me with mm romance books that are also mystery suspense type of books I hated Zane, and I couldn t figure out why Kash stayed with him so long I never felt a connection between them because Zane was immature and selfish, but I never got the connection between Kash and Ives either I gotof a little brother, wanting to help a young innocent kid vibe from Kash than a lover type vibe The whodunit part was pretty cool I obviously figured some of it out on my own, ...

  10. says:

    This was ok the plot of the story was intriguing and I really did want to know how things would end up The who done it, as it were The problems for me were in Daniel s voice I didn t feel the emotion necessary for me to care too much about the characters as individuals I really only cared about the story of who did it, how was Cody framed, and how they resolved it The ending was also pretty abrupt and left me feeling like I was missing something In reality, I missed all the emotion need This was ok the plot of the story was intriguing and I really did want to know how things would end up The who done it, as it were The problems for me were in Daniel s voice I didn t feel the emotion necessary for me to care too much about the character...

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