Release Blitz ~ Bad Bishop by Layla Reyne (Review)

Bad Bishop by Layla Reyne is now live! 

When a marriage of convenience becomes more than either husband bargained for…

Special Agent Levi Bishop needs to:
Keep his son and family safe.
Prove his boss was framed for a crime she didn’t commit.
Convince his selfless cowboy husband that his needs matter too.
Make a bold play before love slips through his fingers.

Special Agent Emmitt Marshall needs to:
Protect his husband and stepson.
End the nightmare that’s haunted him since his mentor’s murder.
Hack through layers of deception to identify the real threat.
Stop hoping someone will choose him.

Marsh is determined to go it alone, to guard his family and his heart.
But Levi’s life and heart are on the line too.
Cornered, Levi will chance any play to save the marriage and man he needs.
Rings were exchanged and promises made.
Marsh kept up his end of the bargain.
Now it’s Levi’s turn.

Bad Bishop is the second book of the Perfect Play trilogy, a swoony, edge-of-your-seat M/M romantic suspense series featuring a marriage of convenience between two FBI agents determined to stop a common enemy—and to do right by each other. 

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~ * ~ Maris Review ~ * ~

4.5 Stars!

Bad Bishop jumps right in where Dead Draw ends and as such it needs to be read in order, also, please be aware this is a trilogy and you will need to wait until Spring ’23 for the next book.

I absolutely loved the dynamics between Levi and David and how Marsh fits into their family. And really, every single mention of how perfect Levi is for Marsh in comparison to every other man Marsh had been interested/infatuated with before, just tugged at my heartstrings. Their chemistry was as explosive as it was in the first installment, but now it had more depth as their feelings deepen.

There are a lot of cameos from new and familiar faces and an intricate web of secrets, suspense, and an evocative plot that will leave you reeling, especially after that soft cliffhanger that won’t be resolved until next year. Highly recommendable!

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn’t a requirement. ***


Meet Layla

Layla Reyne is the author of What We May Be and the Perfect Play, Fog City, and Agents Irish and Whiskey series. A Carolina Tar Heel who spent fifteen years in California, Layla enjoys weaving her bicoastal experiences into her stories, along with adrenaline-fueled suspense and heart pounding romance.

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