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    Once again Andrew Grey delivers with his Carlilse boys, I sure wish every city had cops and deputies such as the boys in blue in Grey's Carlisle. Some might call Fire and Obsidian an opposites attract trope and they wouldn't be wrong I guess but I don't know as I would label it so. Sure cop and ex-thief is about as opposite as you can get occupation-wise but throw out their profession(or former profession in Mattias' case) and the two of them really aren't all that different. I found them to be quite perfectly suited for each other but for lack of a better label, opposites attract will do. As for James and Mattias themselves, they each have their faults and fortes and watching the two navigate their way around is really quite fun. Okay, there is plenty of times I just wanted to whack their heads together but there were just as many times I wanted to wrap them in huge mama-bear hugs. For me the fun part came from the journey Andrew Grey took us on while meshing the stubbornness and openness(more stubborn than open probably😉) with the mystery element to get the boys from point A to point Z. Lets talk the mystery, okay you know I won't touch on that but I loved the idea of an ex-thief running a consultation service to aid the police. Not only is Mattias a thief(former) with a heart whose conscience got the better of him one night but he's now using the knowledge and experience he gathered in his former profession for good. It certainly understandable why James finds it hard to trust him, especially as we learn more about James' past, but Mattias doesn't give up or let James' distrust get him down. I loved how the author didn't let that distrust overshadow the case, James is determined to catch the criminal even if that means working with Mattias. So once again Andrew Grey has created another great blend of romance and mystery with characters you love to love and love to hate(I won't go into the who in the hating department because that's part of the mystery). James and Mattias may not be my favorite pairing in Carlisle Deputies but I think they make a close second behind Jordan and Pierre in Fire and Flint(book 1), there's just something about their opposites-on-the-surface-but-not-underneath-attract push and pull that makes them stand out and made me cheer for them from page one. One last thing: if you are wondering about the reading order, each entry really is a standalone but there's a few cameos/mentions that flowed better for me having read the first three but you won't be lost by any means if you start here. Whatever order you read it and whatever trope you label it, I highly recommend reading Fire and Obsidian, the whole Carlisle Deputies series really, as well as Carlisle Cops from which Deputies is kind of a spin-off from. Plain and simple, the blending of mystery, romance, friendship, and heat will warm your heart and put a smile on your face.

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