Lust and Other Drugs by TJ Nichols

Lust and Other Drugs by TJ Nichols
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Full Length (171 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex, Masturbation, Voyeurism
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Dryas

Police officer Jordan and dragon shifter Edra might have to work together, but they don’t trust each other—even if sparks do fly between them.

If anyone finds out Jordan’s a mytho sympathizer, it could kill his career. No one can know that he frequents the satyr dens and uses the drug Bliss. A dead satyr might not get much attention, but two dead humans who appeared to overdose on Bliss? That shouldn’t even be possible.

And it might not be an accident.
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Edra, Mythological Services Liaison, has been covering up mytho crimes to protect the community’s reputation. With a mayoral election looming, the last thing his people need is a scandal.

To get a murderer off the streets, Jordan and Edra will be spending a lot of time together, and it won’t be easy to keep up with their deceptions… or to keep resisting each other.

The world is a mess and it’s up to a dragon shifter and a cop to sort it all out. Throw in problems with drugs and you’ve got the makings of a great story.

The characters are well developed and I enjoyed how they interacted. Jordan has two different sides– the cop side and the the side that wants a relationship. He also enjoys dressing up in lingerie during his off hours. Edra is fighting the connection, not because Jordan is human but because he wants an actual relationship. It was a ton of fun watching them banter back and forth and try not to fall into each other’s arms. It’s fun to see how the dragon culture is different from human’s. For example, in dragon culture, kissing on the lips is much more intimate. Dragons use a kiss to see if they will be able to become mates. I enjoyed the world-building because the author seamlessly added in the mythical creatures.

This world view shows how bad discrimination can be–anyone that is different is considered dangerous and animals. The cops don’t investigate vandalism, stealing, and even a murder of a satyr. I loved how Jordan does everything he can to earn the trust of the Mythos creatures even though it could kill his career. He starts to see how horrible it is to live as a Mytho. He allows himself to become friends with Edra and the group of satyrs. He has to be careful how he approaches the crimes as the police would get suspicious that he is a mythos supporter. Edra, a lesser dragon, is a knight, a position that is a lot like the police. He kept the peace between the different creatures, enforcing the laws. This allows Edra to trust Jordan faster. He wants to be Jordan’s mate, so he is unable to give into his lust. I also loved how much support Edra gets from all the creatures along with the slow trust Jordan is earning. I enjoy how Jordan and Edra’s relationship slowly developed instead of jumping into bed right away.

There is one thing that I wish could have been changed, but I also know why it was done. The ending was very abrupt, drawing you into wanting to read the next in series.

Hot dragon shifters and hot police officers make for a wonderful read. I would suggest this book to anyone that loves dragons and hot men.

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