I've been wanting to read an Ethan Stone for a while and this book at .99ç was the right opportunity.
At thirty-four, all corrections officer Daniel "Kash" wants is one man to be true and love him and only him. Unfortunately, he's pretty good at picking the wrong guy-- men whose monogamy is ephemeral at best. And then there is a new prisoner at the prison, young, hot, scared Cody.
This is really 3.5 stars because the editing is so uneven. Parts of it read like a rough first draft, so amateurish, it's jarring in contrast to the rest. The crime elements are rushed and a little convoluted; again, decent editing could have taken care of that.