Crossover Spy II
by Buck Roberts
Paperback: 226 pages
Crossover Spy II is an extension of the story begun in the first book, Crossover
Spy, opening with a prison break in the remote reaches of Russia. Cliff
Bradshaw, an American operative with Homeland Security and a former SEAL, is
dispatched yet again to crush a weapons trafficking ring operating out of
Moscow, thought to have been neutralized and headed by his nemesis, a Russian
Mafia kingpin. Cliff’s training for his job required him to pass as a gay man, a
lifestyle that had been unfamiliar to him.
Transformed into a
functioning gay man, Cliff uses his new found sexuality and sexual favors to
gain favor with the enemy, many of whom are gay, and neutralize the threat posed
by the international weapons trafficking network. Cliff is put through his paces
submitting to the carnal desires of any man who will help him reach his goal in
accomplishing his assignment.
The action moves from Moscow to
Washington to the British Virgin Islands with stops in between. The book is
something of a spoof of the familiar British MI-5 operatives whose sexploits
revolved around bedding all too available women. Cliff is more unrestrained in
having his way with as many men as required for him to validate his mission.
Crossover Spy II provides interest with an involving story laced with many
intense sexual encounters. Also, there are some pairings off of formerly
sexually active studs who settle into relationships. Fans of mystery novels are
likely to find a lot to like in this book.