Power & Choice book 2 in the Iris Boys by Lucy Smoke. The Iris Boys black team has moved into Knix’s house and Harlow has her own special made room complete with an ensuite bathroom, saving her from having to share with Bell, Marv, and Texas. Marv takes Harlow to meet his mother where they learn that girls from the upper echelon of society after having attended an etiquette school run in upstate New York. Marv starts to take what happens to the girls personal after talking to some of the parents. He wants to take on the case, but Alex, their team go between, doesn’t think that their is even a case there.
Harlow spends an evening out with Erika where she starts drinking even being underage. At the club she runs into Grayson who tries to get involved in her life again. But also saves a girl that she learns attended the etiquette school and finds out what was actually happening to the young girls. Harlow knows that the guys won’t be happy knowing that Grayson keeps seeking her out, especially Marv, but they all refuse to even tell her that
Alex agrees to the mission finally and Harlow requests to go undercover at the etiquette school in order to find out what is actually going on and who is to blame.
I really enjoy Lucy Smoke. The writing is well done. This is told completely from Harlow’s point of view. Each of the guys are great again, and getting to know more about them and their pasts comes into play here. Just not everything yet, looking at Marv. The introduction of the new characters (hope to hear about some of them in the next book) were great additions to the story and as always I look forward to more in their series. Harlow gets to prove that she is worthy of being an Iris agent even with all the issues that keep coming up. This is a slow burn reverse harem, and the pace fits this story.