State trooper Brandt’s new assignment to infiltrate a sex-cam operation puts him in a very uncomfortable position, especially since he’ll have to perform naked on camera for his audition. Fortunately, his partner and best friend, Donnelly, has his back—whether that means helping Brandt shop gay boutiques for sexy underwear or offering Jäger and encouragement while he researches porn. Despite his mortification, Brandt gives the audition his best “shot”—and becomes an overnight sensation. But to meet the man behind the operation, he'll have to give a repeat performance, this time live on webcam opposite the highest bidder. Donnelly makes sure to win that auction for his partner’s sake, but their plan has a flaw: faking it is not an option. Suddenly everything the two men thought they knew about themselves and each other gets turned inside out. Meanwhile, they still have a case to solve… but it may not be the case they thought it was.
Source: Dreamspinner Press
Based on the novel Frat House Troopers by Xavier Mayne
Two heterosexist policemen blabbering on bout how they're turned off by gay men in videos until one of them is required to go undercover by filming webcam gay stuffs and through watching these homemade gay vids secretly the other non-undercover dude realised, straight or not, he has the hots for his undercover friend coz undercover friend looks nakedly hawt in these vids. -Story of two straight policemen in love
[NO SPOILERS!] I really like the concept and the art, and it was good for the most part, but it ended up being too barren of an operation and the relationship between the MCs could have been more developed, among other things. But I still think this is worth reading, it's such a fun story and keeps you engaged!
The plot was intriguing, and I'm looking forward to seeing how the investigations progress over the course of the story. Also, I think that the idea of undercover policeman is pretty cool. However, as I read, the plot began to lose its charm, and I found myself puzzled at various instances. I felt as if there was a lack of passion in Donnelly and Brandt's relationship, possibly due to their characters' inconsistency and inability to express their feelings, so their confession scene seemed like empty phrases. Also, I had no idea it was based on a novel until then. Since I haven't read the novel because I don't have much spare time, I can't tell if the manhwa version did a great job of executing the story from the novel.
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