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I’m not safe. I haven’t been safe for a while now.
I ran to Zeth for protection, but Zeth is in danger himself. With Julio on one side, and the leader of the Widow Makers MC on the other, the smartest thing to do would be to run. I’ve been running long enough, though.This is the closest I’ve come to finding my sister in two years.I can’t back down now.
My right hand man’s being tortured in the basement. The guy who tried to buy Sloane’s virginity is burning rubber in our direction.My psychotic boss is on a mission to find me, and the girl I’m supposed to be keeping safe has landed herself right in the middle of all of this.Just another breezy weekend in the Californian desert.
What could possibly go wrong in the next 48 hours?
This was a good installment. The relationship takes a daring step forward in book 3. Zeth and Sloane finally start to admit to themselves and the other they mean something. The other major part of the plot also takes a step forward, but we may have ended up with more questions than answers!
The romance is definitely hot, but honestly, if my life were on the line I wouldn’t be having that kind of savage sex. It was over the top and didn’t really ring true for me. However, I liked Zeth’s softer side which finally made an appearance and it was sooo good. And it didn’t take away from his masculinity at all. In fact his protectiveness over Sloane was so sweet and swoonworthy. I admired Sloane’s smarts – not just as a doctor but as a mature adult trying to make the best choices she could. She complemented Zeth so well.
As I mentioned earlier the plot also moved ahead for the most part. Some of the things felt like moving in circles and I didn’t totally buy it all, or maybe it was that I couldn’t always draw a line from point A to B. I feel like a good beta read could have made things feel less jilted. From the women at Julio’s having freedom or not, to Sophie being 2 places at once, there were some inconsistencies. None of this made me put the book down though, those things felt like hiccups. I’ve read Ms. Hart’s more recent work and found that both the story and the writing have come a long way (I love her writing and story telling!!).
There was a great plot twist at the end, and I’m very curious to see it play out. I’m also dying for Zeth and Sloane to really stop their dancing around each other and totally open up.
Rec it? Yes. The story moved ahead and I’m definitely vested. Onto the next one!
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