- File Size: 1466 KB
- Print Length: 497 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (November 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077CV59CM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,230 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It was not bad. It has somewhat dangerous situation, that was solved quickly. There was a light dom/sub play. Though I was a bit confused how they, H and h, knew about each others love for it. They gone there like it was not the first time for them. It made me a bit confused. Later I understood Jonathan's knowledge, but not Claire's.
I liked Jonathan. It may be a short story, but I still could see he has a good grip on balance between good and bad, being him in a gang.
I liked Claire's no filter between her brain and mouth. I always love this about h. And I guess her loving the dangerous living it's what made her perfect for Jonathan.
GENTLEMAN JACKSON BY NICOLA M. CAMERON
This couple had interesting start. You know, him being a hitman, her being at the wrong place, wrong time.
At the beginning I wasn't sure about Ria, but she showed that she made of steel. And she isn't a damsel in distress. Ria was interesting. She even impressed me more then Jackson. And he was the hitman. They were perfect for each other.
HUNGRY EYES BY GWENDOLYN CASEY
It's a cliché, but I love it. Bad boy caught by good girl. Or is it other way around? Xander is a member of MC, and he's restless and in a need of change. That's when he meets Colette. She's from a small town that is very religious. Colette follows the rules, but not because she's stick in the mud prude, which was how her friend made her to break a rule this time and leave town for a night and have some fun. Which ends with consequence for Letty. On the other side it pushed her to have a one night with Xander, that she so much wanted but stopped herself to have before.
And Xander needs to make a decision. Does he follow his plans to change his restlessness? Or he found something better to live for?
GIVEN TO A KILLER BY SAM CRESCENT
The storyline would be great if not for Patience. I'm never liked h like that. She was one of those characters, that feels obliged to help people/family that doesn't even is respectful to her, even less to feel grateful. I really feel annoyed by these h. They always make me to wish to bang my head on the wall. And then Patience did even worse. She was ready to sacrifice herself to protect her parents. Just kill me now. Or better yet, she should have said 'You can kill them.' instead of agreeing to help those SOB's of her parents. Why the heck Patience did that?! I mean, it takes more to be a parent then planting a seed and pushing a baby out of a vagina. She should realize that. And what's makes it all even more worse for me, yes, it can always be worse, is that Patience wasn't even angry at her parents for putting her in this situation. Of course I can't deny that it came as the best thing to her, with Cade coming into her life. And I guess because of Patience being like this, unable to stand up for herself, to love herself, to be a bit selfish for herself, she needed Cade. That man wouldn't let anyone to take advantage of her. Even though I couldn't understand what he saw in her. But maybe being in dark world, he needed something sweet and innocent.