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Stone Croswell: 26 years old, Knights Corrpution VP, he is a hot-head that has a hard time keeping her rage in check especially when is come to what is his.
Adelaide Reins: RN, and niece of Trigger, she is strong willed and believes in herself.
For over a year Stone and Addy had been together but Addy has had enough of Stone's rage and decides it best to end their relationship. But, when life throws some unseen curve balls her way the only person she can turn to is Stone.
I absolutely love Stone and Addy together, they balance each other out and I love how fiercely they love each other.
Can't wait for the next installment of Knight's Corruption.
I heard about this story because it was recommended on a reading
thread about heroes that are jealous, possessive and crazy in love with their heroines
and Stone certainly, in spades. However I would not have read it if I did not also
read in a review that Stone was faithful to the heroine. After meeting her, he did not have
smex with OW nor even want to. Love that. I always hesitate to read motorcycle
romances because, in my experience, the heroes tend to have smex with OW even
after meeting the heroines. Under the heading of smex I include oral pleasure.
There seems to be always club house hoes willing to provide them sexual pleasure
whenever they want it. Thankfully that was not the case in this book.
The story had twists that surprised me and most of them were not good. However,
I could handle them. The smex scenes were hot but would have preferred to
be with the characters since the beginning of the relationship. While the story
starts with the heroine agreeing to date Stone, it then skips to when they have
been a couple for a year. I would have liked to read about the build up of
While the ending will be seen as a HFN by most readers, I did not like it.
It left one thing up in the air and it was too important IMO
to have no resolution.
OTT: I wanted to read the two other books in the series, Marek, book I
and Jagger. It saddened me when I discovered that Marek
had smex with OW after meeting the heroine and having
feelings for her, which is never ok with me. I had liked Marek
in this book but would not be able to get past it.
The jury is still out as to if I will read Jagger. I need information
regarding if Jagger has smex with OW after meeting the heroine.
The closest thing to an answer I have been able to find is a review
that states that Jagger made a mistake that hurt his relationship
with the heroine.
In book one: Marek, we got to see Stone's possessiveness of Addy, but no explanation for it. Well now we do.
For over a year, Stone and Addy were seeing each other... but no one knew. Stone's anger and frustration grew at her unwillingness to make what they had public. Addy's frustration grew at Stone's inability to control his temper and his pushing her to be officially his when she could see no future for them, especially once her Uncle Trigger (Stone's MC brother) found out.
When Stone can't control his temper one night.. again, Addy makes a decision that causes both of them heartbreak. She struggles with her decision, and is determined to keep her distance from him, but when some life and death discoveries are made, the only person she can turn to is Stone.
OK, yes I know that sounds very blurby, lol, but I feel that was the best way to say what I wanted without spoilers. I loved Addy, I thought she was a great character and Stone was much more likeable than I found Marek in his book; the chemistry between the pair was spot on. Speaking of Marek, a couple of things that I felt didn't get resolved in his book, were addressed in this one.
I really enjoyed this and will definitely be keeping up with this series. I give Stone 5 stars.
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and men do not bump shoulders..especially men like this.