His hard body is pressed against my back, and I can't look away from our reflection in the mirror. One of his hands leaves my breast and vanishes, unseen but not unfelt.
I never thought I'd bury my brother.
Brian Hatcher has a lot of nerve, I thought I'd never see his face again. He left the police force to join the Iron Tornadoes, the very gang my brother was investigating.
I hate him.
I should hate him.
I want to hate him.
He has turned his back on everything he used to stand for. Yet I want him, even though he's turned into a stone cold biker.
©2014 Olivia Rigal / Lady O Publishing (P)2016 Olivia Rigal
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A quick read. There's a cliffhanger. I hate this current publishing trend of dissecting a story into parts.
Not sure I'll buy book two and that the story is full enough for me. Maybe the connection between the two needs to be built up more? It's more like an outline of a book the actual book. Why is she so hot for the H? Even though he treats her like shit most the time? Maybe we need more flashbacks to recreate what was there? And why is the other guy so enamored with her? The story just needs more for me. Too many why's for me.
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