Hayden Graham attracts problems like a magnet. She's a complication I don't need. This time, the mess she's in has put her life in danger. What she needs is a hero to rescue her. But I'm no knight in shining armor. I'm a wounded animal - a Beast. She tastes like Heaven. She only adds to my Hell. She makes me want things that I can't have, things I'll never deserve.
Love isn't always pretty. Sometimes it's hard. Sometimes it's rough. And sometimes...it's f--king dirty.
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By L V Red on 16-02-18
***Best One By Far***Finally, New Narrators*****
What a difference a Narrator makes!!!! I hope they go back and re-record all the others!!
I loved this episode so much I had to get the print version to see what happens next.
This series is really good, (in print version). I have been following since the beginning,I am especially happy to hear Beasts story and I was not disappointed. This was a good thrill ride and second chance love.
Definitely worth a credit,if you are a "Biker Romance" lover!!
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By V from Kansas on 11-09-18
Emotional without excessive angst!
This has definitely been my favorite book in the series. The writing reached an intense emotional level but, unlike Beth and Skull’s story, it wasn’t full of angst. This relationship starts out rough, then a friendship develops and then more. Michael aka Beast, treats Hayden well, until the end of this book when he drinks too much and says things he shouldn’t say, in order to push her away and deliver more punishment to himself. This is when the angst comes in but, since is wasn’t drawn out for most of the book, as it was in B and S’s story; it adds to the power of the story instead of detracting from it. Unfortunately, Hayden still doesn’t have all the information she needs in order to truly understand Michael’s emotional agony . Of course, the book ends with a flipping Cliffhanger without the conflict being resolved. UGH! I hope that it doesn’t take til the end of the next book for there to be a resolution. As a reader, I wish romance authors would allow us to share more of the HEA with the Hero and Heroine.
-V from Kansas