Author: Sharon Cullars
Publisher: self published
Sub-Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 129 pages
Heat Rating: Erotic
Rating: 4.5 Cups
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Nailah Madsen is at a crossroad in her life. Having quit a lucrative banking job, she is looking for a better opportunity when fate throws a kink in her plan. Disappointed by a setback, she is not in the mood when a gang of bikers called the Demons roll through the streets where she is walking. One of the bikes nearly clips her and she responds with a foolhardy gesture that puts her in their sights. Unfortunately for her, the Demons do take prisoners and she finds herself snatched off the streets by one of the gang members.
Eric McIntyre aka Dele Larson, is new to the Demons. Unknown to the gang, he is an undercover cop looking to get info on some bodies discovered in the Mojave Desert. The police suspect that the gang is responsible for the murders as well as other criminal enterprises. When Dele is forced by the gang leader to take the attractive woman prisoner, he has to play his hand deftly. But how can he keep her safe without blowing his cover? And how can he keep his growing feelings for her in check?
Snatched is a nonstop thrill ride from the moment Nailah beans the biker in the head with a barbecued rib. She pisses off the wrong people. The biker grabs her in broad daylight. A terrifying ordeal has just begun. Dele can't believe the woman hit him with a rib. He would ignore it but the leader of the Demons won't. With no time or options, he takes the woman. He just hopes she's strong enough to face what's coming. Although Dele(Eric) is actually an undercover cop, he's in deep cover and has no way out. Nailah will have to trust him without knowing the truth. Dele will try to keep her safe but both their lives will be forfeit if he doesn't play his part and, maybe, even if he does.
This was one of the most exciting books I've read in some time. The characters are fascinating. The biker atmosphere felt disgustingly real. It was very creepy at times. An overlying thread of tension permeates the entire story. The action grabs you from the start and continues until the explosive ending. I was concerned that the physical relationship between Dele and Nailah would feel fake and forced, but it doesn't. The author gives us something moving and believable. Great plot, nice writing and very engaging characters make this story a winner. I read it one sitting, I just had to know how it ended. Highly recommended!
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