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I only ever loved one woman. I still love her, even though she left to get us breakfast one morning 10 years ago and disappeared. I searched for her for months, but she was just gone. Most days, it's all a distant memory of what could've been, but I do think of her whenever I wake up next to a strange woman and wish it was her.
Then I see her on the sunny Mexico City street one random afternoon, and it's like no time has passed at all. I still want to grab her and take her to my room, not let her dress for days. Just like it was back when we fell in love.
But she belongs to the cartel boss now. She's out of my reach. Technically. I'm a calm man, nothing much gets me going. But Ines, she wakes the fire inside me, makes my blood run hot and has done so since the day we met.
Now that I've finally found her, nothing and no one will keep me away from her ever again. Not even all of the Mexican cartel.
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- V from Kansas
🌻This series could have been sooo good!🌻
🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas 🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻
This book was a little bit better than the last book but, it still falls short of being really good. Although this book is longer than the last book, it still ends too abruptly, for my taste. It seems to be a common complaint, by me, but I so wish that we(listeners) could get to experience a little of the Hero and Heroine’s HEA, with them. Instead, as soon as the major conflict is overcome, the story ends, with the exception of a brief epilogue. I guess that’s one reason I’ve always liked Kristen Ashley’s style of writing, she actually allows you to “live” life, with her characters.
The narration by Stephanie Rose seems to become more comfortable, as this series progresses, and Aiden Snow’s performance is always yummy!
I will state that this book didn’t draw me in, as much, emotionally as Tank’s story did. I’m not 100% sure why that is true, but it is.
In conclusion, this book, like the rest of the series, fell a bit short of being good, in my opinion. It was ok and I did want to finish it, but it’s not a book I would encourage a friend to be a “must listen/read”.
- Royal Reign
This story was just long indrawn now in everything that could go wrong with wrong and the girl didn't understand why it was garbage I like the other stories in the series this one was a horrible store
Female narrator like robot trying out accent but not sure how Spanish accent should sound. Her male roles all similar and not convincing.
The series started off with a bang but lost the initial excitement. I feared this would be the case once Cross made such drastic changes to lifestyle of the club with rules for members that defied the definition of rule breaking freedom bikers represent. Sanctuary went from, albeit, an already upscale MC HQ to what sounds like a Gentleman's Club.
My interest began to wane with Tank's story but the summary for Rook peaked my curiosity. Alas, there was such a lack of character development even the bad guy seemed lackluster and more like a mustache twirling cartoon villian than an evil, demented sadist inspiring psychalogical and physical fear. The story of soul mated lovers being separated was not described with enough depth or intensity of feeling to make be believe either of them were connected enough to hold on to a love so strong that it would cause life changing devastation. Rook to become a desensitized killer and the heroine a game player able to survive ten years of torture with only the picture of Rook's face to save the real her. There was not enough information regarding either of them for me to feel angst.
No gritty MC activity. Bland reprisal of past members. Blah and meh.
Only Ice came across as bad ass, with bit of bad boy biker crazy, that needs true love to sooth the rough edges. Hope it happens for him but it's doubtful I'll waste a credit to find out.
- Laura J Hall
First of all Aiden Snow is one of my all time favorite narrators. So great job as usual Mr. Snow.
This story started out ok but after the first third of it I was skipping chapters.
The female was just being stupid. I can't handle stupid characters in a story.
So, yes I'm really disappointed that the story just flopped.