Genre: M/F, Adult, Motorcycle Club Romance
Empathy is an emotion that has always evaded Cam Farrell, president of the Moroad Motorcycle Club and prisoner #18794. He’s gambled with his life to finish the gun chain running across the states, get the majority of his MC brothers working inside the prison system, and place the smoke screen in Federal, Idaho. He only needs one more thing—Christina. What he wants, he takes, and freedom doesn’t mean a damn thing.
He rolled back over to the edge of the bed, grabbed the pistol, and slid it back under her pillow. She pulled her head up.
“What are you doing?” she asked, unable to hold in the shriek of fear.
His mouth softened, guiding her head back to the pillow. “I’m going to kiss you and when I’m done doing that, I’m going to touch you, and when you’re ready, I’m going to fuck you. At any time you get scared and want me to stop, you’ve got the pistol and can shoot me.”
“Cam…” Her mouth opened to protest, but no words came out.
“Shoot me, baby,” he whispered as his lips came down and captured hers.
Shocked, the overwhelming sensation of suffocating kept her from fighting him off. She held her breath, going through what he’d told her.
She could shoot him.
She would shoot him.
My Review: 4.5/5 Stars
Cam Farrell will do anything for his family and club. If you do something that will put them in harms way, oh sweet merciful baby Jesus, you better run, because he is coming for that ass. The President of the Monroad MC, Cam can have any woman he wants and he wants Christina. He will stop at nothing and I do mean nothing to get her and keep her safe.
Christina Nickelson is a good person. She sees everything as right and wrong. So when Cam kidnaps, she knows it is most definitely wrong, but after sometime she begins to build a life with him until it is all taken away from.
I loved this book. I loved how real it felt and I was just in awe. Though Cam was the bad guy and hero, you felt where he was coming from and he was up front with Christina from the start, except about one thing. I liked Christina, but what I didn’t like was her flip flopping back and forth with her feelings. Cam gave her so many chances to leave and she didn’t take them. After that I wanted to tell her to shut up with her indecision and live her damn life. You had the chance to go and you didn’t take it.
Now don’t get me wrong I liked that she was loyal to Cam once she stopped fighting herself and that ending, oh man, I knew Mrs. Kayn was going to leave me hanging. Spring can not get here soon enough. Does anybody know if the ground hog seen his shadow?