Published By: Callie Hart
Released : Available Now
Details: Kindle, 141 Pages
RATING: 5 ZETH, MICHAEL STARS!
Zeth Mayfair is pretty much the very last thing I need in my life. And yet with every breath I take he becomes more engrained in every aspect of it:
He has a key to my house.
He knows where I work.
He dumped his strange, mentally traumatized housemate on my doorstep and has driven off into the sunset in search of my missing sister.
I want to forget him. Want to change the locks and blot out his face, scourge his very name from my memory. The problem is that I also need him. I need him more than I need air to breath, and I can’t be without him now.
He owns me.
He torments me.
He’s fractured me.
BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:
I position myself right in front of him, so close he can see the defiance, the fuck you in my eyes. I’m doing this because I am almost hopelessly addicted to what this man does to me, but that doesn’t mean I have to be grateful for it. I lock eyes with him, refusing to look away as I yank my jeans down. I kick them away and shimmy out of my underwear, tossing the bundled items away like the action of me stripping for him means nothing. Like my heart isn’t thundering like a piston.
Zeth nods his head, appraising me. His half lowered eyelids give a heavy, sleepy look to his eyes that feels positively sinful. “You’re perfection, angry girl. No need to huff and puff. I’m gonna take care of you.”
I am addicted to this series, I feel it in my bones.
Sure this could be written as two or three books, but there is something about the way Callie teases us with the book sectioned off into serial/novella sized reads.
I am lucky I can read the whole lot without waiting, at my leisure.
I have to admit I am a little impatient to get to the end, but at the same time I am savouring what I am reading.
Callie doesn’t muck about with filler in story line and I appreciate that, it makes these short reads feel longer, full of exciting, sexy and dangerous story line.
I really felt the danger in this instalment and the frustration on Zeth’s behalf when Sloane decides to go find him.
I was all over that with agreeing with Zeth and the even more dangerous predicament Sloane had put them in.
You don’t fark with the Mexicans!
This is such a delicious series for me, it has all the components in it to make for a brilliant page turner.
Zeth still has his black duffle bag full of naughtiness and Sloane, the Resident Doc, needs to find her lost sister and Lacey is giving us more about her character.
This is a gritty, sexy = Zeth and also Michael, (I have a thing for Michael too) read.
Michael is such an Alpha character and he proves his strength even more in this instalment.
Sloane and Zeth are so good together. He wants her, but he needs to do what he needs to do, he also knows what he doesn’t want her to do.
He drops his hands to his sides, turning around slowly. His face is a mask of conflicted anger.
“Never do that again,” he says. He shakes his head, looking at me like I’ve lost my mind. “Don’t ever fucking kiss me again.”
Sloane always manages to get caught up in whatever is going down and Charlie has turned into a distrusting boss, quite the bastard. In this line of business, nobody is ever truly trustworthy.
This does not sit well with Zeth.
I personally don’t blame him.
I look forward to reading Burn and continuing with the danger, the black duffle bag's contents and the smexy.