HIDDEN HEAT (BROTHERS OF MAYHEM #1)

HIDDEN HEAT                                        CARLA SWAFFORD

Sizzling with passion and suspense, perfect for fans of Joanna Wylde and Julie Ann Walker, the Brothers of Mayhem series revs up as a headstrong beauty faces off against an outlaw motorcycle club—and falls for the bad boy she never saw coming.

Cassidy Ryder refuses to be intimidated by anyone, even the hell-raising, hard-drinking Brothers of Mayhem. The daughter of their former president, she's not above smashing a few heads to keep her teenage brother safe. But when Cassidy's big mouth gets her in trouble, the only thing that saves her is some quick thinking from the Brothers' bartender. He's commanding and strong, and as smooth as the whiskey he pours: the ultimate temptation for a girl who swore she'd never be a biker's plaything.

But Thorn Savalas is no ordinary biker. He's a cop, and he's worked too hard earning the Brothers' trust to blow his cover over a female—even one who rocks a pair of jeans like Cassidy. The only way to protect her is by claiming she's his old lady. Trouble is, Thorn can't just pretend. He wants Cassidy, and every scorching touch tells him she feels the same. But acting on their hottest fantasies could leave them both exposed . . . even if nothing else has ever felt so real.
 

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
Cassidy Ryder does not take crap from anyone that includes the men from her father motorcycle club Brothers of Mayhem. With her father in prison for killing her mother. Now she is trying to save her brother from joining the club, but she is getting nowhere. She is doing a good job at destroying the bar and new president is tired of it. A new guy named Thorn ends up pulling her out and they become a couple because if not he feels she will get killed after much uglier things are done to her first. As he is trying to protect her she is falling for the guy, he is noticing how strong she is and is starting to become more attracted to her. She feels that there is something off with Thorn. He does not treat her like men should treat women from the club, like dirt. The more you get into the story you see how they are drawn to each other and the more he finds out about her life the more he is falling in love with her. When you get towards the end of the book that is when everything starts to close up. The story lines that is. This is a good book with some twist at the end that make for a good story. I got this book from netgalley. I gave this book 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com 

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