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Tank: I always had a thing for redheads, but between their wildness and fiery temper, I kept getting burned. Now that I'm VP of my motorcycle club, my wild and crazy days are over. But I lost none of my taste for redheads. So when Kim, the first redhead I've ever known who can keep her fire hidden behind a cool though slightly uptight exterior, appears in my life, the only sensible thing to do is go after her. Catch her, tame her, and maybe even keep her. She's not resisting, either. She wants to be caught.
There's only one problem. I'm an outlaw biker, a killer wanted in five states, and she's the sheriff's daughter. They say love conquers all, but this might be the exception that proves the rule.
Kim: I've always been the good girl. From taking care of my mother and my brother with Down syndrome after my dad died, to becoming an internationally renowned investigative journalist by the age of 32. Now, I'm burned out and living at home again, taking care of my frail mother while my stepdad campaigns for county sheriff. I deserve a break, and I deserve to have some fun, not that I've ever let myself enjoy much of either.
When Tank, a bad boy every girl dreams about having at least once, starts chasing me, I decide to do something for myself for a change. What I didn't expect was to fall for him quite so hard. Nor was I ready for the secrets he keeps and how they could destroy my whole family, the one thing I've spent my whole life preventing.
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While the story was good, listening to the female narrator was pure torture. Wanted to throw in the towel numerous times... I hope she isn’t doing remaining titles in series.
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- V from Kansas
🌻Ended too abruptly!🌻
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This book seemed to progress with a pretty natural pace then, it just ended. Therefore, what could have been a good book, ended up being an Ok book. It’s too short to be credit worthy, in my consumer opinion, but maybe a fair sale price purchase. ( I’m really considering e-mailing the author and suggesting her characters be educated about the necessity of safe sex, in the modern world)