The writer drew me in to the story instantly claiming a gang member to the bar of his choice drinkin’ and admiring the blonde-headed bartender. Completely predictable setup until Mia’s life (the bartender) is threatened by way of a rival gang. Denying having any feelings f¨®r bad boy, Leo her objections are correct until he could be needed by her near protect her. What lengths will lead them into each other’s arms?
Believable writing with allot of imagination character building and fitting enough activity and scenes right into a short length book. I’m a stickler for drug b¨¢d boy romances even though there wasn’t reference to any drugs, enough crime and law-unabiding things happened to go the story in a relatable way forward. Sabrina has experience writing interesting plots and protects her characters to be original rather than flat in dialogue or action.
Casual encounter meets danger and fear. Epic notation of the writer’s sharp skills for plot twisting. Challenged by the problem of skinheads attacking the bar – a accepted office was unthinkable! Mia eventually ends up risking her life then, minutes from demise once the firemen swoop in a save her. Leo regarded as a smug thug actually is a cautionary tale in this w¨®man’s life. Do cautionary tales become something real Read More Here