He Never Misses a Target
"the Snake" Sommers earned his SEAL codename by striking quickly and
quietly - and with lethal force. That's how he broke Michelle Carter's
heart. It was the only way to keep her safe - from himself. Four long
years later, Jake is determined to get a second chance. But to steal
back into Michelle's loving arms, Jake is going to have to prove he can
take things slow. Real slow...
She Aims to Make Him Beg
Carter has never forgiven Jake for being so cliché as to "love her and
leave her." But when her brother, head of the Black Knights elite ops
agency, ticks off the wrong mobster, she must do the unimaginable: place
her life in Jake's hands. No matter what they call him, this man is
far from cold-blooded. And once he's wrapped around her heart, he'll
never let her go...
I really want my own Black Knight! This series just keeps getting
better and better. In this book we meet Jake, who broke the heart of
Shell. Four years later he rides in on his motorcycle intent on winning
back Shell no matter what. Shell is having a hard time being around
Jake and while she still loves him she's scared that he'll break her
heart all over again. She's also trying to keep her son safe from a
mobster that has sworn vengeance against the Black Knights and their
families. And of course the best person to protect Shell and little
Franklin is Jake, but can she handle being around Jake 24/7? The
tension between the two was hot enough to set my ereader on fire! I was
cheering Jake on from the start and found myself wanting to smack Shell
a few times because you could see how hard he was trying and how hard
she was denying what she felt. I loved these two together and after
everything they went through they definitely deserved a happy ending.
book was full of second chance romance, lots of action and one cute
little boy who steals everybody's heart. I really hope there will be
more books in this series because each character we meet keep getting
more interesting. The secondary storyline was with Rock and Vanessa and
I'm really hoping we won't have long to wait to read their story.