Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Review: Hidden Heat

Hidden Heat Hidden Heat by Carla Swafford
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received this free eARC novel from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

Bad boys and motorcycles are a weakness of mine when it comes to descriptions of novels, so when I saw this book, I snatched it right up. For the most part I enjoyed it. Cassidy is a contradiction the whole novel, going from hot and sassy, trying to find out where her brother is and marching into a bar with a baseball bat taking names, to a docile, meek, timid woman who follows orders without complaint. Throws the reader for a ride of whiplash to be honest.

The relationship between Cassidy and Thorne is from zero to sixty in the same page. Seriously, it was like, "I can't do that when I'm on the job", to "oh hell I can't stop myself".

I think fans who enjoy novels about motorcycle clubs and undercover work will enjoy this, but I don't think it's the best one out there. Things could have been changed to make it better and I just felt like the author randomly remembered something and added it to the story without any lead.

However, I did like the story and I loved the ending. This will be a good novel to read and it's a very fast read. Looks like it is part of a series but it might be Cassidy's brother's story next? That would be interesting to read and figure out why Storm is the way he is.

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