Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Title: Barely Undercover
Series: Legal Heat #2
Author: Sarah Castille

With passion at full throttle, there's no turning back.

Legal Heat Series, Book 2 (Standalone Single Title)

When private investigator Lana Parker follows a dangerous biker into an underground sex club, James Hunter is the last man she expects to see. But there he is, all dark looks and chiseled charms, ready to break her heart all over again. 

Danger is the name of the game for an undercover cop. And the last thing James wants is for the fiery beauty to come anywhere near the notorious biker gang he's trying to take down. Yet Lana has no intention of giving up her case, which means he'll have to keep her close to keep her safe. A risky proposition--especially when their blazing sexual chemistry reignites an unforgettable passion. 

But when a dark terror emerges from the past, Lana goes on the run...and James gives up everything to save her. Backed into a corner, Lana must face her fears, including the one thing that frightens her most...her overwhelming feelings for the man whose searing glance sparks her most hidden desires, the man she should not trust, but cannot resist. 

Warning: The book contains violence, explicit sex, light BDSM, heavy swearing, motorcycle sexytimes, bad-ass biker naughtytimes, and an exceptionally hot hero who will get down and dirty anywhere but under the covers.

Barely Undercover begins when Lana takes on a case that leads her to start following a biker around, and into a sex club. She never expected to run into the one man who broke her heart years ago. Now, James, the "Heartless Bastard", can't seem to stay away from her for her protection, and because he misses her. But with the past coming back to haunt Lana in more ways then one, these two have a whole lot going on and a relationship of any kind may not be possible, but it also may not be an option not too... 

This book was pretty interesting. It wasn't super good, but not bad either. It was a nice easy read to pass the time with. But I couldn't ever feel really connected to the characters. I also felt a little bit frustrated with the hero a lot as well, but other then that it was all very likable. 
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