I know his type. Stuck up. Arrogant. The kind of guy who hasn't had to work for a damn thing his entire life. Even his name, Henry Caldwell III, reeks of privilege.
And me? Well, let's just say I come with more baggage than a 747 and enough bullshit to fuel it.
The problem is I want him. Crave him. It's the kind of pure, all-consuming, panty-soaking lust that can make a girl forget why she swore off men to begin with.
He thinks I need saving. But this isn't a Cinderella story, and he's no Prince Charming. At least not mine. I learned long ago that trusting any man with my heart isn't just dangerous - it can be deadly.
Emotionally crippled, smart-mouthed, and sexy as sin, the woman is nothing I need and everything I want.
Despite her hard edges, tattoos, and reckless spirit, I know she craves more. More from life, more from love, more from me.
She thinks I'm just a trust fund brat and maybe she's right. But I've got secrets of my own. I know what darkness is. I've lived it - faced the pit of hell and barely survived.
The question is, am I strong enough to face it again? Because if I'm ever going to break through the steel wall she's placed around her heart, it'll mean facing demons we both thought were long dead and buried.
Melting Steel is a full length, standalone romance with a HEA. Book contains mature themes, steamy sexual scenes, and graphic language.
©2016 C.M. Seabrook (P)2017 C.M. Seabrook
Oh to have a knight to keep me safe. I would love to bottle up Henry and share him with all my lady friends. Kellie has endured much and still finds her knight. Loved the storyline with all the emotions and suspenseful.
The only thing keeping me from giving 5 stars was the narrator not doing the male voices very well. Still it's worth the listen.
It's one I will enjoy listening to again. The narrator really brings the story to life.
I loved when they met as children and Henry gave her his sword to use for protection.
No. She was new to me. I am interested in listening to other books she narrates.
I have no idea. It would make a good movie.
The story is interesting and pulled me into the characters until I became lost in the story. The narrator enhanced the story. It is a romatic story of two who meet as children. One privileged, one definitely not. As adults, they find each other again. There are definitely some challenges, some not so happy moments, and some hot hot erotic times as they find their HEA. This book is well worth a credit even though I was gifted with a copy by the author. I freely provided my honest opinion of this very interesting story. It's one I will definitely enjoy re-listening to again and again.
The narrator brings the story to life. Melting Steel was suspenseful, angst and steamy.
I loved Keeley and Henry they were perfect together, and their chemistry was so hot!
Every girl dreams of her white knight coming in and saving the day!
this book was one of my favorites and I super enjoyed listening to it. Keeley is such a strong person and has been through a lot and I'm so glad Henry found her and takes care of her. they are perfect together
Yes I loved the story is had just the right amount of twists and turns to make it a great story. I personally did not care as much for the narrator. She is good but I would have perfered a male narrator for Henry's parts.
I loved Henry he was just so sure of himself and what he wanted and how he was going to get it. There was nothing that was going to get in his way.
I think if they would have added a male for Henry this audio would have but so much better than it already was.
No it wasn't.
I love love love this book.
Keeley had a traumatic childhood.
Henry had a privileged childhood.
They first meet when Keeley was 6 and Henry was 8. Even then he wanted to be her knight.
They meet 20 years later. Neither are aware of who the other is.
When Henry realizes who she is he wants to be her knight again.
I liked the audible. The reason it got 4 stars instead of 5 was because the story was dual POV but there was only one female narrator.
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