Being kidnapped by bikers is a harrowing experience, but for some reason Laurie doesn't feel as terrified as she should. The leader's steely eyes soften when he looks at her, and the others in his gang clearly know she's hands off. But does that include Steele's hands? Her brain resists him, but her body insists she wants those big hands all over her. Steele doesn't know how he wound up in this mess - with a kidnapped woman on his hands and the police hot on their trail.
Now he and Laurie are in hiding at an isolated cabin, and Steele has to figure out how to extricate himself...and steer clear of his accidental captive, whose tight, slinky clubbing attire is making him think all kinds of dangerous thoughts....
©2015 Opal Carew (P)2015 Macmillan Audio
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While I believe Opal Carew is an incredibly talented writer, I didn't find enough actual story in Riding Steele to be interesting. None of the characters were developed to the point where I cared what happened to them.
Laurie (maybe early 20s) was rescued from her abusive boyfriend by Steele, a biker who travels with a group of close friends. The bikers were protective of Laurie, but expected her to have unprotected sex with each of them.
The bikers were portrayed as great guys, who just happen to never hold a job or believe in monogamy or safe sex. I kept wondering how they could afford gas, food or bike maintenance. Men who don't work or bathe regularly are not sexy or romantic to me.
Hot Hot Hot, Sex is amazing in this story. You will love this story from beginning to end. Did I mention it was HOT!
I love to read but I also love to listen to unabridged books.
What a ride!!! Great book loved the caracters. Hope there are more in the riding series.
Opal Carew is great love her books she writes perfect scenes love her menage.
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