"There's parts of her that were completely untouched until my dirty hands pulled her in, marking her in all the ways she needed."
Desperate to find a new mechanic, the last thing Reddington expects is a woman to show up, let alone one with a sinful body, sharp tongue, and the inability to just do her job and not give him lip. He can't deny he's hoping to catch a view of her bent over a hood, but there's not a chance in hell that's going to happen. As much as Red wants to take her for a test drive, he knows he needs to keep his priorities straight.
"Have you heard of Newton's third law of motion? Every action has an equal and opposite reaction? It all goes back to one saying. You're able to choose but you're never free from the consequences of your actions. There's no reset, there's no takeback, there's an action, and an outcome."
After fleeing from an abusive ex, Lennon hopes the garage bays of Walker Automotive will keep her dark secrets hidden from her past. What she doesn't expect is a sexy, brooding, tattooed boss with an attitude. Neither of them can ignore their attraction as they struggle to make sense of their connection. And what happens next will no doubt be unsteady.
"I'm not going to let him hurt you anymore, Lenny. I won't let him anywhere near you."
©2016 Shey Stahl (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
This book was okay. I felt that there were parts that were too drawn out. It could have ended sooner and the build up to her husband showing up could have been better.
Fairly strong storyline but hard to believe in strong blue collar alpha male when the female narrator's hero voice was more masculine, dominant, and sexy than the actual male narrator's very high pitched voice. Normally I love dual narrators and find a deep resonating or growling male voice adds depth and sex appeal to a story but in this case the female narrator could have carried off all the characters successfully. The dramatic difference from her male character voice in one chapter changing to POV of the high pitched, rather frazzled male narrator's voice in a following chapter made me cringe. Toward the end and I stopped enjoying story and fast forwarded much of it to the end.
The story line was good. The guy narration killed the overall feel of the book. He sounded too wimpy. Felt like he was reading a children's book or teaching- just weird
female narrator did a better job with the male voice
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