Destiny Blaine ~ 4 and 5 Star Reviews
Heroes and Rogues
Dark Hollows Press
**The Heroes and Rogues titles Sassy Road, Victory Rising, and Summer Rain are sold individually**Sassy Road has gone under extensive physical and mental preparation to confront her abusive stepfather, Damsel Road, who is now the leader of a dangerous biker gang. Entering the Heroes and Rogues clubhouse was a big risk, but she wanted to take her stepfather down. Getting involved with Logan Marcs, an undercover detective who is also a patch member of the rival club, was her saving grace.
Victory Rising used to be Damsel Road's woman until he went to prison for life. Victory was tired of playing the new leader's whore and decided to go for Devon Kardashian, the rival gang's club president. Trust between the two rival clubs was a dangerously thin line, and Victory had to prove where her loyalties belonged.
Summer Rain was a new undercover FBI agent sent to find out which cop had turned rogue. She had to infiltrate one of the clubs and learn the truth. Both had been in deep for more than either one would like to acknowledge. Was it Logan Marcs or was Gaylord Martin the problem? Tigger, VP of the gang, was also being investigated for illegal activity. Falling for Tigger put Summer, and everyone around her, in danger.
Audra McAllister works for the Confederation, a group of highly trained agents. She and her men's latest assignment is to protect the family of Senator Willingham. He and his family's lives may be at stake, but he's extremely reluctant to share any information. The Senator is a well‑known skirt chaser, and his bitter wife and spirited teenage daughters are well aware of this. So is his son, and he and Audra share a history.
Audra and Brance Willingham were once in the Confederation together. He walked away, but now that they see each other again, their combustible passion is still alive and well. Brance is determined to have her again and won't let her policy of not sleeping with clients stand in his way. This passion clouds her judgment and has him eternally aroused, but Brance wants an emotional connection with her, something she resists.
Destiny Blaine's erotic novella is smoothly and enjoyably written, sure to please. The sex scenes are sparse in the beginning, but the second half of the tale more than makes up for it. Brance's playful and relentless attempts at seduction don't fit with the life‑threatening situation at hand, and the couple's chemistry isn't as strong as some readers will desire.