Series: A Soldiers of Fortune Romance
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Five years ago, that cocky, egotistical a**hole played me like a fool and broke my heart.
Hudson Banks; the dominant, tattooed, womanizing, ex-Marine-turned-billionaire who runs God-knows-what at my late father’s company.
Oh, and he’s sexy as all f**k, and he damn well knows it.
He’s like a gasoline fire; a scorchingly hot disaster, and if I’m not careful, I’m going to get burned.
I’m on track to be the youngest New York State Senator ever elected; the bright, gutsy, good-girl media darling. Except my campaign funding just went dry, and it looks like the only solution is coming from the last person on Earth I’d ever want to take anything from. Oh, and it turns out bad-boy, tough-guy Hudson will be shadowing me 24/7 after he makes it clear that he’s in charge of "protecting the investment".
Yeah, just perfect; a reckless, irresistible d*ck like Hudson Banks is the last person I need being “in charge” of anything to do with me.
Especially when I still can’t forget the taste of his lips or the feeling of that massive hardness I know he’s packing between his legs. It’s not fair that he’s even hotter now than he was back then. It’s not fair that those smoldering, arrogant eyes and that cocky, panty-melting grin still make me warm in places they shouldn’t. And it’s definitely not fair that five years later, I still can’t get him out of my head.
So it looks like I’ve got two races on my hands: the one for election, and the one against the burning heat threatening to tear us both apart. But on the sprint to the finish line, what happens when the man who has everything comes up against the one thing he can’t have?
Heat by Aubrey Irons
This was my first KU pick of the month book and I was sadly disappointed. This book had all the hallmarks of a book I would enjoy: former military hottie, romantic suspense. However, it so did not work for me. I shouldn’t really say that. It wasn’t that it didn’t work, it was more that I wasn’t interested. I didn’t really care for the characters. I didn’t find them particularly engaging and, about 20% in to the book, I simply couldn’t seem to care about them at all. So, I did what any self respecting bookworm would do, and I bailed! There are far too many GREAT books out there to spend time reading one that was meh. Here are the details you need to know:
- POV: Dual 1st
- Tears: Of bordom…
- Trope: Military, Mortal Peril
- Trigger: no
- Cliffhanger: ? No idea…
- HEA: ? No idea…
The entire series is on KU; There are 4 books: Heat, Burn, Scorch, and Roar