Series: Viking Bastards MC, #1
Published by Entangled Publishing LLC on February 6th 2017
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I like my sex dirty and disposable. I'm not into commitment or chicks who want more than one night. My brothers and club come first, second and last. Until she walks into my life. Classy, rich and so out of my league it's crazy. A week together should get her out of my system, but this good girl is so bad when we're all alone and I can't get enough of her. I don't do forever, but she's hooked me so bad I don't ever want to let her go. Except there's no way a princess can live in my world and I sure as hell won't live in hers...
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I’m not sure how to start this review. Yes, the hero is part of an MC, but that’s where anything that has to do with an MC ends. Hooked is more of a contemporary romance than anything MC. That’s not to say I didn’t enjoy the story, but if you’re going in assuming the book would follow an MC formula you’ll discover you get something much different.
Zach and Grace make an odd couple, on paper, but their chemistry quickly proves that despite their dissimilar backgrounds these two click. The sexual chemistry between these two is off the charts. But they also mesh outside the bedroom. Zach gives Grace the needed push to reach for her dreams and Grace gives Zach the sense of love and family he’s been missing for the past ten years.
This was a quick, enjoyable read. If you’re looking to maybe ease your way into MC romances, Hooked is definitely one to try.
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