Beneath the Fire (Guardians, #1.5)
A new adult romance featuring a hot alpha hero and a shot of adrenalin. This novella has everything you want for a quick read: no filler, all action, intrigue and steamy scenes.Lucy Cortez is a model college student. She makes good grades, attends her study groups regularly and stays out of... show more
A new adult romance featuring a hot alpha hero and a shot of adrenalin. This novella has everything you want for a quick read: no filler, all action, intrigue and steamy scenes.Lucy Cortez is a model college student. She makes good grades, attends her study groups regularly and stays out of trouble in school.Nathan Stark is the new hotshot star of their college’s lacrosse team. He is over six-feet of lethal charm and his sapphire blue eyes can make any girl swoon.They meet cute and fall for each other. They live happily ever after, right?Wrong. Beneath the fire of their passion lurks a tangle of lies and deceit. Was theirs a chance encounter or a premeditated meeting? For Nathan isn’t exactly who he says he is and Lucy herself is full of secrets—dangerous secrets.Unless they trust each other with the truth of who they are, the tenuous bond of young love may be broken and lives hanging in the balance may be shattered forever.Warning: Strong sexual content, language and violent situations. For ages 18+.Other information: 25,700 words about 120 pages. Standalone novella set in the Guardians world.
Pages no: 91
Edition language: English
Series: Guardians (#1)
Solid 3.5 StarsIf you're in the mood for a nice, quick, entertaining read, with an OTT young Alpha in the mix; then I would look here.. This one isn't one with a lot of depth. But what is on the page is pretty straight forward. To the point. Intense and hilarious at times with plenty of emotion and ...
Meh...2 starsThe writing was too choppy, and the transitions are virtually non existent. i wasn't really a fan of any of the characters, and there seemed to be a few too many secondary ones popping up. Oh and there's pretty much no character development and only marginal background info, they're ju...