Steele doesn’t know how he wound up in this mess–with a kidnapped woman on his hands and the police hot on their trail. Now he and Laurie are in hiding at an isolated cabin, and Steele has to figure out how to extricate himself...and steer clear of his accidental captive whose tight, slinky clubbing attire is making him think all kinds of dangerous thoughts…
Laurie is still with Steele and his fellow bikers but things have changed dramatically in the last twenty four hours. Whereas before Laurie was focused on getting away, now she realises there's safety to be found in the arms of one particular biker at least! Steele has slowly begun to drop his barriers and he is letting Laurie in and truthfully she is starting to like what she sees more and more. Unfortunately,her abusive ex boyfriend, Donavan, has a lot of political clout and he has managed to convince the police that Laurie is in possession of a stolen diamond necklace. There's no way Steele will give her up, so it's time to find somewhere more secure to hole up. The trust is building up between Laurie and Steele and the heat between them is building and it's about to combust and take everyone with it!
Okay, this is seriously hotting up and although there's been a ménage scene previously, this one I felt definitely had the edge. What I liked is the heroine, Laurie, is opening herself up to possibilities and it's liberating to see her blossom and embrace her own sexuality. I'm not terribly convinced about the logistics of everything but these bikers seem quite happy to share, although they do seem to respect boundaries. As usual there's an ending that makes me want to know what happens next and the pace that keeps gathering is just carrying me along for the ride. I may not be a huge fan of ménage but I cannot fault this author’s talent. It's a simple idea but written with panache and it's about to get a lot darker before the story is over I think.