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Feature book: Snatched

9 January 2019

Snatched by Cathleen Ross

Subgenre: contemporary romance
Release date: 17 Sep 2018
Publisher: Entangled Scorched
Format: ebook
Length: 188 pages
RRP: $3.79

Troy De Lance, aka Beast in the Slayers Motorcycle Club, is determined to get his sister back even if he has to kidnap his friend’s sister to do so. So, kidnap becomes his option. He grabs Stacey and takes her to his home on the bayou. His weakness is when she starts to suffer an asthma attack on the road to his house, and he stops for medication. He is immediately sexually attracted to her and wants to show her what he can do to her. Troy has to show his outward toughness even when he knows he will regret his actions. He holds Stacey over his back porch to feed her to the alligator who lives below, actually his pet, when her brother won’t return his calls. Her screams produce results, his sister phones and assures him that she is safe and the reason for her departure.

Stacey Martin believes that Troy is a nice man. He helped her with her father’s medication before he died. Stacey and her brother have inherited the business, and Stacey goes through the business records and finds some abnormalities. These become the catalyst for other threats that Troy must protect her from. The move towards coupledom moves very quickly from girlfriend, to fiancé to planning a wedding, mainly due to Troy’s need to protect but also his mother’s not so gentle pressure.

Troy is on leave trying to decide if he should sign up in the military again; he meets Stacey who confounds him just as much. He has the outward image of being tough, as any good MC member is, but inside he does have the heart of gold probably from his mother’s side of the family. Stacey does get to meet his genteel mother and wonders how such a woman married a biker like his father.

If the erotic genre is your thing then this story will definitely cater for those needs. The main characters have lots, and I mean lots, of sex. We also have a look at the sex lives of many of the peripheral characters in the Slayers club.

Reviewed by Heather

A review copy of this book was provided by the author.

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