Have I told you lately how much I love this author? Probably. I tend to gush when it comes to her. I’m even more prone to now that she was okay with this review being late because, as of release day, I had to deal with a 10 month old in a cast. So, yeah, I’ll try to restrain myself.
One of the best things about being an author is the chance to review the works of fellow writers. I mean, all you have to do is tell the world what you think, and you could, say get a sneak peek at the eagerly anticipated next installment of your absolute favorite series.
I love my life.
Naya James is a confident woman who also happens to be an exotic dancer. She doesn’t care if people judge her, just so long as they don’t disrespect her. Life has been good, but when two dancers from her club are kidnapped, Naya puts her life on the line to uncover the truth.
Wheeler is the black sheep of the family, evident from his extensive tattoo collection to his dark personality. Nothing like his twin brother, Ben, who can do no wrong. Wheeler’s pack loyalty is put to the test when Austin orders him to act as a bodyguard for a woman he’s despised for years—one who presses his buttons every chance she gets.
A dark secret unravels, uniting two enemies and threatening to fracture the brotherhood of the pack. A tortured soul, a violent past, a fiery romance, and a shocking twist that will leave you breathless.
Three Hours, book five in the Seven Series, is once again stunning. The previous installment, Four Days, was, for me, a real tear jerker, and I was happy not to cry through the last half of this one. That is not to stay that I didn’t read it cover to cover, in one sitting, late into the night. The plot never stops. The main characters, Wheeler and Naya, are like magnets made out of flint and steel: they can’t stop the attraction or the sparks. Without a single spoiler, I can say that some things that needed to happen in the series did, (fist pump for long time readers,) and it was great to see all of the Weston pack we’ve all grown to love. There are many more things I’d like to discuss, but there are too many ways to spoil Three Hours for you, and that’s something I’d never want to do.
Dannika reports the next installment, Two Minutes, is looking to drop around August, 2015. Somehow I will have to figure out what to do with my life until then… I’ll now begin taking suggestions.
Boom goes the dynamite!