Review: Dirty and Dangerous by Shayla Black
Dirty and Dangerous
Trading pleasure for information is no way to catch a criminal…or is it?
With fifty grand at stake and a star-witness missing, bounty hunter R. A. Thorn and Detective Cameron Martinez reluctantly team up to and put their bodies on the line to make gorgeous informant Brenna Sheridan a deal: everything she knows in exchange for everything she desires.
Their heated interrogation explodes into an unexpected experience none can forget or forego. Commitment-shy Thorn is sure their “deal” is nothing but pure, sizzling lust. Cam knows it’s more. But Brenna is keeping dangerous secrets, one a mafia boss is intent on learning—before silencing her forever. While on the run, her past spills out. And when shocking desires are revealed, there’s no turning back…
Can the guys come together to protect and serve the woman they want to claim for good before the threat ends her?
*(Formerly titled Dangerous Boys and Their Toy. Contents of this book are unchanged.)
This book is intense on so many levels. From page one the action is in your face and bam, it keeps coming at you. A complex situation that gives a fast-moving plot and multi-layered characters with intense personalities.
Thorn is raw, aggressive and very alpha. Being a bounty hunter is very fitting for him. Thorn is the love them and leaves them, type of guy. Cameron is as observant as he is a charmer. He had a way with people that makes them melt into his hands. He has finesse and patients and knows the meaning of being sensitive and how to use sensitivity. Cam’s way with words is a gift. Brenna is a woman trying to get answers to questions she’s been asking for a lifetime. One man connects these three people and is the first link in a fast chain of events that changes each of them down to the soul.
Dirty and Dangerous is a quick-moving, action-filled, intensely intimate and hot as sin itself. Shayla Black once again draws readers in with raw emotions, a great story and some wicked romance that just may leave readers panting. Thorn, Cam, and Brenna together found a way to help, save, free and understand and love. I loved the open-mindedness and the natural progression in which the relationship developed. It may have been quick but it gave me goosebumps and chills while reading. Dirty and Dangerous is a male, male, female ménage that is beyond hot.
Posted on February 16, 2020, in reviews and tagged 4.5 Stars, Contemporary Romance, Dirty and Danderous, M/M/F, review, Shayla Black, stand alone. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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