Sometimes the only way to spring a trap is to use live bait.
Teddy Austin has had more than his share of run-ins with local law enforcement. The Wyverns have a reputation to maintain, and Teddy feels it’s his duty to cause havoc whenever possible. Of course, getting arrested means time in the company of Sheriff Adrian Hayder—always a bonus—though Teddy would far prefer to have the sheriff wearing the cuffs.
When The Knights of War MC arrives in Phoenix, Trap orders The Wyverns to get inside information. In order to infiltrate the gang, Teddy must appear to betray his friends and switch his allegiance. Working undercover, however, he confirms what they have all suspected—The Knights of War are a cover for something much more sinister than a hell-raising bunch of bikers, and they fully intend to turn Phoenix into a battleground.
With Sheriff Hayder getting far too close to the truth, Teddy is left with a few problems—how to stop a war, keep his balls intact and ensure the man he loves keeps breathing.
This story didn’t really give me enough to get invested in the characters and what happened to them. While it’s the third book in a series where I haven’t read the first two, I definitely wasn’t lost or confused. However I didn’t get enough of any one plot to get interested in it. Plus the relationship between Teddy and Adrian was so quick, to the point you miss most of the build up. There wasn’t much storyline with the other biker gang before it was solved and over. I would have liked more development of all the elements of the story. There’s good bones here for more to be invested in. It just didn’t deliver the way I would have liked or expect from Ms. Somerton.
Three and a half
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