I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Julie Ann Walker
Released: October 2, 2012
Series: Black Knights Inc. #3
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
REV IT UP starts up pretty much where IN RIDES TROUBLE left off. Jake “the Snake” Sommers has come back with one goal in mind, to get back the woman he loves. That would be Michelle Carter, Shell, whom we met in the previous book and now know she’s Frank’s sister.
So now that you can probably tell I have a bit of a crush on Jake because he’s the man every woman wants, then let me tell you his one flaw. The Hawaiian shirts. It was painful to read how he dressed!!! The man needs a makeover, badly. Leave him with me for about a week and we can take care of the problem.
Shell and Jake as a couple were great though, they were passionate and they cared for each other. And yes, they revved me up!
Now the suspense element of this story was great. The big bad guy from the first book reappears and wants the Black Knights dead. He also develops a sick crush on Shell and goes after her. Jake then has to protect her while the rest of the team are looking for the hired guns that are trying to kill them. So there’s a lot of thrilling action to keep you going.
My favorite in the series so far.
*ARC provided by netgalley
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