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 Cara McKenna
Released: November 3rd 2015
Series: Desert Dogs #3
Published by Signet
“[BURN IT UP] is a slow burn that builds and builds until it catches fire.”
~ Under the Covers
In the third installment to the Desert Dogs series, Cara McKenna finally gives Casey Grossier his book. From the very first book, Casey has been my favorite of the boys. He has that bad boy thing going for him, but now that he also a bar to run, he’s really come far from his wayward ways.
This becomes especially true when a woman and a child come into his life. Though neither of them belong to him, Casey is more than willing to take care of Abilene Price and Mercy from the threat of her ex, a newly released criminal deadset on taking back what is his.
What I liked about this book is that it has a very laid back feeling to it, but McKenna does amp it up every now and then with the suspense scenes. I particularly liked seeing some of James’ POV because it just adds that bit of tension to the storyline. It makes this entire series different from the other biker books out there as it toes the line between Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense.
As always, McKenna’s writing draws you in like a beacon. I’m such a fan of her voice and just her ability to get inside her character’s head makes each book such a thrill to read. The title of this book perfectly sums this story up – it’s a slow burn that builds and builds until it catches fire.
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