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Series: Ink & Chrome #2
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica, Fiction, Romance
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Also by this author: Coming Back
Duke Bradshaw, co-owner of the Twisted Steel custom motorcycle and hot rod shop, may devote his days to chrome and leather, but his nights belong to Carmella. His sultry redheaded neighbor has a smile like an angel and a body built for sin, and for the past year both have dominated Duke's dreams. When a problem at Twisted Steel requires a fast fix, Duke sees his chance to finally make his fantasy a reality.
Ever since she first heard the low rumble of his engine, Carmella Rossi has wondered if Duke Bradshaw handles his women as expertly as he handles his bike. When he shows up at her door offering her a much-needed job at his shop, she gets her chance to find out. Beneath Duke's masterful touch, Carmella soon submits to a world of unimaginable pleasure.
But history has taught Carmella how bad a boy boy can be. If she doesn't put on the brakes fast, her hard-bodied heartbreaker could drive her right over the edge . . .
ARC provided by Author/Publisher for honest review.
Falling Under is the second Ink & Chrome novel by Lauren Dane and can be read as a standalone. Shiny chrome, growly engines, tattoos, and alpha men oh my!
I’m a huge fan of this series, Dane has an amazing writing style that sucks you right into the fray. From having a storyline that keeps you begging for more to having characters that steal your heart, you’ll not be able to get enough of the Ink & Chrome men.
Carmella Rossi has had a rough road. Her family is less than perfect and despite how hard she works, it’s never enough. Duke Bradshaw is co-owner of Twisted Steel and has the hots for his sexy neighbor. When she is down on her luck and needs a little help, he can’t help offering it. The way he wants to protect and take care of Carmella is so sweet and sexy — definitely swoon worthy.
If you haven’t had a chance to dig into this series yet, you definitely need to give it a chance. They are both stand-alone novels, but as always reading both is best.