Title: Biker’s Run
Series: Shifters and Lovers, #3
Author: Ali Atwood
Genre: Paranormal Romantic Suspense
Length: 51 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books (February 15, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Can Logan stop running from himself? Will Noah stand up for his own happiness?
Logan Ripley is an agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration. He’s great at his job, but lousy with people. Raised by a drug abusive father, he knows that some feelings are better kept hidden.
Noah Nicklin is a security specialist and lion shifter whose inbred senses, strength and speed are sought after by the DEA. The Federal Agency is conducting a sting operation, using undercover agents to infiltrate an outlaw biker gang and take down a dangerous drug lord.
An enthusiastic biker, Noah is thrilled to be part of the covert mission, especially since he’ll be teaming up with Logan Ripley, a wet dream come to life.
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/bikers-run/
Review: Each book in the Shifters and Lovers collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. However they can be read as a standalone.
There is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with two gorgeous men involved. I especially loved the fact that they were lions in this one. They are probably one of my favorite types of shifters.
Logan had a rough life and was now on the straight and narrow. However he is letting his past stand in the way of his future. When an op comes in to take care of, he meets Noah. He is attracted right off the bat, but still holds back. Let’s face it he is a complete ass to Noah. Noah however wants Logan and is willing to take a chance. Now if they could just get the bad guys all might be well.
Now this story starts off great, but it was missing a lot of stuff. I mean, yeah, Logan realizes when he thinks Noah is in danger. He might just be the man for him. They go from one extreme to the next step too fast. It came off like the author was tired of the book and just threw the ending in. It was a disappointment. Because up to the instant change it was going perfectly.
I did enjoy reading it though and would recommend it.
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