It's been years, since radical lesbian Jax Madigan had much contact with her conservative family. Her independence long ago ruled out peaceful co-existence with her relatives. Her only steady contact with her past is with her brother, Danny, who keeps in touch, despite his objection to her "lifestyle choices."
But when Danny meets and brings home the woman of his dreams, Jax finds herself once more drawn into a family dynamic that is both rewarding and punishing, and even after all these years, intimately familiar. Danny's girl, Jenn, is beautiful, poised, articulate, and eager to spend time with the black sheep of the family. And it only takes a few visits to reveal she's as attracted to both Jax and Danny, as they are to her.
Bait explores the limits of love and loyalty, sibling rivalry and tempting taboo. In a volatile mix of wit and wantonness, brother and sister, parents and children, in-laws and outlaws, must all decide how far they will go, to save someone's soul.
If I could this book negative starts I would. The concept of the book is fantastic but poorly executed. The ending was terrible. It almost felt like a horror novel at the end. The book is repetitive and boring. I can’t believe I finished it. It had so much promise but it’s a big miss. DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK.