Axel is an adrenaline junkie with a strong craving for anything fast—fast bikes, fast cars, fast living. His reputation as an all-around bad boy is as notorious as his reputation in the street-racing game.
Then he meets Savannah: sexy, savvy and the only woman Axel has ever met who is capable of beating him in a race. The two go head-to-head and tensions—and passions—flare. When Axel just barely beats Savannah in a race, he knows he has met his match. . .in more ways than one. Savannah is the woman of his dreams.
That is, until she disappears without a trace. Axel spends the next few years trying to erase the painful memories of Savannah, and kill his secret dreams of what they could have built together if only she had stayed.
But when Savannah returns six years later, she's not alone. Standing beside her is a little boy who bears a startling resemblance to Axel. . . .
This is well written storyline and the characters are well developed and engaging and the chemistry is great between. But the plot has more to offer than the steam.
I very rarely don’t finish a book. I usually power through a book I’m not particularly liking. But this book, this book was the exception. I couldn’t do it. I didn’t like the way it was written, I didn’t like the randomly shifting from past to present to past again. I don’t like how the writer would leave out important scenes. I would not recommend this book, unless the previous mentioned dislikes are things you like.