The desire that exploded in Mastered continues its conflagration in the second novel in the Enforcers series—from the New York Times bestselling author of the Surrender Trilogy.
In Drake’s shadowy world, his enemies would exploit any weakness he had in order to bring him to his knees, and so he’s never allowed himself to care about anyone...never exhibited any vulnerability, and it made him a force to be reckoned with. Until Evangeline—his angel. A woman who slipped past his defenses like no one had ever managed. She was his to protect and ultimately, to do that, he had to do the unthinkable and drive the only good thing in his world away.
Devastated and destroyed, Evangeline doesn’t know what made Drake turn on her in such a shocking manner. She only knows she’ll never be the same. He once freed her from all her inhibitions, only now she is a prisoner to never-ending pain. But when Drake finds her again, she realizes there is more to his world than she ever imagined, and she must decide if she can once more trust—and submit—to the man who holds her wounded heart in his hands. And he must convince her of just how far he’ll go to regain her love and forgiveness.
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I really did not like this series. I read the first one through and skipped much of this on. I really can’t stand Evangeline. She annoyed me and to be honest I thought it was so weird that he wanted her to have sex with that guy and she was just okay. Like what kinda crap is that? There were some really good sweet moments but man those as hard to read. I’m unsure why people gave it good reviews. I wish I had of chosen a different book to read from this author. People say she she is pretty good but these books have me skeptical.
Absolutely loved this book; this alpha males falling hard in love trying so hard not too but finding their true loves beautiful
MB stated it best "Evangeline is a hapless twit."
To forgive the unthinkable twice? To not ask questions about what your lover does even after being kidnapped?! One does not have to be a "ball buster" or "rampant feminist" (as mentioned by MB) to be a good female lead.
Evangeline is utterly ridiculous. I cannot fathom such a female exists.
I have adored all previous MB books and the scorching D/S aspects especially - this novel is a true departure from her norm and a true regression of the female character.
Don't bother buying this one - borrow it from your library, but only if you truly have nothing else to read. It's just the worst.