In the arms of an outlaw, she found the freedom to live out her wildest fantasies. Don't miss this scorching new six-part mini-series from New York Times bestselling author Opal Carew!
When Laurie is kidnapped by bikers, she has no idea her life is about to change forever. From the moment she meets Steele—their sinfully sexy leader—she can't deny their fierce attraction. Even though she's completely at his mercy, his eyes soften when he looks at her, and the others in his gang know she's strictly hands off. But the more time she spends with Steele, the more her body insists she wants his powerful hands all over her.
Now she's about to discover a new life on the open road…and what it means to be part of a gang that shares everything. At first their wanton lifestyle shocks her senses—but once she's had a taste of life on the edge, will she ever want to leave?
Don't miss the other installments of Riding Steele: Kidnapped (Part 1), Collide (Part 3), Wanted (Part 4), Crossroads (Part 5) and Aftershock (Part 6)
Review: Riding Steele #2: Untamed
Riding Steele: Untamed by Opal Carew is the second part of her new six-part serial Riding Steele. Riding Steele will be released as a full length novel in early 2015 as book 3 in her Ready To Ride series.
Untamed picks up immediately where Kidnapped left off. Laurie is just heading out of the room, minding her own business and gets dragged into another room and finds herself being thoroughly kissed. LOL. Mistaken identity, Rip thought she was Raven.
Things really start to spice up in this installment and there is a wickedly panty-melting scene that happens down at the lake. Prepare yourself, it's HOT.
Laurie keeps preparing herself for abuse froom her "captors" and they keep showing her time and again that they truly just want to keep her safe. She takes her fate in her own hands though and manages to make a break for it, but when you're in the middle of nowhere how successful can your escape attempt be when you're on foot
He sighed and stepped away from the bed. "I wish you'd believe me that we're trying to help you."
Now that his big, intimidating body had moved away from the bed, she sat up, frowning.
"Most people don't go this far out of their way to help someone else."
His gaze caught hers. "I'm not most people."
~ Laurie & Steele