Katarina Saunders, Kat to the world. International rockstar. Lead singer of The Grinders. Until she has an accident that ruins her career and sends her running into the mountains away from everything and everyone.
Dane Reynolds President of the Savage Angels MC. Fierce, strong and loyal. He's had his eye on Kat for a while now and has been waiting for her to come to him but he's had enough of waiting. He's decided it's time to make her his.
But so has her Stalker and he's been waiting for far too long...
Can Dane save Kat?
Or will her Savage Stalker get to her first?h
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Savage stalker. Great story line and I pictured every character but as much as I want to read the sequel, the f**k bomb every other sentence and place where it makes no sense, was irritating. I get that they are big bad bikers, but it was toooo much!
Hopefully you keep writing and your next story line will have a larger vocabulary to describe anger, fear, teasing, dominance, humor, or love.
Out of all the hundreds of books I have read over the years this is the first to compel me to write a review?
Hope it helps
Savage Stalker 👍😍👍
Awesome MC suspense/romantic story featuring a famous rockstar, Kat, who has to face a dramatic change as well as dealing with the death of her mother, & Dane, President of the local MC. Interwoven into their love story, are the actions of a deranged stalker. Loved this book & totally recommend it 👍😍👍
Not too bad
My biggest frustration with this book was the amount of unnecessary detail. If anything the book should've stuck to 2 main perspectives: Kat and Dane. The reader didn't need to hear from all of Dane's right hand men to learn their positions and their feelings about Dane/Kat. Nor did the reader need to go through each band member and Dave.
Another frustration was how quickly certain events happened that made this book feel completely unrealistic. This includes how Dane and Kat first interacted, the conversation/scene with Judge and Jasmin. Certain portions of the book were engaging and mature while other portions seemed read like a teenager writing his/her fantasy.
Despite several shortcomings a decent book overall.