18+ for language and sexual situations...
Serving as an intelligence officer taught Tap how to listen, but nobody warned him about hearing too much. Now, he skates the line between paranoid and prepared, afraid to fully trust anyone, even his club brothers.
Sasha Petrov believed in the system. She devoted her life to serving and protecting, only to find that justice is a greedy whore that sways toward the best paying client. Now, she'll settle for vengeance.
When Tap finds Sasha beaten, bloody, and begging for help, he'll have to risk exposing all his secrets to save her. Can someone so broken put her back together?
No cheating, HEA
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Tap & Sasha
Harley Stone continues to be a favorite author of mine. Tap’d Out was one that drew me in quickly and held me until the end. Tap and Sasha are two peas in a pod. Both, reasonably so, have issues with trust. However, Tap’s border on paranoia. The lengths that man goes to just to go to the MC Clubhouse, is unbelievable.
Sasha, however, sometimes doesn’t put enough thought into things she plans. As a result, she winds up in a very questionable, but life threatening situation. Tap also participating in questionable activities, comes across Sasha. Thus begins their story together. These two were very interesting to watch, so I truly hope Ms. Stone will revist these two.
The Dead Presidents MC series continues to be one of my favorites. I can’t wait to see who is next.
Another awesome book in this MC series. Love Tap and Sasha’s story.
Tap is a very close up man that doesn’t trust nobody. Not even his MC brothers. He’s seen and heard too much with his former work as an intelligence officer.
Sasha..her work is to serve and protect and by doing that and believing in the system, she lost everything and even her trust in the one thing she believed most in.
I couldn’t put it down. Tap and Sasha were amazing together and love seeing how they started trusting each other. I would have loved to see a little more interaction between Sasha and Hailey, but other than that it was amazing.
Tap is a very closed off and secretive guy. When he finds Sasha severely beaten while on a job he is unable to walk away. Sasha is on a mission, and she will stop at nothing to accomplish her goal. She quickly loses control of the situation, and Tap won’t let her put herself further at risk. Will they find a way to finish the mission, and keep each other safe? Will Tap’s carefully constructed world crumble around him, and will it be worth it if it does? This was a pretty good read, although I did think Sasha had some pretty stupid moments.