Sunday, April 19, 2015

#Book #Review *Bad Company*

Disclaimer - This book was provided to me free of charge from Net Galley in return for an honest review. All review opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by being provided with the book at no charge.

Description

Please note that this book is intended for ages 18+. It contains violence, scenes of a sexual nature and a hot biker with a potty mouth.

Scottish psychologist Doctor Kelly Ann Darrow loves her career and has never permitted her feelings to impact her professionalism, but when biker Cameron Iss arrives in her care, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to the unconscious man. His tattoos and the mysterious circumstances of his arrival intrigue her to distraction.

Cameron Iss awakes in a strange country with no memory of how he got there and no knowledge of who he is. He takes out his frustrations at his amnesia on the sexy doctor enlisted with helping him unlock his mind.

A mutual chemistry forms between them, and Kelly is plagued with guilt at her unethical and inappropriate attraction to this, her most perplexing patient yet.

As his memories begin to return and they discover more about his violent past and his connection with a motorcycle club in America, the element of danger both excites and frightens Kelly, and nothing can douse the erotic fire he has sparked inside her.

Will Kelly risk her career, her reputation, and all she is for the man who has ignited a dormant passion within her or will his returning memories steal him away for good?

MY REVIEW:
I really had mixed feelings about this book. It seemed slow to start for me. And it seemed like it was the same struggle over and over mixed with a bit of new dilemma here and there. The ongoing struggle of attraction between Kelly and Cameron/Cain I found to be almost annoying (especially as a former medical worker). I can't say the book was terrible. I did find Cameron/Cain's story mostly interesting. I just couldn't seem to get into Kelly and all her inner battles.

MY RATING:

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