There are a few things that I look for when I read an erotic romance of any variety. First, I want a good story; the best of love scenes can be wrecked by a horrible story line.  Second, I want a domineering hero. Someone who owns the room he walks into and captures the heart of both the heroine and me.  Lastly, but not leastly, I want the sex scenes to be titillating.   Severed Angel  written by K.T Fisher and Ava Manello accomplished all three items on my list.

Severed Angel is book one of the Severed MC Series.  Eve, a single mother recently dumped by an ass of a boyfriend, travels to Australia to stand up in her childhood friend’s wedding. Teresa, the best friend, is marrying the President of a biker club.  Eve runs into some trouble on her way to the compound from the airport and finds herself witnessing a murder.  This would be tragic enough, however, the murderer is a member of a rival biker club. Eve quickly finds herself with a bounty on her head, being hidden away in the club’s compound, and falling into the arms of Angel, VP of the club.

It has been a while since I’ve read a book that made me want to call in sick to work in order to continue reading.  This book was in my head all day…both days it took for me read it.  I will admit that some of the dialogue made me roll my eyes a bit, and there was a little more cliche use than I prefer. However, the story was so exciting and the chemistry between Eve and Angel was so powerful that it carried me through the entire book.

The sex scenes were extremely hot and the way the characters look and feel around each other adds to the heat in the bedroom.  “When I see her walking through the bar, her hips swaying, tits and ass bouncing, I want to taste her all over again.” (Gabe, pg 191)  I particularly enjoy this line because it gives us insight into the male mind…and don’t we all wish our men thought this as we walked past them?  

Severed Angel is book one. I immediately went to purchase book two to find out it hasn’t been released yet! ARGH!  It will be worth the wait, I’m sure.  In the meantime, grab a copy and read slowly- to hold you over until the next release- if you can manage not to tear through it as quickly as I did.

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