Title: Wrapped Around Him
Empathy is an emotion that has always evaded Cam Farrell, president of the Moroad Motorcycle Club and prisoner #18794. He's gambled with his life to finish the gun chain running across the states, get the majority of his MC brothers working inside the prison system, and place the smoke screen in Federal, Idaho. He only needs one more thing—Christina. What he wants, he takes, and freedom doesn't mean a damn thing.
Christina Nickelson keeps to herself and uses her part-time job for Silver Valley's Department of Children's Services to help those who are also alone and hurting. The anger and fear she thought she'd overcome after her parents were murdered resurfaces when an ex-convict and leader of a motorcycle club claims a teenage boy in her care. She can't let her worries go. Putting herself at risk, she finds herself held hostage, witnessing a murder, and questioning fate. The only person she can rely on is the biker who will kill her if she tries to leave.
Author: Debra Kayn
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Breathing His Air
Series: Moroad MC
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: February 3, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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There are so many thoughts running through my head right now about this read, but I guess I’ll start with…not what I expected, but enjoyed it. When reading the blurb, although we’re told that Christina is held hostage, I was a bit surprised to find out “who” held her and how things went down.
Christina just can’t seem to let one of her cases go, even though it’s been closed for months. She finds herself gravitating to this teenage boy’s “off limits” home and gets herself into trouble, being held hostage. Little does she know that the person holding her hostage is the one person she trusted most.
Cam is the president of a MC and will never change his ways or who is it. He makes that perfectly clear from the beginning and lives by that throughout the book. He’s a criminal true and true and has served his time over and over again to prove it. So why is he so interested in Christina? Seems like he knows her better than anyone else. The reason is interesting, but will Christina find it interesting too?
I’m not typically one to “fall for the bad guy”, but in this case, the Author did a good job making both of these characters “real” to me. There was no BS as to who they were, what they did and how they felt. We were able to connect to each character through rotating POV’s, which only added to the story for me.
There are a lot of things that are left unfinished in this first book. I’m looking forward to continuing the series.