Mace Jordan was not the type of guy I expected to sweep me off my feet. I knew of the crowd he ran with, and they were bad news. But beyond that tough, biker exterior was a sweetheart, and one that treated me like his princess.
I liked being the good girl with the bad boy, but I never expected this. What I saw on his computer…I thought I knew him.
But I was wrong. So wrong…
If there was ever a bad time for me to fall for a chick it was now, but from the moment I saw Leeta, she had me. There was something special about her, and I had to have her. But I also had a job to do, and I couldn’t let her distract me from that. I couldn’t let her discover that side of me either. But she’s not stupid, and I know she’s getting close. God knows what she’ll do if she discovers the truth.
Or what she thinks is the truth.
Damn i love the cover on this book.
This is one of those books that has a different twist on the norm love story. I really enjoyed the story and the characters were likable but i wanted more of the dark side.
I have read a book similar in style by Nashoda Rose and it was a dark, dirty and a gritty read Provoke seemed to be a lighter read even with the dark subject matter.
Mace was a guy from a bad boy family but he seemed to lack something for me, i did like his character. Mace is a hard shell with a soft center, Mace loves Leeta with such a sweet tenderness that you feel it in your heart when you read this story.
Leeta is the good girl Prosecutor who falls for the guy with the well known family on the wrong side of the law. Leeta took the issues very well that unfolded with Mace better than i would have i think.
Ben’s character confused me a little he was this deviant kinky sex guy who is Leeta’s ex who she left because she was afraid of what might happen to her when she was with him, but he was the guy she rang for help ?!?! then it was Ben that saved the day, not the family friend of Maces criminal father who moves in the same circles, see confused.com?
This all being said i did like this book, i know im backwards and forwards but it one of those books that you like but then have questions then you like again, or maybe that just me.
Give it a read and see for yourself i say.