Book Review: Heated

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Heated is the 2nd book in the Most Wanted series of novels, the first was Wanted which I reviewed back in January!  This book features a different one of “The Knights”, Tyler. (Book 1 was about Evan.)  I have to say, I preferred the first book.

In Heated – we meet a cop named Sloane.  She doesn’t trust anyone, yet somehow when she meets Tyler, she trusts him and isn’t sure that she should.  Tyler and his pals may be involved in some shady business but Tyler ends up winning Sloane over.  Things end up getting hot and heavy with them (it is a romance book, after all) and it seems like things may end up working out with them – but then there is a trust issue that pops up with one of the subplots that is going on.

As far as the romance aspect of the book goes – it certainly was heated, but I found the storyline lacking a bit. I couldn’t get into it as much as the first book and maybe I shouldn’t really be comparing the two as much as I am and did, but when it is somewhat a continuation of one story to another you kind of can’t help yourself.

Overall not a terrible book, but not one of my favorites due to the storyline.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey, Bared to You, and Release Me comes an all-new erotic series of three enigmatic and powerful men, and the striking women who can bring them to their knees.

I knew better than to risk my heart.
But fierce passion comes at a high price.

I grew up believing in right and wrong, good and evil, black and white. I knew better than to trust. And then I met Tyler Sharp.

Bold, charming, and dangerously sexy, Tyler always gets what he wants. But his smile can be deceiving, his dealings sordid, his ambitions ruthless. I thought I was the one woman strong enough to resist him, but our need for each other was too urgent to deny.

One look and I was in trouble. One touch and I was hooked. One night and I became his.

And now that I’ve fallen, there’s no going back.

Heated is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.

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