#1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan pushes the limits in her next novel in the Torpedo Ink series.
Isaak “Ice” Koval is on a club mission when he sees a woman who stops him dead in his tracks. Soleil is a sweet, sexy, girl-next-door type. She’s an innocent who should be nowhere near the rough-and-ready world of the Torpedo Ink motorcycle club. But Ice knows Soleil belongs with him—and he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her.
After a life of drifting from one thing to the next, Soleil Brodeur is determined to take control of her life. When her breakup with her manipulative fiancé turns ugly, Soleil searches out the stranger who offered her a lifeline and ends up in a Las Vegas biker bar where she meets a gorgeous, dangerous man straight out of her most secret fantasies.
High on adrenaline, she finds herself falling faster than she thought possible. But Soleil knows little about the territory she’s stumbled into, and even less about what it really means to be Ice’s woman.…
This is my second time reading CF and while I found the book enjoyable, I think it would have better enhanced my reading experience had I read the books before this.
I found this book to have such a broad range of emotions invoked during my read; distress and horror at what has been endured by the MC and elation at their calling and endeavor to change the world one child at a time. Essentially, the club Torpedo Ink, are hunters of human traffickers and pedophiles following their own nightmarish experience into the world.
When Ice see’s Soleil it stops him dead in his tracks, literally.
I love Ice. Absolutely adore him. He is one of my top male characters overall. He is Alpha male without being demanding in a negative way. He isn’t smothering and negligent of his woman’s needs and wants, but rather sets out to give her the world while making her his. I love his attentions, how he always needs to touch her or have her close, he is supportive of her sharing, and he is this bad ass biker with lethal skills and finesse.
Soleil Brodeur is not a brain dead-“I can’t do anything on my own” person. She reached out for help because she recognized her limitations, but dealt with things on her own terms. She is not allowing herself to be controlled and demeaned by anyone. Living the dream world as a millionaire, with this super hot biker with a proclivity for public sex; hot public sex too!
I did have to force myself through quite a bit of repetition of the characters, they had to keep saying the same things, mentioning the same problems, and voicing the same intentions over and over. If I didn’t like it so much, I may not have read through the book.
But love it, I did.