Genre: Erotica. Romantic Fiction. Contemporary Romance.
In out, in out. I watch my cock sliding in and out of the club whore’s pussy. My gut tightens, not with desire in the lead up to my climax, but in disgust. I squeeze my eyes shut, praying the image isn’t burned into my retinas. I hate my fucking job…
When FBI Special Agent, Roman ‘Oak’ Drake, infiltrated the Zephyrs MC, he expected to find a lot of things – all of them illegal. What he didn’t expect to find was the beautiful brunette serving drinks behind the bar at Club Z.
Willa Burke spends her nights serving drinks at Club Z. It’s not the life she imagined for herself, but sometimes you don’t get a choice; you just have to do what you can to get by.
Outside of working for them, she’d never shown an interest in the Zephyrs.
Until she met Oak. The tall, wide, muscled man with skin the color of burned caramel and eyes a shade lighter than melted chocolate.
She wants him.
He wants her.
She’s good and clean.
He’s good and clean pretending to be bad and dirty for the sake of his career.
When Oak brings the Zephyrs to their knees, will it also mean the end for Willa and him? Or, will it strengthen their bond?
Undercover is a stand alone novel with a happy-ever-after.
Ahhh, this was a great in-between book. By that I mean it was a really good, quick read. It was full of enough action, drama, and oh my where-is-the-fan hot scenes!!! What I really liked about it was how the author played out her characters, without over analyzing or describing.
I was/am a huge Sons of Anarchy fan (what can I say, Charlie Hunnam….actually..say no more) so whenever I see a story come out that is Motorcycle Club themed I want to dive in, but I’m wary. There is a particular sensitivity that needs to happen. The world of MCs are a private one and can come across and particularly cliché, or unrealistic (in as much as you can be in made up fiction world). Millstead did a great job by keeping the “MC” aspect out of it, instead concentrating on the relationship development between the two main characters, Oak and Willa. Oak was menacing enough to still be lovable. Willa wasn’t a wallflower, although at times I was confused at her ability to ‘get over things quickly. The author pulls off the story by offering alternative POVs so the reader gets inside both main characters heads. This really helped with story flow, especially with the “undercover” aspect. I also appreciated that it is a stand-alone novel and without any ‘spoilers’ the characters get a HEA.
This is my first Kasey Millstead book, but I really liked the flow of her writing and her words so I’m sure I’ll be grabbing more!
In between 3 & 4 star read…..go grab it now!