- Changeling Press
- Release Date
- June 2017
- Book 4 of Mannhof
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Mannhof. The ultimate in precision German engineering. Individually hand-crafted motorcycles, each custom created for one woman, and one woman only. For the right woman. Even if she doesn't know it. Because the motorcycle of her dreams -- is also the man of her dreams.
Why would a normally sane woman pay a million dollars for a motorcycle? Hard-driving CEO Claire Wilcox has found the bike of her dreams -- a 1957 Mannhof four-cylinder touring motorcycle. It'll take all of Will's sensual skills to crack the hard shell she's built around herself to free the woman within.
Jake's mission is to save Lauren King from herself -- and a vicious rock star and his groupie compound called The Pit. But learning to love may cost them both their lives.
Motorcycle cop Charley Thomas keeps men at arm's length. Until her Mannhof, Nick, helps her regain her sensual side...
But can happiness be re-engineered into their futures?
This collection contains the previously released novellas One Owner, Lady Driven, Driven to the Limit, and Driven to Justice.
Aug 10, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
43 people found the following review helpful
Step inside a world created by author Alice Gaines where three women are given custom-created motorcycles that have a special shape shifting ability.
DRIVEN TO THE LIMIT contains three stories: One Owner, Lady Driven; Driven to the Limit and Driven to Justice. They need to be read in sequence for ultimate enjoyment. While I normally am not a fan of erotic fantasy stories, the author easily won me over with the unique storylines.
The concept centers around three individually crafted motorcycles called Mannhofs. Each story features a different Mannhof and the woman it was created for. The first story features a high-powered CEO with no time for emotions. The second one deals with a woman who needs a second chance and to be rescued from her circumstances. The third one, and probably my favorite, centers around an injured police officer who has walled herself off from others.
While each story is relatively short, the author delivers enough detail to maintain interest while building a plot. Ultimately, all three stories get tied together in the third installment.
From a heat standpoint, there is more than enough chemistry to build a solid fantasy of motorcycles turning into men. I had no problems creating images thanks to the skilled descriptions.
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