Riding Steele

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Riding Steele

Ready to Ride, #1

This sizzling contemporary erotic romance has a great combination of alpha males and a potentially intriguing storyline. There are plenty of the intensely carnal scenes that characterize this author’s storytelling but I did not feel a deep connection to the main characters themselves, the heroine is a little too passive for me, and it was a little disturbing watching her go from one very dominant male to another one without becoming balanced and self-assured herself. The dynamics of women within the motorcycle club is not quite my cup of tea but there are undoubtedly sensual interactions that take place and plenty of secondary characters who will undoubtedly have their own time in the spotlight.

"Riding Steele" by Opal Carew was originally released as a serial and is part of the ‘Ready to Ride’ series. This story centers on Laurie, who is ‘rescued’ by her brother’s friends, members of a motorcycle club. Steele, the leader of the group, is drawn to the woman who must find the strength to escape an unhealthy relationship, but her abrupt introduction to Steele and his friends makes her wonder if she’s gone from bad to worse and it’s up to Steele to set her straight. She has to decide whether she trusts him enough to keep her safe, but he also has to figure out if she is strong enough to accept his true nature.


Book Blurb for Riding Steele

Being kidnapped by bikers is a harrowing experience, but for some reason, Laurie doesn’t feel as terrified as she should. The leader’s steely eyes soften when he looks at her, and the others in his gang clearly know she’s hands off. But does that include Steele's hands? Her brain resists him, but her body insists she wants those big hands all over her.Steele doesn’t know how he wound up in this mess—with a kidnapped woman on his hands and the police hot on their trail. Now he and Laurie are in hiding at an isolated cabin, and Steele has to figure out how to extricate himself...and steer clear of his accidental captive who’s making him think all kinds of dangerous thoughts…


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2015 3.25