This first book in the “Motor City Royal’s” series is a real page turner. It is an amazingly written book.
Zee (Ezekiel Chase) is trying to stay hidden from his father. He likes his life the way it is. He doesn’t want to be close to any women. But when Tamera enters the picture, Zee realizes that he sees something in her that he can connect with. But he is scared for her. Zee is afraid that when his father finds out that she means something to him, she will flee.
By the end of the book, Zee realizes nothing is better than loving someone who loves you back. The author shows that you can never judge a person by the way they look. You never know who they truly are inside.
Overall, this was a joy to read.
Ezekiel "Zee" Chase has a complicated past. Born into a family whose wealth grew from the seedy world of big-time crime, he ran away as a teenager and made a home for himself on the streets of Detroit. By day, the mechanic works at a local garage. But by night, he throws down with the best of them in Detroit's gritty underground fighting scene. With all those muscles, he's never had trouble with women--until he meets one who challenges him to the greatest fight of his life. . .
Tamara Eliot is a hardworking corporate high-flyer who appreciates the finer things in life, from her expensive perfume to her designer handbags. More than anything, though, she likes to be in control--and when Zee explodes into her life, she feels anything but. He's the definition of a bad boy: brash, fiery, and of course, irresistibly hot. And there's a darkness about him that keeps her coming back for more. As Zee takes Tamara deeper into a world she never knew existed, she just might prove to be the one opponent he won't be able to dominate--at least not without some pleasurable convincing . . .