From the author of the Masters Unleashed series, Sparrow Beckett revs things up with two lovers on a collision course in the first Masters of Adrenaline novel.
Nothing gives Addison Kennedy a rush like stealing cars. The Lexus was the perfect target, but before she can get its engine purring, she's cold-cocked unconscious. When she comes to, she finds herself on a bed with a blonde, tattooed god standing over her.
Fox Larson is shocked to discover the thief he knocked out is actually a hot girl. Bringing her home may not have been the smartest move, but he wasn’t about to leave an unconscious and defenseless woman in a parking garage. Besides, if she’s part of an auto theft crew infringing on his territory, he needs to pump her for information.
However, Addison has personal drive that won’t be denied and she’s desperate to prove Fox’s group needs her skills. Submitting to his kinks in the bedroom is a hot yet complicated bonus. When a big job goes bad, and Addison finally gets her chance, will she succeed in stealing his thunder?
So What Did I Think Of Stealing His Thunder by Sparrow Beckett?
What I really enjoyed about this story was the connection between Addison and Fox. Brought together by the pursuit of the dangerous, high adrenaline, highly illegal profession of car theft; it was exiting to see these two intelligent, interesting characters come together.
Their relationship was filled with challenge, banter and strong sexual tension that quickly turned into a sizzling romance. What I liked the most about their relationship was how they both challenged each other while being up front about the chemistry they had. Not so much the romantic emotional side which took time to develop. They couldn’t keep their hands off each other, burning up the pages with their light BDSM play.
While their romantic relationship was going off the charts, they still had their challenges that they had to deal with in their dangerous profession. Fox with the rival player in the business and Addison dealing with this kind of double life. Being this intelligent engineering student going for her masters and this adrenaline junkie who get a rush stealing cars. With them both dealing with their issues while dealing with their romance it made things interesting.
Their romance quickly drew me in but the plot lacked the same intensity for me. There was action and a bit of danger while Fox dealt with his rival and Addison figured out how to work with Fox and his group, which held my attention just not as much as I wanted. Though things got bit more intense during the climax of the story I would have liked if it was woven more throughout the story. Non the less the romance really stood out with their passionate romance and I enjoyed seeing their relationship developed.
Overall I have to say that I enjoyed reading Stealing His Thunder by Sparrow Beckett.