Safe House is a short read about an attorney/biker boy Flint Mason and good girl/veterinarian Dr. Kendra Shaw. He’s all alpha; she’s headstrong, and by the book’s end, one can see that they’re going to make an awesome team.
I highly anticipate reading book two of the series, and based on what I’ve read in book one, I envision that book two will have lots of conflict and drama, between the Steel Infidels and their rivals, the Liberators. Plus, there’s tension between Flint and his younger brother, Sam. And then there’s the mystery surrounding Flint’s best friend’s murder.
I’m delighted that the sexy-as-sin Flint, with his muscles of steel and his scintillating tattoos, is deeply attracted to a full-figured, black woman. A woman like Kendra, who’s certainly not like the kind of women he dated in the past. However, the man is quick to appreciate Kendra’s outward beauty (and of course, the beauty that lies within). The man has good taste. And the man knows how to please his woman, in bed and out of it.
It’s true that Flint and Kendra’s relationship moves quickly, but I read purely to escape the rigors of reality and have fun, so the rate at which the two consummate their attraction to each other doesn’t deter me from giving Safe House the 5-stars it deserves.
Once again, kudos, Ms. Burke, for a job well-done!
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