Title: Trigger’s Salvation
Author: Crystal Miller
Series: Hellfire Dogs MC
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: 1/25/2017
Genre(s): Romantic Suspense
Page Count: 218
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
The moment I saw Eve in the dress shop helping my sister, I knew there was more to her than what meets the eye. The friendship between Bridget and Eve was never known to me and now I need to make sure that she doesn’t pose a threat to the club. What I didn’t count on was falling for her. What will happen when she learns my secrets? Will she run or will she be my salvation?
What a fucking douche bag! How can one person be such an asshole to someone they just met. Of course, I do have a history of being with assholes. After one night of what was an amazing apology dinner, I find myself falling for this guy. Can I put myself through this again? Can I deal with his mood changes all the time? And what secrets does he have that I see in his eyes?
Trigger’s Salvation was a great 5 star read.
The first time Trigger meets Eve, it doesn’t exactly go the greatest. Trigger ends up being a complete a-hole and ends up realizing he needs to apologize to her. He also gets a feeling that something is off with her and he is determined to find out what it is.
Eve wasn’t impressed with Trigger. At first, he came across as a real jerk. She has already had her fill of jerks and doesn’t want another one in her life. But when Trigger offers an apology dinner things change for Eve.
There are so many questions that need to be answered soon or I’m going to end up going crazy over someone I barely know.
There is so much more to this great read. There are twists that add great elements to the story. I loved Eve’s feistiness and how she stood up to Trigger. I also loved his sister, she was a little spit fire. I really liked how Trigger instantly went into protective mode when it came to Eve and her son.
And the attraction between these two was off the charts hot. This is a storyline I have never read before MC/Paranormal and I loved it. I look forward to reading more from this series.