Title: Carnal Desire
Series: Severed MC #2
Authors: K.T. Fisher and Ava Manello
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch Kay
Continuing Angel and Eve’s story from Severed Angel.
Eve returns home unaware danger is hot on her heels. Will Satan get the revenge he seeks, will Angel save the woman he loves or will Ink get the woman he deserves.
The nail biting conclusion to the story that crosses two continents…
Before you go any further, this is not a standalone book. It’s part of a series and they need to be read in order.
This book pretty much starts where the last book ended. Eve is on her way home to her daughter in England after her harrowing trip to Australia for her best friend’s wedding. She’s so excited to see her daughter but misses Angel so very much. She knows that she loves him but still isn’t one hundred percent sure what the future holds for them. On her flight home, she meets Elle. Elle is a free lance journalist who’s headed to England. The two strike up an almost instant friendship and make plans to meet up to help Elle see the city on her trip. Eve never knows that evil is literally on her heels.
Angel didn’t want Eve to leave but understood her need to be back with her daughter. When he finds out that the danger to Eve is not over but still following her, he and a couple of brothers head to England to get her. He needs to bring her back to Severed not just for her safety but also his sanity. The danger always seems one step ahead of him. Will he be able to save Eve?
I enjoyed this second installment in this series even more than the first. The suspense was monstrous and almost unrelenting. You felt like you were sitting on the edge of your seat. There was still the love story and the possible spawning of another one. Eve gets a new friend and she needs one since Teresa is such a birch. There’s a huge plot twist in this book that left me heartsick but shocked to my core. I can’t wait to see where the series goes from here.
Book given in exchange for an honest review by the author.