Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Release + Review - Scooter - Marie James

Scooter by Marie James is LIVE!!! FREE in KU!
“These guys are just so addicting!” ~I Love HEA Romance Book Blog


I’m no one’s savior.

I work with the Cerberus MC for the thrills, not for the glory.

Saving people who’ve been trafficked is just a side benefit, coming in second to the adrenaline rush of eradicating some of the evil in the world.

Mia Vazquez didn’t seem to get the memo.

When I pulled her out of Hell, she wouldn’t let go. She literally wrapped her arms around my neck and refused to release me.

I did the only thing I could do; I held her back.

For weeks I stayed by her side, comforting her and assuring her things would eventually get better.

She managed to climb inside of me, and then she took off.

Mia Vazquez didn’t get the memo.

She’s mine, and letting go of me doesn’t mean I’ll let go of her.

Louise's Review 
Scooter is book 11 in the Cerberus Series and can be read as a standalone, having never read the previous books I jumped in hoping to land on my 2 feet and not miss anything.

Scooter is part of a MC but he is also part of an elite task force that take down human traffickers, when he rescues his friend’s sister Mia he builds a relationship of trust and when she is out of his arms she is petrified. Leaving a whole life behind Mia isn’t interested in returning to any of it, having feelings for the man who rescued you isn’t ideal and when push comes to shove she runs; will he run after her or will she come back to claim the man that saved her life in more ways than one. 

Scooter was a nitty gritty novel, one that kept be guessing what was going to happen throughout. I personally enjoyed reading this book. 

Star Ratings; Plot: 4/5  Characters: 3/5  Heat: 3/5  Writing Style: 4/5  Overall: 3.5/5

The author is giving away a $50 Amazon GC on her facebook page. Please direct readers to enter. 

Marie James is a USA Today Bestselling Author of contemporary romance. She's book boyfriend crazy, the mother of two rowdy boys, and a wife of 15+ years. She's obsessed with tacos, otters, and FunCo Pops figures. Born, raised, and still living in central Texas, Marie spends most of her time locked away writing and reading. 


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