Title: Hell For Leather (Black Knights Series, book #6)
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Suspense
Author: Julie Ann Walker
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca, May 6, 2014
Source: Free for review from the publisher
Sexy Rating: 5+
Description from Amazon.com:
UNLIMITED DRIVE Only a crisis could persuade Delilah Fairchild to abandon her beloved biker bar, let alone ask Black Knights Inc. operator Bryan “Mac” McMillan for help. But her uncle has vanished into thin air, and sexy, surly Mac has the connections to help her find him. What the big, blue-eyed Texan has against her is a mystery… but when the bullets start to fly, Mac becomes her only hope of survival, and her only chance of finding her uncle alive.
UNSTOPPABLE PASSION Mac knows a thing or two about beautiful women- mainly that they can’t be trusted. Throw in a ticking clock, a deadly homegrown terrorist, and some missing nuclear weapons, and a man just might find himself on the wrong end of the gun. But facing down danger with Delilah is one passion-filled thrill ride…
This is the hottest, sexiest addition to this series, the pages practically combust. The Black Knights are still the trash talking, cliché spouting good guys that they have been all along. Julie Ann Walker has brought to life these amazing alpha warriors, given them each a distinctive personality and kept devoted readers eagerly anticipating each new book.
Mac and Delilah, who we have met in previous books in the series, are in denial about their feelings for each other, until they are thrown into a very dangerous situation. Then the sparks fly and set fire to a red hot romance. But will this heat quickly extinguish as fast as it lit up? Ms. Walker keeps us turning pages to find out what will happen next with Mac and Delilah as well as she gives us hints about romances to come in future additions to the series.
I can highly recommend this book and the Black Knight series. I think a better understanding and background can be had by starting the series from book #1, HELL ON WHEELS.
Please note that there is torture violence and attempted rape in this book intrinsic to the plot.