Lust. Temptation. Deception.
Technology capitalist, Lars Elliott, lives on the edge, savoring the adventure of flirting with death. After rescuing a stranger from a hail of bullets, he resists attraction to the dangerous beauty. Determined to learn her secrets, he draws her into his seductive world of risk taking, pushing her sexual limits. As he unravels the mystery surrounding the lovely doctor, he questions the integrity of those close to him.
Caught in a web of lies, marine biologist, Dr. Braelynn Rollins never expected to face off with the tempting CEO who’s haunted her dreams. Deep undercover, she’s committed to revealing clandestine adversaries of the nation and recovering stolen research. Exposed, she’s forced to trust the man who has the power to both destroy and save her. Within his arms, she surrenders control to Lars, submitting to desire and exploring her forbidden cravings.
Lars and Braelynn heat up southern California as they discover who is friend and who is foe. Spiraling down a journey of lust and revenge, their carnal hunger escalates. As danger and corporate espionage surround them at every turn, Lars must decide if she is as innocent as she claims and if she is worth the rush.
Warning: This book contains several erotic love scenes, including m/f/m ménage and is intended for adult readers only.
Release Date: October 4, 2016
Photographer: Golden Czermak / FuriousFotog
Designer: Alivia Anders / White Rabbit Book Design
Lars is definitely persistent when it comes to what he wants. There was no stopping him when it came to Braelynn. Braelynn was really hard to trust in the beginning, there was too much that was unknown. I did however admire her strength and resiliency when it came to proving she had nothing to do with what happened. These two were explosive together. There was no denying the chemistry between them. I’m glad that Lars didn’t give up on her even with all the secrets surrounding them. Wicked Rush was fast paced with a little suspense. There was plenty of depth in the plot and it flowed well. There were also a few twists to keep you on your toes. But, OMG, the epilogue! That is all I will say about that. I’m so glad it ended the way it did. I was too afraid to hope any differently. I look forward to Kym Grosso’s next release.