Andrew “Wasp” Marshall, VP of the Dead Presidents MC, rides life like it’s his bike, at full speed with no real destination. But when he sets his sights on an irresistible new bartender with a comical little kid, Wasp will have to decide if he’s willing to give up his carefree lifestyle and buckle down to become the man she needs.
Carly Cooper is a survivor. When an old friend turns from protective to possessive she packs up her five-year-old son and flees to Seattle, leaving everything and everyone she knows behind. Carly has neither time nor energy for Wasp’s advances, despite his panty-dropping smile and made-for-sin body.
As things between Wasp and Carly heat up, Carly’s past catches up to her and she must decide whether to trust Wasp and the Dead Presidents, or to pack up and run again.
I feel like a broken record repeating how amazing this series is but I honestly with each new addition, I just can’t help it. The Author has taken a wonderful storyline and run with it. Her remarkable ability to take a very real everyday issue with our returning soldiers and weave it in and out of the storylines around the MC members is just phenomenal. If you haven’t started this series, it a military/mc must.
Wasp is your typical MC guy in that he lives for his club, his shop and his bike. He’s also a player, enjoying life with no interest in settling down. Wasp also loves a challenge, and Carly, a waitress at the bar the Dead Presidents own, is definitely a challenge; he is attracted to Carly, even though she won’t give him the time of day. Plus, he knows she’s hiding something and he’s determined to find out what. Carly is a single mom on the run from her past. Trying to say in the shadows the last thing Carly and her son need is Wasp, or any man, butting into her life. But staying away from Wasp doesn’t prove to be as easy as it should be. Especially when Wasp wins the heart of her small son, Trent. (Oh and trust me when I say you’re gonna love Trent – Totally steals the show from time to time).
I started reading Trapping Wasp and the next thing I know I was reading the ending. It’s fast paced, humorous, heartwarming, exciting, suspenseful and romantic all rolled up into a fantastic storyline. I can’t recommend this book/series enough. 2 Thumbs up and grab your copy today. You won’t regret it.
Harley Stone writes mafia romance and funny-as-shit romantic fiction. When she’s not writing, she’s busy living out her real adventure in southwest Washington with her husband and their five boys.