Book five in The Wyverns series
Secrets don’t stay hidden forever.
Hatchet has a thing for the enigmatic Mr. Smith, Horatio Trap’s spokesman. He’d love to get his hands on the pretty man and show him how good it feels to take orders for once rather than hand them out. He’s had his eye on Smith for years and he’s running out of patience.
The Wyverns’ involvement in the drug trade is limited to stealing money from the cartels—they don’t want junk peddled on their turf. When Trap orders them to destroy a crack cocaine factory in Phoenix, they are happy to oblige. But Smith throws a spanner in the works by posing as a potential buyer, putting himself in mortal danger.
Hatchet and The Wyverns come up with a plan to fake Smith’s death, muscle in on the deal and convince the cartel to do business with them instead. But when Hatchet’s cover is blown he’s left to save a bunch of illegals, destroy the drugs and wipe the factory from the face of the planet. It’s all in a night’s work for The Wyverns—but there are still secrets to uncover and the mysterious Horatio Trap and his mind games can’t stay hidden forever.
The Wyverns were back to wreaking havoc for the greater good in L.M. Somerton’s Steel Trap. Mr. Smith, Hatchet, and the rest of the crew, along with the mysterious man who pulls the strings were a part of this new installment.
Hatchet wanted Mr. Smith and after the debacle in Mexico, he finally had the man in his bed- even if Hatchet slept on the couch. Hatchet’s straight forward attitude let Smith know his intentions, and he went for what he wanted. Lucky for Hatchet, Smith desired him and the two men soon fell into a rhythm of sex and lust.
What I most enjoyed about this book, was the nuances of intrigue and good & bad guy intermingled with sexy characters who knew exactly what they wanted.
A good mystery with a dose of between the sheets was just what Ms. Somerton delivered and delivered well!
No spoilers, but a wonderful ending leaving the series wide open for more to come. Steel Trap was a wonderful addition and I recommend reading the books in order.
A five handcuff review
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