I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
This is book 3 in the Iron Horse MC series. I will warn you that this is part one of two for
Beach and Sarah’s story although I believe that the second book will be out in February.
Beach and Sarah were introduced in the first two books (from Swan and Smoke’s perspective
mainly). In the previous books, their story was told through the eyes of Smoke and Swan
(Sarah’s identical twin sister) and was a sanitized version of how they met and what occurred.
This is the real story.
Carlos “Beach” Rodriguez is the National President of the Iron Horse MC. He is a hard and
often violent man; just reading how he came by the name of “Beach” sent shivers down my
spine. However, he is also a man deeply in love with Sarah and is absolutely determined to
make her his “old lady”.
Sarah is gorgeous, smart and independent, surviving a hard and at times tragic and difficult
past and yet through sheer determination has survived. She and her twin sister Swan were
raised separately by their parents, with Sarah being taken and raised by her mother. Poor
Sarah really drew the short straw. Thankfully she has been able to establish a relationship
with her father and step-mother which has stood her in good stead for what occurs in
The sizzling chemistry between Beach and Sarah is smoking hot and Ann Mayburn certainly
knows how to write scenes that make your panties burst into flames.
I admit that having read the previous two books Exquisite Trouble and Exquisite Danger I did
get a little lost on occasion. Since this book tells the story of Beach and Sarah, it crosses with
events in the first two books and it was hard at times knowing what had transpired (in the first
two books) to follow Beach and Sarah’s thoughts as I already knew what had occurred and
who the traitor was.
There is certainly plenty of action, not to mention trouble in this story and I cannot wait to
see how Ann Mayburn explores the relationship between Beach and Sarah in the next book.
I really enjoyed this book and would recommend that if you haven’t yet read any of Ann
Mayburn’s books that you do yourself a favor and remedy that as soon as possible.
I will wait impatiently for February so that I can read the conclusion to Beach and Sarah’s