Hell Breaks Loose (Devil's Rock #2)

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Hell hath no hunger like a man let out of a cage . . .

Shy and awkward, First Daughter Grace Reeves has always done what she’s told. Tired of taking orders, she escapes her security detail for a rare moment of peace. Except her worst nightmare comes to life when a ruthless gang of criminals abducts her. Her only choice is to place her trust in Reid Allister, an escaped convict whose piercing gaze awakens something deep inside her. Reid is nothing like her other captors.

He’s tougher, smarter…and one blistering look from him makes her hotter than any man ever has.

Reid spent years plotting escape and revenge . . .years without a woman in his bed. For this hardened felon, Grace Reeves isn’t just out of his league—she’s from another planet, but that doesn’t stop him from wanting her. Escaping Devil’s Rock was tough, but resisting this woman could be the end of him. For a man with nothing to lose, protecting her . . . claiming her as his own, becomes more necessary than his next breath.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Hell Breaks Loose (Devil's Rock #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.56 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9780062423733
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published July 28th 2016 by Avon (first published July 26th 2016)

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It’s actually not that difficult to slip the Secret Service.

Or maybe it was simply that Grace Reeves was the last person anyone would expect to rebel. Everyone (and by everyone she meant the entire country) considered her the most boring, predictable, unexciting First Daughter to ever grace the White House. Ha! There was a pun she hadn’t heard before.

In elementary school Grace never so much as received a U (for unsatisfactory) on her report card. In high school she never broke curfew or got caught making out with boys. In college she never went to any wild frat parties. No one would expect her to sneak out of a hotel and ditch her detail.

Even Grace could hardly believe she was doing it.

She cast one last glance at the panic button sitting on the hotel dresser. She had to leave it behind. It carried a GPS, and she didn’t want anyone tracking her once they realized sh...

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Reviews

Pamzy · 02-12-2019

Not a bad read though not as good as Knox & Briar's. Hopefully North & Faith's story will top them all