If the sexy construction crew were Powertools, their cousin mechanics are sure to be Hot Rods. Nothing's sexier than seven men with hot rods.
His demons are no match for her passion.
Kaige "Super Nova" Davis doesn't carry a chip on his shoulder. It's more like a beast in his belly... and right now the monster he's fought so hard to tame is growling to unleash its legendary temper.
Eli has gone behind his back and hired a marketing consultant. But when Kaige storms into the office to give Eli hell, one look at the mocha-skinned brunette seated across the desk flips a switch in his brain. And in his pants.
Nola Brown has never experienced Kaige's powerful brand of sexual charisma. He makes her want to ditch her professional façade and be herself - a mistake she can't afford to make. Yet just as he talks her defenses down - and proves that grease marks look just as good on her skin as a silk suit - she stumbles in on one of the Hot Rods' late-night, full-throttle sessions.
Now Kaige wonders if she'll embrace this glimpse of their future, or if she'll run as fast as her killer stilettos can take her.
Warning: This audiobook contains a garage full of hot, passionate men who are good with their hands, and a woman who isn't afraid to get a little down and dirty. And cute puppies. And did we mention hot men?
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Super Nova is in the top 3. I loved this book and Gregory Salinas does an amazing job narrating this story.
One of the most memorable moments would be the after-wedding group activity when Nola discovered the true nature of the Hot Rods' bond and her acceptance.
My favorite scene was Kaige and Nola having sex in the closet after he stormed out. I loved the rawness and intensity of it and then Sally interrupting afterwards had me laughing.
I laughed at certain moments in this story because of a character's reaction.
Jayne Rylon is amazing with her storytelling and Gregory Salinas' narrative of this book brings it to live. I loved it so much.
- P. Phan