Wicked Ride by Rebecca Zanetti

wicked rideTitle: Wicked Ride
Series: Realm Enforcers bk 1
Author: Rebecca Zanetti
Genre: Paranormal

Alexandra Monzelle is a hard-fighting, heat-packing Seattle vice cop, and she’s not much interested in being protected. Her short skirt and sex-kitten heels are tools to lure her suspects into talking about the deadly new drug hitting the streets. She can take care of herself and then some. Unfortunately, she can’t seem to get that through to Kellach Dunne.

Kellach is a fresh import from Dublin, and he’s landed at the heart of a vicious motorcycle club that deals in guns, narcotics, and mayhem. He’s all male, all rough power—and all interference in her damn investigation. Maybe he’s one of the good guys. Maybe not. Lex knows an affair with an immortal like him would risk everything. No matter how delicious he looks.

Thoughts: I’m fairly new to Zanetti’s books, but if her other books are like the few I’ve read, this one being my 3rd I’ll be going back and reading her backlist. 

Realm Enforcers is a spinoff from her Dark Protectors series, and while I’ve not read those books I didn’t feel lost to much reading this book. Though I will be going back and reading that series so I understand better who all the players are.

The world that Zanetti has created is unique and full of twists and turns, that I’m still trying to figure out days after I’ve finished reading the book.

There is a lot going on in this book, from the drug that Lex is hunting down to who the bad guy really is, and whether or not they can trust each other. It was a page turner from start to finish, so much so that I was up til the wee hours reading it. And wanted more.

The attraction between Lex and Kellach was immediate and troublesome for both of them. I was never quiet sure if they were going to at it or kill each other. When it goes from complicated to really complicated Zanetti pulled the  gloves off and put these two through the ringer.

As if the issues between Lex and Kellach weren’t enough we get one of the best set of secondary characters I’ve read in a long time. So much so at times they almost stole the scene from the main characters. Because of this I can’t wait to see what Zanetti does with them.

Grade B+

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