Savage Collision (Hawke Family, #1) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Jenni Bishop

Savage Collision (Hawke Family, #1)Savage Collision by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Danika Eriksson is a woman on a mission, a mission to save her baby sister from the man who has seemingly drawn her into the seedy side of life, a strip club. She is like a dog with a bone and is hell bent on giving the man what for. She is intelligent, feisty and outspoken and not one to back down. When she comes face to face with one Savage Hawke she gives him a piece of her mind an unapologetic piece at that. What she didn’t expect however was her attraction to him. I love the way our heroine doesn’t stay away from a good confrontation and speaks her own mind especially when it comes to those she loves most.

Savage is certainly surprised when confronted by this woman who waltzed her way into his club to give him a piece of her mind. Hell he may even like it. God knows his past has been one hell of a struggle with a monumental secret. But he has built a good life and has come so far in a few short years.

Together they could be good but will the threats be too much and could a good thing be over before it even starts? Will Savage be able to save his girl or will she be lost forever? Can Savage overcome his past to really see his future? Has Dani bitten off more than she can chew?

I love the way things develop between our two main characters, especially when she realises Savage is really a good guy an exceptionally sexy one at that. I also enjoyed the little twists the author weaved within the story. It is filled with love, romance, suspense and regret. There were moment when I was biting my nails as things develop but there were also times of emotion that threatened to spill over.It is certainly a rough road for these two and I was rooting for them all the way. I also loved that our heroine was so freely able to speak her mind and what she actually said often had me laughing out loud. I can’t wait to see what the Gwynn has in store for us in the future books of this series.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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