Hard as Steel may be book four in a series, but I was able to read it as a stand alone. Steel and Nichole are falling for one another, while working on a disturbing case. The love story part of this is easy, but the real interest lies in the mystery girl who has to recover her memories. Those parts were my favorite. The action and suspense really pick up near the end, and I could see myself reading the next book. The only thing that kept this from 5 stars was that the writing and grammar were choppy or a little rough at times. But I loved the poems throughout.
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