Reckless by Beth D. Carter

Reckless by Beth D. Carter
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short story (56 pages)
Heat Level: Hot
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

When a tragic accident changed the course of his life, Mason Lake was forced to leave his Apache roots behind. He made a life for himself at Harlan Securities, being known as the calm, rational man who runs the office. He also lives with the love of his life, Carrie Fenway.

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Even as he tries to maintain control, Carrie’s life is thrown into danger, forcing Mason to reconcile with the recklessness that’s always lingered under the surface of his calm demeanor.

Mason had never thought he’d return to the Reservation and the desolate community he had grown up in, but after his grandfather died Mason wanted to pay his respects. When the past conflicted with his present Mason finds himself in serious trouble and a moment of recklessness changes his life forever.

This fast-paced short story was full of espionage and mystery. I really enjoyed watching Carrie and Mason connect all the pieces together to figure out what was happening. The relationship between Carrie and Mason was long-standing and intensely sexy, but I enjoyed how even after being solid for so long they still were learning and discovering new things about each other. The sex between them was explosive – but it was all the intrigue and the slick way they worked together to solve the puzzle of what was threatening their company that really had me turning the pages quickly to find out how it all resolves itself.

Readers who enjoy spy/espionage styles of stories should really enjoy this. I love the strength and commitment between Carrie and Mason – I found them really compatible and well-suited on every level. While a lot of the story has Mason and Carrie scrambling to try and piece together who is trying to revenge past sins I enjoyed the fact that this helped Mason and Carrie strengthen their romance and learn even more about each other. Rather than doubting or letting their enemies weaken them they trusted each other fully and that was something I really loved reading.

With plenty of action and romance this was a great short story that I really enjoyed.

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