When Doves Cry by Beth D. Carter

When Doves Cry by Beth D. Carter
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (165 Pages)
Other: M/F , M/F/M, Ménage
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Can two men, who don’t trust each other, protect a woman they both care for?

John Draven is vice president of the Red Wolves Motorcycle Club. While on a special run, he meets FBI Agent Cadence Vanaker again. Cade is the man who killed his cousin five years ago and the person he hates more than anyone. Now John is forced to work with him to take down a human trafficking ring operating in John’s hometown.

Cade wants more than anything to tell Draven he wasn’t the one who really killed his cousin, but he can’t reveal the truth and has to live with Draven’s hate as a result. When the two men find a woman half-dead and bound with zip ties, they both feel a need to protect her—and the need to be her only man.

Dove Aldrin is a sensitive young woman who was abducted and held prisoner. When she escapes, she falls into the path of two men determined to help her and to find the man responsible for treating her so cruelly. What she didn’t count on was falling for both John and Cade. How can she pick one over the other, especially when the two men despise each other?

This book was an entertaining read that I enjoyed very much.

The characterization in this story was amazing. Dove was incredibly strong and my favorite character. She was kidnapped, terrorized and left for dead, and she never stopped fighting to live. She refused to choose between Draven and Cade and was very open about wanting a relationship with both men. Then there was the complications that had to be resolved between the guys. It was nice how things worked out in the end and that Draven and Cade were able to work out their differences. Drama, suspense, red hot love scenes and a couple of twists that spiced up this fast paced storyline.

All in all, this book was an engaging read. The story grabbed my attention and had me hooked until the last page of the very lovely epilogue. Now, this is the third book in an ongoing series, but I really wouldn’t call it a stand alone story because past events made it confusing at first. I am happy to recommend this one, but suggest beginning with the previous books first.


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