Review: Harley: Stealing Happiness by Danielle Norman

☆☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

About the Book:

I’ve been attracted to one man for years, fellow deputy Aiden McGuire. Our chemistry is off the charts; we argue and banter in front of our friends.

But what no one sees is that I sneak over to his apartment at night and once again our chemistry is off the charts.

I have no clue how long he can keep our secret.

Me? I can keep it forever because I’ve been keeping another one since I was little. My biggest fear is that people discover that I’m not the sharp-tongue, confident, sex kitten that I pretend to be.

When I offer to help my cousin Ridley, the president of the Blood Roses, a vigilante—all ladies MC, my past comes back to haunt me.

Will I be able to keep it all together, my childhood secret, and Aiden, or will my world collapse like a row of dominos, one after the other. 




My Thoughts:

Harley is one of those characters you can’t help but love.  She is feisty and stubborn, but she has a secret or two.  In the latest installment of author Danielle Norman’s Iron Orchid series, she has given readers great characters and off-the-charts chemistry.

Swoon-worthy Aiden is the perfect foil for the sassy heroine, Harley.  I don’t know how Harley can keep her relationship with Aiden casual, because he would clearly make any woman’s life better.  I loved the flirty banter between these two characters.

When Ms. Norman throws a wild, unanticipated twist into the story, the pace takes off and Aiden and Harley reach a fork in the road.  I haven’t read the prior books in the series, but I truly enjoyed Harley, Aiden and all the drama of the storyline.  The story has a good pace and the plot flows nicely. I predict readers will enjoy finding out which fork of the road Aiden and Harley take, and if they take the same one!  

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