Review: 5 Stars for Sawyer Bennett’s Wicked Choice

Review: 5 Stars for Sawyer Bennett’s Wicked Choice

Rachel Hart and Bodie Wright are nothing more than teammates. As mercenaries for hire with the elite Jameson Group, they have each other’s backs in the most dangerous of circumstances. But after a mission gone deadly wrong, Rachel does something she’s never done before. She crosses the professional line and takes comfort in Bodie’s arms.

One night of passion turns their lives upside down with a pregnancy neither of them expected, and one that Rachel was too terrified to ever want. Bodie, however, is a family man through and through, and he’s determined to raise their child alone if necessary.

The only common thread Rachel and Bodie have is their membership at The Wicked Horse, a sex club that lets them both fulfill their dirtiest fantasies with each other. As they become more intimately entwined, the strong, steady man with a heart of gold makes Rachel question everything she ever thought she knew about herself. Their wicked nights together make them so much more than teammates and Rachel is about to discover the choices she thought were the most difficult are actually the easiest ones to make.

 

 

Everything about Wicked Choice, from the hot as hell cover to the sweet as sin epilogue was fantastic and a great read. Every book in the Wicked Horse Vegas series, by Sawyer Bennett, just gets better and better. This one is definitely my favorite.

It helps that Wicked Choice has one of my favorite tropes: surprise pregnancy. Throw in the younger hero/older heroine trope and I’m over the moon. But, even without these two things I would’ve still loved this book. The chemistry between Rachel and Bodie is off the charts. They are sizzling together and the scenes in the Wicked Horse and behind closed doors are H.O.T. I’m not a huge fan of excessive sex scenes in a book, but Bennett kept it interesting every time.

And, I loved Rachel and Bodie. At 187 pages this isn’t a long book, but both characters had enough page time to really come to life. Rachel, especially, develops nicely over the course of the book. Her journey from career woman adamant about not having a child to someone who realizes that being open emotionally is a risk she’s willing to take was poignant and believable. Bodie, well, Bodie is amazing, start to finish. I absolutely adored him!

5 stars for Wicked Choice. Heat level: 4.5

Wicked Choice can easily be read as a standalone.

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for honest feedback.

Wicked Choice was published in January 2018 by the author.

Wicked Choice (The Wicked Horse Vegas Book 4)


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Since the release of her debut contemporary romance novel, Off Sides, in January 2013, Sawyer Bennett has released multiple books, many of which have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. A reformed trial lawyer from North Carolina, Sawyer uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From new adult to erotic contemporary romance, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

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