Mad Sea by K. Webster
on September 13th 2016
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I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Motorcycles and the ocean are my only loves. Until Hali. Every Sunday, I exchange my mancard for a punch on my pink frozen yogurt card. Just to see her. This is what stalkers do, you see. I’ll do whatever it takes to catch one tiny glimpse of her bright smile—a smile she shines upon me, even if only for a few brief moments—to light up my usually dark, lonely world. Hello, my name is Madden Finn. And I’m in love with a girl who doesn’t even know my name.
***Mad Sea was originally created as a story for an anthology. There were size constraints which explains the short length of this story. Because of this, the story is sweet, to the point, and all kinds of instalove. If you’re looking for a quick, lovable read that is quite outside your normal reading zone, then you’re going to love this.***
You have come to the right place if you are looking for a story that’s a bit over the top, super sweet, insta-love with an alpha bad*ss biker Hero. Throw in mermaids and mermen, an overbearing father and a touch of danger and I knew this was the book for me.
“Life always has a plan. You may think you can run from it. Outsmart it. Outplay it. But in the end, it’s going to find you. And it’ll be the best thing that’s ever happened to you.”
Mad Sea is a the story of Madden, the tough alpha leader of a motorcycle gang who is keeping a gigantic secret from almost everyone he knows. When he meets the incredibly sweet and sexy Hali and falls head over tail for her, they need to share their secrets.
“I leave a home that has welcomed me over the past decade to move on to my new home—a home that has nothing to do with a roof over my head, but everything to do with a door to my heart.”
I loved the balance of steamy and fun and I absolutely adored the surprise twists and the way they unfolded!! Mad Sea is a super quick easy read that is definitely worth a click.
“Little cherub of the sea, come and play with me.
Come and play with me, dearest cherub of the sea.
Please come play with me,
In the mad, mad sea.”