[Review] With A Twist by Sawyer Bennett

 

 

Wyatt Banks is ready to give one woman the world. Unfortunately, his job as a cop tends to interfere with other goals. When Wyatt is sent deep undercover to investigate a sex slave ring, he doesn’t have time to do anything but focus on staying alive in a dark and dangerous underworld.

Wyatt isn’t alone though in his quest to save the women that are being sold into sexual slavery.

His partner, FBI Agent Andrea Somerville, is immersed just as deeply as he is, and she’s the bait to lure the sex slavers out into the open, as she poses as an erotic dancer in an attempt to snare the enemy. But danger runs as high as the sparks between them, and now Wyatt is caught between the job he loves and the woman he wants.

 **Book Received in Exchange for and Honest Review**
Sawyer Bennett is one of those authors that I know I can pick up a book and ♥ it.
With a Twist is Wyatt's story as he goes under cover to snare the nasty men. You know, the arseholes in every book.
For help he has Andrea Somerville an ex erotic dancer who knows how to work her body and the pole. ** my kinda girl **
But for the 1st half of the book we know them as Raze & Nicky O(rgasm).
They work in an strip club which they know to be producing sex slaves... so to speak.
Through the whole 1st half you feel the tension building between Nicky and Raze, and only when their cover is tested do the sparks attempt to fly... and then again once the job is done.
For the remaining story it's completely Wyatt and Andrea though as you follow their journey from sidekicks to lovers. Can I just say the way he approaches her when she's on the porch... I don't know it completely got me- especially when you read his version of it too.
I'll admit I was half expecting there to be a comeback from their sting in the 2nd part of it, but again I'm happy there wasn't because I guess their own issue was enough, but so completely worth it.
Even after I'd finished it, and I spent a few nights camping alone... I found myself thinking about the story. Not for the swoon factor of it, but just the plot and the characters and how amazing it was to read.
Literally, Sawyers books stay with me. They've always been there at the right times and they grab me.






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