REVIEWED by Caroline
TITLE: Sand Trap
SERIES: The Wyverns Book 4
AUTHOR: L M Somerton
PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing
LENGTH: 61 Pages
RELEASE DATE: May 2, 2017
Exposing secrets can be lethal.
Crow has had his eye on baby-faced Shelton since the young man became part of the Wyverns, but Crow is a committed Dom and unsure that Shelton is ready, or willing, to become his submissive. Getting trapped together during a dust storm provides an opportunity to find out.
When the dust settles, the winds have scoured the desert and uncovered a shallow grave full of bodies. Smuggling people across the border is big business and Crow knows that the traffickers will not want their gruesome secret revealed to the authorities.
When Shelton is taken and used as collateral, Crow and the Wyverns have to decide just how far they are prepared to go to serve justice and save Shelton’s life.
The Wyverns series is based around a pretty hard-core group of men who are all ex-Military or Police and who have left their previous jobs for less than noble reasons. They work for a man we know very little about righting wrongs without the restraints of the law. They are leather clad dominant men who work hard and play harder but underneath all their brawn and attitude are men who fall in love easily and protect the men they love with everything they have.
This is a bit different to the previous stories as both men are already members of The Wyverns although there is never any doubt about their roles within their relationship. Crow is a Dom through and through and he has been circling Shelton for weeks before he plucks up the courage to ask, or perhaps demand, that they go off on a camping trip together.
The trip starts out well but goes to hell before too long and Crow is left without the man he has only just plucked up the courage to make his. The chase is on as the men must decide just how far they will go for one of their own.
I always enjoy this authors story’s and fall easy for the men that we are introduced to. There is an element of insta love/relationship here due in part to the short length of the story itself. Crow is sure of himself very quickly and once the journey starts he has no qualms about telling the world that Shelton belongs to him and will stop at nothing to get him back and take him home.