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Helpless by [Adams, AJ]
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Length: 391 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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I opened the boot, and at the sight of the girl, Crush began grinning. “Hey, is that for me, too?”
“You can go fuck yourself!” The little tart blew up instantly. “You evil bastard, let me go!”
“Whoo! I like her!”
Crush is a man who enjoys performing to the stereotypical outlaw biker image. This time I could see he meant it, and so did the girl. She opened her mouth, spotted Crush’s cut and went very quiet.
“You can’t have her. She’s my collateral.” I pulled her towards me, snapped through her ankle ties with the box cutter and threw her over my shoulder. She muttered furiously, but she’d stopped fighting. I could feel her raise her head and look over the crowd of gathering Disciples. She shivered and went limp. I guess she didn’t like the look of the party.
Crush was still curious. “Collateral for what?”
“Alistair’s man took my Busa.”
“You’re shitting me!”

Fracas Macintyre has been in and out of trouble all her life but this time it’s worse than ever. In debt to a loan shark, she’s caught up in a war between the Alistairs, nicknamed The Irish Mob, and Belial’s Disciples, England’s nastiest MC. Kidnapped and at the mercy of Caden Winslow, Fracas is convinced that life is going to get very nasty indeed.

Caden Winslow is an ex soldier used to taking care of business. When an Alistair henchman steals his beloved Busa, he simply takes one of theirs hostage and expects a simple trade will solve the problem. However, Caden is about to be pulled into a war.

Warning: This book contains explicit scenes of dubious consent, graphic violence and sex. It is for adults only.

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  • File Size: 2125 KB
  • Print Length: 391 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019H38GG0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #179,720 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars 44 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great action and love!๐Ÿ’— 12 June 2016
By Carmen Baldwin - Published on Amazon.com
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I love MC romances and this story had the romance and suspension as well as action. Caden was a very strong bad boy but also so sweet to Fracas when he learned of her past and the abuses, it was so sad. Fracas was so strong in ways and so vulnerable in others, I loved her she was a good person, a lot people put her down but when Caden comes in her life she finds the acceptance to be her self. The MC is part of the story and Caden's brother another, loved all the characters. The ending is great, the bad people get what they deserve. Would recommend this to all romances readers.๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another winner from AJ Adams... 8 January 2016
By Fan - Published on Amazon.com
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This one from AJ Adams is a bit of a change - Peerage meets MC. Strange match-ups, but ultimately it works. Fracas (pronounced Freka in the UK) has led a very uncharmed life and she meets Caden, who while privileged in many ways, is also uncharmed. Although they are seemingly mismatched, they both grow throughout the book and ultimately really are well matched.

I didn't like Fracas at first. But as she seemed to grow, she definitely grew on me. I liked Caden throughout. One of the reviews mentions being disjointed and that the references to being in the mob were confusing. AJ Adams is very true to the East London slang way of speaking and that can be confusing, especially when the book location is in the UK (vs other books AJ wrote which are not UK based). Mob seemed really to be slang for the military, and if you google some of the other references the book will read a whole lot better. I've read every one of them - the first 4 were related - this one wasn't, but its definitely a good one in my opinion.

AJ Adams is truly a talented writer. I was really happy to see another one so soon after Deliverance (different but really good). If you haven't been reading AJ, start with Degas Girl, then The Bonus and read them all in order....

On a side note, I have seen references to AJ being a she....I truly have no idea if AJ is a she or a he - the writing tends towards the masculine; regardless, the books are all very well researched (esp with regards to the world political and military aspects). Truly a pleasure to read every time.
5.0 out of 5 stars Smiled while reading 28 March 2017
By Rad Ryder - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband pointed out that he can tell I'm enjoying a book because I smile as I read, and he can tell it's not a good book because I huff and cough hair balls while reading. During this book I was aware that I was smiling.

AJ Adams does a fantastic job with characters. Never one dimensional, always layered and generally likeable and relatable. This is the second AJ Adams book I've read and so far she is 2 for 2.
4.0 out of 5 stars Rags to riches 23 March 2016
By maddi - Published on Amazon.com
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Oh my goodness! I really had a great emotional ride reading this book! I loved Fracas and Caden! The rest of the characters were perfect as well! I loved the story of both characters and was really impressed with our crazy, fouled mouth girl Fracas. She held her head high and yeah, she broke down as well but that's what made it all real.

Through out the book I could not stop picturing Caden as John Cena! All that muscle!!

Anyways, I really enjoyed this book and if you like strong characters and a good storyline then you will like this book as well.

The only problem I had with the book is the writing. I would be reading along and then bam new paragraph that jumped to new scene that was days or weeks down the road or a flashback that just popped out of nowhere. I like a gradual change versus being thrown into it but if that does not bother you then this book is worth the time to read.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A fresh, funny and enthralling read! 9 April 2016
By sal69 - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed the characters and the dark, sweet and funny look at the world from the eyes of Fracas and Caden. This was an engaging read, my first book by this author , but I've since purchases another o. The strength of this. It's a romance of two damaged, broken souls, from very different backgrounds, coming together to heal themselves and one another, while still staying true to their characters.

I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for a fresh but gritty romance.