Thresh - Jasinda Wilder

Thresh

By Jasinda Wilder

  • Release Date: 2016-09-02
  • Genre: Suspense
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 384 Ratings)

Description

Thresh.

Just the name suggests power, dominance, danger...and the man himself? Oh man. I’ve never met anyone like him. Larger than life, exuding raw power. He’s a mountain of rugged, masculine sex appeal.

But I have walls that no man, no matter how big he is, has ever been able to break through. Thresh doesn’t know how to take “no” for an answer, though. He’s determined to get past all my defenses and show me what I’ve been missing.

The only problem is Thresh has enemies. Powerful, deadly, merciless enemies who have no problem using me to get to him. And Thresh is injured, one arm left useless.

Can Thresh singlehandedly take on armed and dangerous men out to kill us AND my freight train of emotional baggage?

Reviews

  • Fun

    4
    By Dkirkha
    The test - will I read another in the series? YES. I will skip some of the pages of sex scenes, although they are well written, not porn.
  • Very interesting story

    4
    By sbsbrinson
    Violence, sex, and then love are all part of this story. Thresh is a haunted character and Lola is just haunted by betrayal that truly transcends normal bounds. They begin to repair each other. Enjoy!
  • Thresh

    4
    By yellville
    There is lots of action as a security employee demands gun wound boo boos be treated by a certain single doctor. As their romance warms up so does the violence in a security operation. Hot sex is the theme
  • Overdone

    1
    By straighttalker198
    The guy’s character was so overworked!!! The fake narcissism and egotism. The girl was weak and mousy! Everything was over exaggerated!! The guy was supposedly 7 feet tall!! Only 0.005% of guys are close to 7 feet tall!! This was such a crappy, overstated, fantasy, never possible book!!
  • Thresh

    2
    By Bridgette D.
    I am glad this is imaginary because a person, especially a man does not come as many times and remain ready as Thresh was in this book which turned me off, same for Lola. I really did like the action of Cain's men looking for them and the fights, it just wasn't much of it that cartoon.which I thought was the best part of the book, other than the story of what Jeremy did to Lola. BD

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