Is he a hero…or the villain?
When Elizabeth Ward sees Saxon Black rushing into the backroom of The Blade—a low end bar in Miami—she isn’t sure if he’s there to save the day…or just to raise some hell. But she’s being held hostage, and he’s her best hope of survival. Within minutes, she’s away from the jerks with the guns and riding fast and hard on the back of Saxon’s motorcycle.
Death stalks them.
Saxon has been working undercover for far too long. When he finds sexy Elizabeth—with a gun to her head—he knows he will do anything to keep her safe. But once he gets her away from her abductors, the threat to her isn’t over. Someone has put a price on Elizabeth’s head, and if Saxon can’t keep her safe from the danger stalking her, then she’ll be dead.
Their lives are both on the line.
As their enemies close in, Elizabeth and Saxon must go on the run. And the longer they are together, the hotter their attraction for one another seems to burn. Saxon vows not to let anyone hurt her, no matter what he has to do, because he’s falling fast for Elizabeth. He’ll stop the killers on her trail, and then he’ll have her. Forever.
I am a huge fan of Cynthia Eden's Mine series so when the latest installment, Mine to Have came out, I got right to it. Mine to have is Saxon and Elizabeth's story. We'd met Saxon in the previous book and I was really intrigued by him. He definitely lived up to all my expectations and I thoroughly devoured Mine to Have.
Elizabeth is our heroine. We dive right into the action from the first page itself with Elizabeth being rescued by Saxon. What she doesn't know is if Saxon is rescuing her or if he is just taking her hostage. Like all Cynthia Eden heroines, I loved Elizabeth. She was sweet and innocent yet brave. She was wildly attracted to Saxon yet she knew how impossible it was for them to ever really be together.
Then we have Saxon. He totally stole the show for me. Saxon is a foul mouthed, rough around the edges kinda guy. He has worked undercover for most of his life and now he just wants to get it over with. What he doesn't expect is to stumble into Elizabeth on his last case. He just can't let her go, try as he may.
I loved the chemistry between Elizabeth and Saxon. There were sparks flying all over the place. They had such a banter going on that I loved all the conversations between them. On the surface, the hope for Elizabeth and Saxon getting a happy ending was zero but they both worked for it. It just made the end result even sweeter.
We get to see many characters in Mine to Have. Victor, who is like Saxon's brother, had a major chunk of role and I think his book will be next. I am super excited for it. With amazing twists and turns, steamy romance and suspense, Mine to Have was a great addition to the Mine series.