Altered by Lead (Undercover Sinners #2) by CM Stunich & Tate James
My life will never be the same, altered by lead, damaged but not broken.
I’m becoming a new me.
I won’t run any longer; this time, I’m the hunter instead of the prey.
But it takes hard work, skill, and a bit of luck to catch a mob boss.
I’m going to need all three to survive this.
Especially when I’ve got five gorgeous a**holes for teachers—and occasional bedmates.
The Blackbirch Company.
The organization my new lovers work for, it’s just as dangerous as the criminals they’re paid to hunt.
So why am I so desperate to become one of them?
Either way, in their arms, I grow.
And I’ll become a force to be reckoned with.
**ALTERED BY LEAD is Book Two in the UNDERCOVER SINNERS trilogy. This is a romantic suspense with unapologetic anti-heroes and is fully intended for a mature audience.**
Title: Altered by Lead (Undercover Sinners Trilogy #2)
Author: CM Stunich & Tate James
Publication Date: February 24th, 2020
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; RH; Dark Romance;
Format: Kindle (198 pages)
I loved the 1st book so I was excited to get my hands on the 2nd one as soon as it went live, but I feel like I have mixed signals about it.
First, let me tell you that I loved and will read all of their books, because this duo is on fire.
Second, while I do enjoy hot, steamy scenes, I am also invested in a book where the plot has me on the edge of my seat. Altered by Lead is not you usual RH because these 5 men and you leading lady are the most sinners’ characters I have ever read. I had to block the part where they do some very filthy stuff and it involves a church.
While I was hoping to find out more of the plot, I feel like this book was 99% sex and 1% plot. Which of course, was in the end to bring on the guns and the mighty cliffhanger.
For me it was a bit disappointing because I like my heroines strong and less sex-addict and I understand character development, but sometimes It felt like she was just being used in a twisty way.
I remember my first 30% being aware on when the story needs to kick in, but it was ALL sex. And in the end, I was like… that’s it?????
So yeah… I can’t review this properly because I felt this was a halfway through book, which shouldn’t be counted as a full one.