Enforcer

Enforcer

by Katana Collins
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Enforcer by Katana Collins

A Full Length Novel

Worse than bad. Hotter than hot. These are the bad boys of the Harrison Street Crew, and they answer to no one. They take what they want. And what they want is you.

Ryan Gallagher is the one who does the dirty work. The brute force in the Harrison Street Crew, he lives to have the club all for his own one day. But the one thing he can’t have is Megan Mahoney—the one woman he’s loved since she was a teenager who needed saving.

Megan never forgot the all-consuming passion she felt for Ryan, her larger-than-life, wild teenage love. But coming from a hard, shocking past has left her broken and scared—and untrusting of the Harrison Street Crew. Ten years later, she’s back in Ryan’s world to claim a promise he made to her years ago. And even though she knows she shouldn’t fall for him, Ryan still has an explosive, sensual pull on her that she can’t ignore.

Ryan’s powerful love for Megan is the only thing that could ever soothe the tempestuous beast that roars in his soul. And when she comes back to him to aid her in a dangerous quest—a deadly revenge plot he swore he would be a part of years ago—Ryan can’t say no. He lives to protect this woman. He will die loving this woman. And as the stakes get higher, the love that they have kept hidden all these years explodes and goes further and deeper than either of them expected. But with a dark threat from Megan’s past thrust headlong into their lives, can their love win out?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781250127167
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 06/06/2017
Series: Harrison Street Crew , #3
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 90,647
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Katana Collins is lucky enough to love her day job almost as much as she loves writing. She splits her time evenly between photographing boudoir and newborn portraits and writing steamy romances in a variety of genres -- paranormal, contemporary, new adult and suspense, including The Harrison Street Crew series (Outlaw, Ex-Con).

She bounces between living in New York and Portland, Maine, with an ever-growing brood of rescue animals: a kind of mean cat, a very mellow chihuahua, and a very not mellow lab puppy... oh yeah, there's a husband somewhere in that mix, too. She can usually be found hunched over her laptop in a cafe, guzzling gallons of coffee, and wearing fabulous (albeit sometimes impractical) shoes.


Katana Collins is lucky enough to love her day job almost as much as she loves writing. She splits her time evenly between photographing boudoir and newborn portraits and writing steamy romances in a variety of genres -- paranormal, contemporary, new adult and suspense, including Outlaw, Ex-Con, and Enforcer.

She bounces between living in New York and Portland, Maine, with an ever-growing brood of rescue animals: a kind of mean cat, a very mellow chihuahua, and a very not mellow lab puppy... oh yeah, there's a husband somewhere in that mix, too. She can usually be found hunched over her laptop in a cafe, guzzling gallons of coffee, and wearing fabulous (albeit sometimes impractical) shoes.

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Enforcer 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Alyssa75 9 months ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Enforcer by Katana Collins Book Three of the Harrison Street Crew series Publisher: Swerve Publication Date: June 6, 2017 Rating: 3 stars Source: eARC from NetGalley Summary (from Goodreads): Worse than bad. Hotter than hot. These are the bad boys of the Harrison Street Crew, and they answer to no one. They take what they want. And what they want is you. Ryan Gallagher is the one who does the dirty work. The brute force in the Harrison Street Crew, he lives to have the club all for his own one day. But the one thing he can’t have is Megan Mahoney—the one woman he’s loved since she was a teenager who needed saving. Megan never forgot the all-consuming passion she felt for Ryan, her larger-than-life, wild teenage love. But coming from a hard, shocking past has left her broken and scared—and untrusting of the Harrison Street Crew. Ten years later, she’s back in Ryan’s world to claim a promise he made to her years ago. And even though she knows she shouldn’t fall for him, Ryan still has an explosive, sensual pull on her that she can’t ignore. Ryan’s powerful love for Megan is the only thing that could ever soothe the tempestuous beast that roars in his soul. And when she comes back to him to aid her in a dangerous quest—a deadly revenge plot he swore he would be a part of years ago—Ryan can’t say no. He lives to protect this woman. He will die loving this woman. And as the stakes get higher, the love that they have kept hidden all these years explodes and goes further and deeper than either of them expected. But with a dark threat from Megan’s past thrust headlong into their lives, can their love win out? What I Liked: Out of the three books in this series, Enforcer is easily my least favorite. It wasn't bad, but it just didn't have the same zest that Ex-Con and Outlaw had. Sure, I loved the bicker and banter between Ryan and Megan. But when it came down to it, I wasn't sold on the romance overall, and the climax and ending had way too much drama. I really enjoyed the series as a whole though. We meet Ryan and Megan in the previous two books, and we get hints of a past connection between the two. It turns out, Megan has been in love with Ryan since she was sixteen (ten years ago), and Ryan has been in love with her for just as long. On her twenty-first birthday, Megan decides to make a move on Ryan... and he rejects her. For Ryan, it's because Megan is Boots' daughter - and Boots was a father-figure to Ryan. But now Boots is dead and Megan is all grown up, and she is demanding that Ryan make good on this deadly promise that he made to her, ten years ago. He has protected her for all these years, and he'll keep doing so, even if he can't have her. But Megan is a fighter and she doesn't quit - and in this case, she won't give up on Ryan. I loved Megan - she is so tough and gutsy and she goes after what she wants. She survived a cruel and heartbreaking past, and she is stronger than ever. I like how she knows what she wants and follows through - not just with Ryan, but everything she puts her mind to. Megan argues with Ryan and HSC about everything, and doesn't let them push her around. Sometimes this could be a little annoying, but for the most part, I love how she never took no for an answer. Read the rest of my review on my blog, The Eater of Books! - eaterofbooks DOT blogspot DOT com :)
Cctheday 9 months ago
Pretty Good This book was pretty good. I enjoyed reading it. This was the first time I had read a book based on a car crew. I have read a bunch of books based off of motorcycle clubs and this book seemed to be right up that ally. I liked the fact that the book started out 10 years in the past and brought us to the present. It was nice to see Ryan and Megan's relationship grow. There were times when it felt like the main characters were arguing over stupid stuff that shouldn't be a huge issue but of course with every book there has to be some drama. While this is a book that I enjoyed it won't be a book I read over and over again. I do look forward to the next book in the series.
MBurton 9 months ago
3.5 Stars! Third book in the series focuses on Megan and Ryan. While each book in the series focuses on a different couple, there is a bigger picture to the full series. I would not advise reading this as a standalone if you want to understand everything that is going on. The big picture is a politician, Remy, is advocating cleaning up Southie of the car gangs to get elected. What you start to learn is Remy is dirtier than these car gangs he wants to eradicate. With each book his dirty hands are working in the background to set up individual members of the HSC. In this book we learn more about Megan, daughter to HSC member Boots and Ryan, another member. In the beginning we get a very clear picture of how horrible Megan and her sister, Shannon have it with their drugged up mom and her boyfriend who has no qualms touching underage girls. It's not a pretty picture the author gives us, but also a way to explain how Megan has become such a strong as nails woman in adulthood and the demons she is fighting. At 16, her dad finally learned enough about their living situation to get them out of their moms home. Ryan was there that day to help Boots and saw what Megan went through. He made a promise to her that she is now collecting 10 years later. I really like Katana Collins writing. For not really liking the car gang storyline, she has still pulled me into the story wanting to see how this plays out. You get a "Fast and the Furious" feel about these guys in the HSC with the street racing and stealing cars. There is also a biker feel with how they all stick together and watch each other's backs. All members are the anti-hero type. Deep down they are good men who do bad things to help others. There are triggers in this book with what Megan dealt with as a child. There is also a lot of push/pull between the main characters. Ryan is protective of Megan but also to the point of protecting her from himself. If you are a fan of this type of book, Katana Collins does an amazing job of writing an intense storyline that will pull you right into the story. ARC provided by NetGalley.