by Teiran Smith

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Sophie doesn't care what anyone says--she wants Rooter. Labeled by the local news as a "vicious criminal," he is the very image of one. But the tattoos, muscles, and brooding countenance only manage to intensify her interest in him.

After Rooter saves her from a pair of dangerous thugs, Sophie begins to see the man behind the visage. Regardless of his treacherous past, and the dangerous secrets she can tell he is hiding, Sophie believes Rooter is a good man--one who will protect her with his very life.

Swept into a passionate love affair, Sophie realizes that while Rooter isn't as evil as everyone believes him to be, being with him isn't as easy and perfect as she envisioned. Danger, drama, and conflict await them at every turn. Further complicating matters is a woman from Rooter's past who refuses to leave them be.

When an accusation of a brutal crime is made, Sophie and Rooter's relationship is left reeling. Will they be able to come back from the edge of the precipice they find themselves on... or will their love end before they ever even have the chance to savor it?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157734589
Publisher: Tipari Books
Publication date: 09/21/2015
Series: Double H Romance , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 416
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Teiran is obsessed with the written word. When she's not writing, she's reading. She can get so lost in a story, be it one of her own or someone else's, that she won't even break away to eat, drink, or sleep. By the time she get's up from a story, she's usually dizzy from low blood sugar and suffering blurred vision.

Whenever she's not writing or reading, you will find her trying her hand at landscape photography, dabbling in abstract painting, and spending time with her husband, Scott, and their four legged child, Sasha.

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Rooter 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rooter is an amazing story full of passion, love and excitement. Could not stop reading it. Can't wait to see what the author does next.
Tracy Davlin More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. I love any story about bikers. I liked that he was so protective of her, but I thought she gave into him to easily. I can't wait to read the second book. ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing!!!! Couldn't put it down
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Sophie was a college student who had been raped which had help mold the person she is today. Jace Russo and Sophie are next door neighbors and Jace had been watching Sophie. But now Jace was Rooter was twenty five and a big bad biker with alot of tattoos and belonged to the One Percenter MC but he could also be kind and gentle. Lucy was twenty one and was insecure and a bit immature but she wanted to be with Rooter. Sophie has a gay friend Ryan who has always been there for her. Rooter sees her with Ryan and believes Sophie slept with Ryan. rooter won’t take her calls or read her texts. He then hooks up with Candace and parades he in front of Sophie . then Candace says she is pregnant and she comes first. Sophie always seems to be second even when rooter and Candace are no longer together. Candace goes over to Sophie’s and starts a fight and falls and tells rooter she lost the baby. Rooter blames Sophie . he believes Candace over Sophie. Then he hears how Candace revealed there was never a baby. I just didn’t like this whole story. Rooter supposedly loves Sophie but never belies her or believes in her. He also says some really nasty things for Sophie and she is suppose to take all he says and does and be okay with it. I just don’t believe that. Then some things are over described in this story like the meal Sophie and Rooter have. This also started a little slow. I would have liked to hear more of Sophie’s past. Rooter was disappointing also. It just didn’t do much good for me. I received an ARC of this story for an honest review.
HeatherZebell More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love the passion and intensity of Rooter and Sophies relationship and how they don't give up on each other even after all the drama I honestly couldn't put the book down and am SO excited to see what Teiran comes up with next!!!
MarieCarson More than 1 year ago
Teiran Smith gives us a fantastically well-written and irresistible urban romance novel. It's filled with twists and ups and down that threatens Rooter and Sophie's hope that keeps their relationship standing. "Rooter" is an enticing page-turner that leaves the reader with closure but yearning for the next in the series.
Laura_at_125Pages More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars Original review @ Have you ever had a book, looked at the name, looked at the cover, read the synopsis and thought “well this will be bad”? I totally thought that about Rooter. I get about 30-40 book review requests a month and generally only accept 5 or less. I try to do my due diligence with them and look into them before I decline. I will check out the Goodreads and Amazon descriptions, the synopsis, the star rating from other reviewers and the like before I decide. So when I received a request for a book titled Rooter-Sophie’s Obsession I was hesitant. Going to Goodreads I saw the cover and to be honest it looks to me like a Georgia O’Keefe painting, and not in the best way. And then I read the synopsis and I was done. Nope, this book was not for me. Then I noticed on the author page that the first three chapters were available on the authors’ website. I figured why not. So I read the first three chapters and then I emailed the author within about five minutes to get the book. Rooter has quite a few things going against it; the name (it is not about plumbers), the cover, the blurb, but what it does have is a solid story line. I am an avid SOA fan and this put me right back in the world of an outlaw biker club. Rooter and Sophie are neighbors and have each been harboring the feels for each other. Rooter knows his life style is not right for a nice girl like Sophie so he does everything in his power to push her away. The fair Sophie draws trouble like a magnet and Rooter can’t help but rescue her. The world created was rich and I kept picturing the two male biker leads as Jax and Opie and I was very pleased. The pacing was a little spotty and a sub story was not explored enough for my liking. The main characters were very fleshed out but some of the supporting cast seemed thrown in the mix for no real reason. But Rooter has heart and it has great possibility. This is the first in a series and with some polish I can see each successive book as must reads. So this was a good lesson for me to not judge a book by its cover (or name or blurb). I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.