Series: Predators MC #4
Published by Young Ink Press on May 30, 2018
Source: Kindle Unlimited Subscription
Also by this author: Standing His Ground: Greer, Rider's Revenge, T.A., Shade's Fall, Shade, Lucky's Choice, Winter's Touch, Sex Piston, Fat Louis, Crazy B!tch
There are some days it just doesn’t pay to get out of bed.
My girlfriend kicked me out. Then, even my dog didn’t want me, so he ran away. My boss fired me when I called to let him know I was going to be late. And to put the cherry on top of the crap sundae, I accidentally doused a woman in water who had more followers than brain cells.
As if becoming one of the most hated men in Queen City wasn’t bad enough, some lunatic was stalking the popular life coach I had soaked. The fucker should be running from Zoey, not watching, especially with me protecting her. Some fuckers must learn the hard way, and I’m going to be the one to teach him. You don’t mess with anyone who belongs to a Predator.
It was a perfect day … until I met Stump.
I found a new friend, reached half a million followers, and was on the brink of putting my past behind me when the crazy biker accused me of stealing his dog. To make matters worse, he then blamed me for people hating on him. He did that with no help from me. I don’t blame the dog for running away. I would, too, if I belonged to him.
My skills as a life coach don’t work on him. I might not be able to change the irritating Predator, but I’m not above using him to catch the one who wants me dead.
Stalked by Jamie Begley has to be the worst story I’ve ever read by Begley. When I was starting its story I was patience to see exactly where she was going with Zoey and Stump’s story. When thing started to get choppy with the story’s flow and direction, except for the ‘feelings’ Zoey and Stump felt for each other – still too early in my opinion – I still tried to understand where it was solidified that Zoey and Stump even liked each other. If anything Zoey just wanted Stump to not hate her and Stump almost begrudgingly tolerated her.
Stalked left me scratching my head wondering what the heck I just read!
Once I was able to finish Stalked I became a firm believer that its story was to act as the bridge that would setup Ginny’s story. Zoey really wasn’t the target of the stalker, nor was she the one being seriously stalked, except for a few instances in the beginning. I hate to sound critical of a story that a beloved author wrote, I just hate the poor quality in which this story was written. I would’ve preferred Zoey to be one of the characters that’s just mentioned in passing, there wasn’t much to Stalked, past the beginning, that I felt she and Stump deserved their own book.
Sadly, even The Last Riders’ and the characters from Begley’s VIP Rooms series couldn’t and didn’t save this story. The only redeeming quality I found within Stalked was Hannibal. Yes, the dog made Stalked bearable.
I’ve made it no secret that The Predator’s series is my least favorite out of this world that Begley has created, but I could at least say that I somewhat enjoyed their stories (well, except for Penni and Jackal’s). Stalked was a serious fluff piece that could’ve worked as part of the anthology she released just recently.