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Hell on Wheels: Black Knights Inc. Mass Market Paperback – August 7, 2012
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" For romance fans that adore some action packed story lines this is the book for you!" - Book Whisperer
"Fun, sexy, and fast paced... " - Blithley Bookish
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"A darn good book; it was a great suspense novel, with lots of great romance in it..." - A Bluestocking's Place
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This is my first time reading this author and I thought this book started off with a great story. It had great potential and so I kept reading it hoping it would fulfill that. I WAS SO ANNOYED!!! Early on in the book, the main female character is being questioned about certain events by this elite group of ex-military people. All really tough guys who have been through a lot (thank you to all our military!!! Love you all!) and she slaps her hands on the table and tells them all to stop it or she is going to cry. WHAT??? Shut up, really???
And they had to get from Chicago to Jacksonville NC urgently to get a USB drive but the big tough ex-military guy will not get on a commercial airline??? And then they refuse to take her Prius so have to ride a motorcycle all the way because it's safer??!!! Come ON!!!
I really wanted to like this book but it drove me nuts. If this is a normal example of this author's writing style, I will not read another book of hers.
HELL ON WHEELS is the first book in Julie Ann Walker's new Black Knights Inc series and what an amazing new series this is!!!
I am a huge fan of romantic suspense so when I came across these books on Amazon, I knew I had to read them. I was extremely lucky to gets ARCs of the first three books in the series and I am so happy I did. Once I finished the first book I couldn't wait to start the second. I ended up reading all three books in 2 days. I am a sucker for tortured heroes and the "big brothers best friend" relationship so this book was right up my alley.
Black Knights Inc is a group of ex-military men working as a top secret private agency under the guise of a motorcycle shop that is owned by Becky "Rebel" Reichert, who is one of the team members younger sister.
This is the story of Nate "Ghost" Weller and his best friend Grigg Morgan's baby sister, Ali Morgan. Nate has always been attracted to Ali since the very first day he met her. He was also threatened by Grigg that very moment he met Ali that Grigg would kill him if he ever touched her LOL. So, Nate has always tried to limit his time near Ali so she would never find out how he felt. Now that Grigg is gone, Nate still feels obligated to not betray his best friend and stay away from Ali. Nate is also tormented by Griggs death and feels extremely guilty. After delivering the news of Grigg's death to Ali and her parents, Nate and Ali share comfort with each other. He knows now, more than ever that anything between him and Ali could never be, because when she finds out the truth about what really happened to Grigg, she'll never forgive him. Nate decides to just leave Ali alone. That is until Ali shows up at the Black Knights Headquarters and needs protection.Read more ›
You would enjoy this book if you like reading material that was written for a 12 year old. The author liked to use words like "H E double hockey sticks, gosh dang, geez, but then she would throw in the F-word. It was really awkward for me to read. It was a total waste of money and time.
I am pretty sure my 13 year old could write a better book.
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Great Story! Kept me wanting more and I loved the protagonists! Definitely would recommend it to those looking for a suspenseful read. Go get it!Published 1 day ago by Jenna Hodge
This is by far the best and longest book I have read in years, possibly even decades ! I consider myself a Biker and can even relate to a lot of the events and some of the... Read morePublished 4 days ago by PTB
This is the first book that I have read by this author and it won't be the last. Story moved quickly and the plot was really good. Very enjoyable.Published 10 days ago by C. Roll
This is my first Julie Ann Walker book. I'm sure it won't be the last. There was mystery, excitement, at times almost laugh out humor, tears, and romance all wrapped up in a good... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Janine
Great book. Loved the characters, Ali is brave but loses her lunch.... often, and Nate....sexy as hell, yum. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Kel Donovan
I loved this book so much so I just read it for the second time and enjoyed it as much as the first time, I loved sweet, strong Ali with her weak stomach and strong tormented Nate.Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
This review is not only for the story but especially for the audiobook. As others have mentioned the author used childish language spoken by the heroine to depict an innocence... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Groovy Grammie