- Series: Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club (Book 4)
- Paperback: 212 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 1, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1518834809
- ISBN-13: 978-1518834806
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 33 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,512,965 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Bash, Volume II (Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club) (Volume 4) Paperback – November 1, 2015
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Angelica has had far from a charmed life, but she’s still the princess of the Atlanta RTMC chapter as the daughter of its president Bud. She loves her biker family but has made a decision she wants to live outside that world.
The connection between Bash and Angelica began years ago but since she left for college, they have not been in each other’s lives. Now they are both in Chattanooga and the chemistry is undeniable and irresistible.
I loved the beginning of this story. Some have complained about the story being broken into three books. I HATE serials, but this did not come across as such to me. This story was so complete and involved, it needed to be delivered in snippets. It was NOT someone including a bunch of filler in order to spread a story out and keep charging. This was a nearly 800 page story and every word was necessary and riveting. I simply waited until all three were available and read them back to back.
Absolutely worth it!
(I AM INCLUDING THIS REVIEW ON ALL THREE BOOKS)
With all three installments of Bash now released, I decided to re-read Duke and Brain before diving into Bash. Now that I’m done, I’m still trying to process what I just read. Ms. Blevins definitely added a lot more BDSM into Bash than she has previously in this series. At times I felt like I had stepped into one of her Safeword books which I liked, but went a bit beyond my BDSM comfort zone. Just a warning, Bash gets rough. Really, really rough. No doubt, a lot of the sex scenes were hot, but several made me a tad uncomfortable.
The structure of the story within Vol II was spot on. Bash emerged as a more likeable character and I breathed a sigh of relief. His relationship with Angelica was solidifying and in turn I became more invested in their characters.
A couple of little niggling issues I can’t let go unmentioned. I don’t mind ménages, but Bash had such a hard time with it, why Angelica didn’t just scrap the idea was beyond me. She wasn’t as TSTL as she was in the first book, but there was a huge dumb move at the end that contributed to the cliffhanger. Unfortunately, she wasn’t alone, they all seemed to have lost their brain cells thinking it’s okay to go alone to have a beauty treatment when the bad guys are threatening mayhem.
I realize the current trend is away from paranormal romance and back towards contemporary. I've always been a believer that there is room for everything, and I have missed having really strong, substantive paranormal worlds in which to escape. That is why it is always a real pleasure, and one I will sing long and loud about, when a stellar storyteller combines both into a series that just keeps getting bigger and badder and ultimately begins to take on a life of its own.
Bash, Part Deux. Bash, Plus. Plays on words don't even begin to cover just how much Ms. Blevins has upped the ante in this instalment. No give-aways here, but suffice it to say there is more action, more intrigue, and more intelligent plot points than I have seen or read in a long time. And they not only lead to what I am certain will be a very satisfying finish in Bash Volume III, but also to another three or four potential character stories involving the entirety of the Kirsten O'Shea Universe.
This book, or series of Volumes is about the RTMC, make no mistake, but those tantalizing glimpses into the other supes provides a delicious co-mingling of character and world, and about makes a reader giddy with the possibilities.
But I digress; this is about Bash and Angelica. The expanding, quite realistic contemporary plot is beautifully and seamlessly woven into a paranormal world, spotlighting two strong, capable and infinitely likeable characters who fit in either world. Or both worlds.
Once again, our heroine is smart and savvy and no shrinking violet, while at the same time, being all Bash's. Bash is sometimes frighteningly dark, but full of complexities that make him somehow relatable, and utterly steadfast in his commitment to his brothers and his woman. All very human traits magnified by the fact that they are also wolves.
It all just works. It is, very simply, a brilliant read.
...Not to mention, brilliant cover art, because my fellow readers...*that* is Bash!