- File Size: 2917 KB
- Print Length: 218 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Elizabeth Lee (February 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019B80H4A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,170 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Clutched (Wild Riders Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Hoyt was such a fun character to unravel. I love how Elizabeth Lee depicted his struggle to retain a professional distance, adding to the already sky high tension between this couple. As the story progresses, Hoyt’s character experienced some significant growth, learning to let go of his tight grip on life and allowing himself to simply feel. The genuine happiness that Chayse added to his life made my heart soar and it brought out a passion and sweetness in Hoyt that was utterly swoon-worthy. I absolutely adored Chayse. Elizabeth Lee unfolds Chayse at a natural pace, her hesitancy to let Hoyt in and lingering insecurities giving her an authenticity readers can truly appreciate. Chayse was fearless and feisty in a way that leant itself to plenty of witty and sarcastic banter, keeping me laughing and totally transfixed by her wild heart and beautiful spirit.
I absolutely devoured this story, caught up in the thrill of the motocross world and the excitement of Chayse and Hoyt’s careers. I loved seeing more of Reid, Nora, Brett, and Georgia – their appearances throughout the story giving Clutched that comfortable familiarity that has made it so easy for this series to steal my heart. Elizabeth Lee demonstrates significant growth as an author with this novel and the series as a whole. Her writing is exquisite and her mastery of the craft is evident in the meticulous series development, effortlessly overarching storylines, and heartwarmingly interconnected characters. As the timelines overlapped, each novel in the Wild Riders series easily filled in the story of the others, leaving me with a deeply satisfying sense of completeness at the end of Clutched. The Wild Riders series is without a doubt my favorite to date from this talented author and it is undoubtedly one I will return to again and again.
I LOVED Chayse and Hoyt. There's just no other way to put it. The idea of a female professional motocross rider was appealing from the beginning. I love seeing women in books in roles other than the simpering virgin or any other stereotypes we see frequently. Chayse was strong and had a bad attitude (which was understandable, given some of the things she'd dealt with in the past) but I still loved her. She was sassy. But she was also vulnerable. In other words: human. Hoyt was sexy, swoony and sweet. He's definitely one of my new favorite book boyfriends. I loved that we got both Chayse and Hoyt's POV during this book, too.
The timeline of Clutched does cause it to overlap parts of the first two books, but from a different perspective and I really liked that. It felt like I had the whole story now. One of my favorite things about this book is that we get the WHOLE story of Chayse and Hoyt... from their very first meeting when she learns he will be coaching her. I loved watching these two grow from people who could barely stand each other to friends and eventually to more. It made it all the more real and I got all the feels along the way.
Clutched was everything I wanted and more. I had high hopes going into this book and every single one of them was exceeded. I love a forbidden romance and this one definitely ticked that box. It was sexy as hell and Hoyt had me swooning all over the place. Chayse and Hoyt were perfectly matched and I really enjoyed going along for the ride and waiting for them to figure out what was obvious to me from the very beginning. Getting to catch up with Reid and Nora and Brett and Georgia was a bonus, too. I adore them all and it was great to see how their lives were progressing since their respective books ended.
Wild Riders might be over (*tears*) but I'm hoping we'll see more of these characters in the spinoff, Below the Surface. After reading this book, I'm totally intrigued by Dani and I can't wait to get her story.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
“She might be a motocross rider, but she’s still a girl and whether you like it or not she has feelings.”
“I’m never going to be able to let you go,” he whispered.
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