- File Size: 2697 KB
- Print Length: 394 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 3, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N8S65X4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,317 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Meeting Rad and Willa, two people for whom Fanetti allows readers to know intimately through her beautiful words and brilliant story-telling exceeded all my expectations. From the very first moment they met I could feel their connection and as Rad barged right into Willa’s neatly and lonely crafted life I felt that connection so much stronger. There’s a quality seemingly ethereal about the connection between these two. The raw honesty of these characters shows both vulnerability and steadfast commitments in regards to their feelings. These two perpetuate what I love most about Fanetti’s MC romances. That being the angst is driven from outside forces and events. Her characters are strong and the push/pull of their feelings doesn’t come from them as people but towards the circumstances surrounding them.
As thought provoking as always, Crash blazes a trail in an MC world where justice, propriety, and basic human decency bases itself upon good versus evil. How we view the world and how simple-minded men with a very distinct moral code view the world and why the difference can be quite humbling. As outlaws are perceived as bad men we get to focus on why, very acutely, they are not. In the same experience we see a woman shut off from life due the dangers she’s faced previously. We fall in love with her strength and her resilience. She’s seen and be handed pure evil yet she picks herself up with a clear sense of who she is and who she wants to be. These characters are inspired in a world full of danger yet complete with love and loyalty.
Crash provided everything and more that I love in a Susan Fanetti MC book. I’m so excited to see where this author takes us with this club. I already fell hard to the entirety of the club with this one story and want a book for each member I met, including those already with old ladies. If you haven’t yet read an MC Romance by this author Crash could be a good place to start as Fanetti takes you back in time a bit to 1995 before her other MC stories play out and the way those stories interact with each other will be interesting to watch. I’m excited about this new venture and about the Bulls. I’m beyond ready for more. Intelligent and literary, gritty and sexy - Crash is perfect MC Romance. All the stars and all the thanks to this author; her gift for story telling continually sates my reading soul.
RAV is a fairly uncomplicated man who lives a a complicated world of danger. I really liked him. Willa is a nurse who is self-confident and very aware of the dangers that can enter her life. She also has a wonderful Pit Bull named Ollie......sweetest pup!
We get dangers, drama, hot stuff, and two who fall in love and take prisoners later. It's a wonderful love story. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Thank you Dear Authoress.
I'm usually leery of books that take place in the past, but I appreciated the twenty-year flashback to the nineties. It was seamless and didn't take me out of the story in the slightest. I've read MC novels that are way, way over the top with sexually explicit violence. Crash has plenty of violence, but none of it out of place or seeming unnecessary. There was no sense of pandering to the gut clench of revulsion I so often get within the MC genre. I'm picky about sex scenes too, skipping over any that are too long and overly detailed, and I skip over a LOT. Not in Crash.
There was also a depth of character I am unaccustomed to in romance, and appreciated more than I can say. A very, very good read and an author I'm delighted to know.