- File Size: 1188 KB
- Print Length: 298 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Twelve Oakes Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (November 10, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 10, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013R6F84Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,576 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A young woman raising her niece on her own and caring for a sick mom in hospital is tough to do when money is scarce and yet she is too proud to take charity and will do anything (including trying to strip) to make ends meet. When that profession becomes too much to consider, she is left to find another way and here comes Dawson to the rescue.
The characters in this first book were all fairly colorful and the storylines were interesting enough to make me want to read more...especially since the cliffhanger was such an OMG one and I really want to find out what happens with a certain young lady the club is keeping as a "guest". Grab it while it's only 99 cents for the next few days!
**** 4 **** "he has a huge heart inside that gruff exterior" stars
First off I wasn't sure what to expect with this book when the author asked me to read and review First Ride as I haven't read anything by Tara before. Well, that's about to change as I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
This book sets us up for the rest of the series so there were quite a few details that needed to be conveyed. I absolutely loved how big tough Dawson, the Slayers Prez felt an overwhelming need to help our heroine, Molly, or as he calls her, Angel. Molly is in desperate need of money to keep Sasha and her Mom safe and healthy. Dawson for the first time in his life finds himself wanting to help Angel and when she asks why...
'"There's something about you, Angel. Something I've never seen in another person before." I feel his mouth nuzzle into my hair. "Something in your eyes. I've only ever seen it in the mirror, looking back at me. A raw determination. No expectations, knowing you can't count on anyone but yourself. Fierce stubbornness. I don't know why, but I don't want you to feel that. I don't want that for you..."'
The attraction between Dawson and Angel is red hot! She hasn't been with anyone in a while and Dawson on the other hand, well, you know, he's the Prez of the MC and has the women falling at his feet. But the minute he sees/meets our heroine, he's not interested in anyone else and I loved that. He wants her, but he can't quite figure out why.
The more we learn about her and Sasha's life, the more I fell in love with her tenacity and determination to do everything on her own and do whatever is necessary to protect Sasha and her Mom. Unfortunately for Angel, Dawson doesn't take no very easily and things between them combust and in a VERY good way. And when things rapidly change in their lives, things begin to happen that could possibly threaten anything that might mean a HEA for our H/h. And these are very bad things.... can Dawson protect his Ol' Lady and Sasha? Can he handle the outside influences that could take them away from him? Does the MC stand behind Dawson and his determination to protect Angel and those important to her? You'll find out when you read this great book!!!
I'd have given this five stars, but there are some pesky little grammar issues Ms. Oakes needs to address that happen just often enough to become annoying. First, she needs to look up the words "lose" and "loose" so that she uses the one she really means. She may also want to refresh her understanding of when to use "you and me" and when she'd be better off using "you and I." Ms. Oakes writes too well to keep mis-stepping on these.