Glimmer: A Single Dad MC Romance Kindle Edition
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Both Ramsey and Jimmy are strong individuals who have people relying on them. Ramsey has just had her life upended. Her mother has terminal liver cancer, and she has just been phased out at her well paying job. I love that she still sees that as an advantage in that she now has moved back home semi-permanently to be with her mother. She does however, need a job and is on her way to an interview, when she is given an almighty fright by an overtaking motorcycle. At an opportune time, she decides, against her usual temperament, to give the sexy-ar$ed rider one hell of a tong up, only to find he ended up arriving at the same interview before her – as her potential boss.
Jimmy is a single father, on hiatus for the last five years from his MC family, the Brass, and looking to stay out permanently like his father before him. Jimmy is nothing short of a gorgeous single father who thought nothing of changing his whole life to ensure that his kids have the most stable and secure upbringing. This new life includes a successful bar and restaurant, and he requires an accountant. Unfortunately for him, the most promising candidate just behaved like an out of control crazy lady, so he’s having none of it.
It is through a dark comedy of errors, or coincidence that they keep bumping into each other, where further mis-understandings occur, and unbeknown to them both, Ramsey has already gotten to know Jimmy’s father and children, who both think she is just wonderful.
My only observation was, that on the face of it, Jimmy and his Dad seemed unlike any MC members that I know of, and perhaps I was stereotyping. They are ‘good men’! Hell yeah, I was surprised! It was later in the story that Ashley Munoz filled in the gaps, and their characters became way more believable. Especially when Jimmy’s MC leader demands a meeting after his five years away.
I loved everything about this book, from the well put together plot to right through to ever important secondary characters. I loved the definition of the ‘Glimmer.’ Everything is as I expected it should be, including my most favourite dual POV. Wow Ashely Munoz, in your first outing as an author, you have produced a read that had me glued to your pages as much as I have for any of my other favourite authors. 4.5 Stars!!
Ashley Munoz was a New-to-Me author. I very much look forward to reading more of her work and seeing what else she has for us!
In the beginning of the story, I was cheering for Ramsey and Jimmy right off the bat, waiting for them to finally grow closer and push the envelope on their relationship. To say this book was a slow burn was an understatement. It was a slow... slow... teasing... slow...burn and I found myself wishing they had taken their relationship just a bit farther before the conflicts arose, thereby testing the strength of their relationship. I loved the scenes of them together so much, that when reading the scenes between, I had almost lost their spark and would have to start all over again once they were together again. I loved the relationship Ramsey formed with Jimmy's kids and the kind of father Jimmy was. Sometimes, Ramsey's thoughts and processes would make me want to slap her even when considering what she had been through. My favorite parts of the book were the beginning and the end because I feel like those were the moments when the characters shined the most. This was my first MC read and overall, I'm happy with it. If you like MC books with a touch of romance, this book is for you!
Ashley did a great job on her first novel and I can't wait to see where she takes us on the next one!