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Reaper's Fire (Reapers Motorcycle Club) Paperback – August 9, 2016
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Praise for the New York Times bestselling series
“Raw emotion and riveting characters, I fell in love from page one!”—Katy Evans, New York Times bestselling author of Manwhore
“Wylde takes no prisoners as she tempts readers back into [this] dark and volatile world....[Her] powerful voice and dynamic characters keep this series fresh, addictive, and pure, unadulterated fun.”—*RT Book Reviews (4 1/2 Stars, 2014 Erotic Romance Winner)
“Sex that blisters the imagination, resulting in a thrill ride as raw as it is well written.”—Publishers Weekly
“Joanna Wylde has a great voice in this genre...This is such a well-done motorcycle club book.”—USA Today
“I loved this book. It's raw, gritty, and incredibly sexy…very real and very dangerous and I couldn't stop reading. The sexual tension is off the charts...prepare to get seriously hot under the collar. Sexy, dark, realistic and yet romantic.”—SeattlePI
About the Author
Joanna Wylde is the New York Times bestselling author of the Reaper’s Motorcycle Club novels and the Silver Valley series.
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When they meet, Tinker is back in Hallies Falls having left her husband and is now taking care of her father and growing her business. The attraction is immediate but Gage is living a lie. And this lie is the main story line. Everything about Gages "assignment" in Hallies Falls screams drama.
To worm his way into the Nighthawks club house, Gage takes a new identity and starts up a hook-up with the club Presidents crazy sister Talia. This girl is scary and every scene with her made me cringe. Wylde has a way with creating an anxiety inducing story lines and expertly weaves in situations and activities that leave the reader anticipating bad things...really bad things! She doesn't shy away from the hard realities of illegal activities in an MC club.
Tinker is probably one of my favorite JW heroines. The love she feels for her family and friends makes her endearing and she's strong and sensible. Gage is...a bit dangerous. The draw she feels is mostly pheromones, but over time, his real self can't help but show through his act. For the most part, Gage is likeable. He's a bit cocky but his confidence is well earned. However, there is "claiming" a woman, and there's "taking" a woman, and he runs perilously close to crossing the line with her. She's no pusher-over and when things go sideway, she's smart to push back. His devotion to the club "Reaper forever, forever Reapers" is admirable but this plan is just insane and only drives a wedge between them.The wedge being Talia Jackson. Ugh, Talia...She lives a scary reality. To say she's utterly despicable is probably too nice. She's a $*** stirrer of epic proportions and everything she does left me squirming. And her brother Marsh is a nightmare and I have a feeling we haven't seen the last of them.
The story is well paced and completely held my attention. Although life got in the way and I couldn't read it in one sitting, it was the type of book where I reluctantly put down for the night and anticipated picking it up the next chance I had. If you've been reading the series this is a must read and if you haven't started the series, get to it. 4.5 stars and recommendation!
Cooper aka Gage is in Halle Falls, Washington, working to infiltrate the Nighthawk Raiders MC and figure out what's gone awry with this club. The Reapers are being cheated out of dues owed them by the Nighthawks, and Gage has to do whatever it takes to get to the bottom of it - including banging the sinister, slutty Talia (sister of Marsh, leader of the Nighthawks). After all, the club always comes first. Gage lies to everyone about who he is - going as far as fabricating an ex-wife & two kids. As part of his cover, he gets a job as a handyman in exchange for an apartment from Tinker, who bought his lies hook, line, & sinker - probably because she is instantly in lust with him. Tinker moved back to town eighteen months ago to care for her ailing father, manage the family apartment building, and continue building her thriving candy business. An immediate attraction sparks between Gage & Tinker. There are many delicious scenes of her oogling a shirtless Gage as he does chores around the apartment building. She fantasizes endlessly about being with him in spite of knowing he has a "girlfriend". That was most likely Tinker's first mistake, as she knows he is repeatedly engaging in hot, wild sex with Talia as she hears Talia's screams of ecstasy along with the banging of his bed against their shared bedroom wall almost every d*mn night. Gage fantasizes about being with Tinker while he continues "doing" Talia even though his thoughts about Talia range from disgust to hate. And yet, his dick doesn't seem to get that message. Gage can't pursue his feelings with Tinker until he solves the issue for the Reapers. What we have here is a situation. What a mess.
I won't go into more detail about Reaper's Fire because of revealing spoilers. While starting a bit slow, the pace picks up during the second half of the book, with different scenarios being tossed into the mix adding more fuel to the fire. Scenes get intense with lives on the line. But, I kept anticipating more interaction between hero & heroine - for their fantasies to become realities much sooner and for their chemistry to ignite. For me, it was overshadowed by the "take one for the club" theme to the point of desecrating their romance story line. In my opinion, the things Gage did "for the club" went on far too long and were unforgivable. It affected my perception of this character and for the first time in this series, I found myself not liking the Hero very much. It's not about blood or gore in this book - it's about a line you can't cross if you expect love/romance to thrive. Some things are unforgivable.
Wylde's signature humorous banter, bossy alpha males, and hot sex scenes are very much alive in Reaper's Fire. I enjoyed the brief glimpses & interactions of Picnic, Hunter, & Painter. There are some threads left dangling that I presume are fodder for future books. As a fan of the series, I do feel this is a Must Read book. As in most series, like all readers, I have a favorite book of the series as well as one that is destined to be my least favorite. It's the nature of reading series, I think. Reaper's Fire is the least favorite of the series for me thus far. While my favorite book slot of this series remains open . . . I very much favor the earlier books of this series with the old gang.
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