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Ride or Die: a Bad Boy Gay Romance (Food Truck Warriors Book 6) Kindle Edition
Can Ren’s bad boy heart be wooed and won?
Ren Moretti likes his life—and his hookups—just the way they are: fast and loose.
He only ever hooks up with someone once, and relationships? Forget it. Never gonna happen. No guy has ever persuaded him to bend, break, or alter his one date and one night rule.
Until Seth Abramson.
Seth has always tempted Ren—but it’s not a secret that Seth won’t settle for just one night. A few dates won’t cut it, and he’s not interested in playing around. He wants it all, and he intends to win Ren’s heart.
But that’s the one thing Ren’s never given up. He guards it closely and fiercely, until one day, when he realizes it’s no longer his to protect, it’s belonged to Seth all along.
- ASIN : B09GCV17F4
- Publication date : January 20, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 3687 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 300 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #106,264 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Ren was a bit of a playboy by choice and he was so lovable. Even so, I’m glad we didn’t have to read about him being with anyone else in this story. Seth was a bit of the exact opposite. All it took was their eyes catching and everything changed—eventually. It was fun watching Ren try to resist the pull.
I’ve always enjoyed the way Beth Bolden writes her stories. There is no such thing as ‘I’m going to just read a few chapters’ so be prepared to be glued to the book once you open it.
I’m going to miss this series. While they characters overlap in a HUGE way, it is possible to read each book as a stand-alone. However, you will get the full impact of the series if you read them in order. Either way, you definitely should read this fun, heartwarming, and absolutely lovely story.
***I received a copy of this book for my reading pleasure. All thoughts and opinions are my own.***
Ride or Die is a wonderful way to end a series. Seeing the characters from previous books and becoming reacquainted with their personalities was such a pleasure. Finding out what made Ren tick was even more enjoyable.
I felt up close and personal with Ren and Seth from the beginning. The character development of these two is very well done. The timeline is long for these two, but when they finally get together...BAM! The explosive chemistry between them was palpable. The mental and emotional connection took a little longer, but the joy and excitement they experienced as they stepped ever closer to their HEA were beautiful to watch. I don't know if they are my favorite couple, but they are close to the top at the very least.
I enjoyed this story and this couple, and I'm sorry to see this series end.
I look forward to more from this author.
Also can Jonas please get a story too?! =D
The heart of this story, and the series, is the characters. They’re amazing. You can guess what they’re thinking. That doesn’t make them predictable, it makes you feel like you know them as friends.
The next best thing is the food! I want Ross’s stuffed mushrooms and Gabe’s Thai chicken wrap.
The guys held out long enough that I started to wonder if things were really going to get going. It was worth the wait, because when they did, 💥💥💥💥 hot!
It’s a great conclusion to a great series. It’s hard to say goodbye, but this is a great way to end it.
Ren Moretti, of ‘Ride or Die’ by Beth Bolden, scoffs at his friends’ romantic relationships. Give him a one-night stand with no strings, one he can walk away from and never look back. But when Ren propositions Seth Abramson and Seth turns him down, it’s a new and uncomfortable experience for him. Ren should let it go, but it becomes a challenge he is determined to win.
Seth would love to be in bed with Ren but wants to be more than a notch on his bedpost. He wants a relationship, but Ren has made it abundantly clear that he does not. When both men get on the same dating app, Seth hatches a plan to trick Ren into getting to know him without having sex first. Seth recognizes Ren’s profile instantly, but Seth disguises his and tells Ren his name is Jake. They begin a conversation on a level to which Ren is unaccustomed. Seth is bothered by his dishonesty, but he knows it’s the only way to discover what makes Ren tick.
Ren is intrigued by this new man he has encountered online. He can talk to someone about how he feels and what he thinks. It’s refreshing as well as frightening. Soon, he is glued to his phone, waiting for the next text. One night, Seth takes Ren home because Ren is too drunk to get to his place. Seth tucks Ren into his bed and sleeps on the couch. When Ren wakes up the following day, it takes a moment to figure out he is in Seth’s bed. Next, he notices the Picasso painting on the wall and remembers that the same picture is behind Jake. Ren puts two and two together and is furious about Seth’s deception. He confronts Seth and says a lot of things he doesn’t mean. When Ren comes to his senses, he knows he needs to apologize, but will Seth ever speak to him again?
‘Ride or Die’ is an excellent ending to the ‘Food Truck Warriors’ series. It was satisfying to see Ren “go down” and find his match in Seth. I’m relieved that Ren could let go and admit that love wasn’t a “death sentence” but a reprieve for life. Thanks, Beth, for giving Ren and Seth their happily ever after.
Originally reviewed at Rainbow Book Reviews.