- File Size: 1181 KB
- Print Length: 165 pages
- Publisher: Swerve (August 8, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072J7YH82
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,388 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ride Me Right (Raising Hellfire MC) Kindle Edition
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Jake just found out that he has a half sister and has agreed to watch her hotel Wilde's while she is on her honeymoon. Jake was a stunt actor and when one went bad a woman died and the guilt is killing him so watching his sisters hotel is a welcome reprieve.
Jake and Lucy don't see each other coming but the electricity between them is insane but they both have some demons to fight and the odd thing is they are stronger with each other until Jake and Lucy do something stupid. Lucy is one tough cookie except with Jake and that's when she shows how vulnerable she feels and he doesn't get the shakes when he is with her but one mistake could ruin them forever.
Reviewed on behalf of Once upon an Alpha
Lucy Black is badass. She's a motorcycle mechanic who is passionate about working on bikes. Unfortunately, being a female in a male dominated profession makes it very hard to find work in her chosen career. The men tend to disrespect her by only seeing her curves, or feeling threatened by her skills. Her dream is to run her own bike shop, but that's not looking good so far. After losing her latest job, she's forced to accept a position in housekeeping at Wilde Hotel owned by her friend Briony. After drowning her sorrows, she decides to take a dip in the hotel pool. Too bad it she appeared to be drowning herself instead. Or maybe it wasn't bad, her unnecessary rescuer was hot.
Jake saw someone floating in the pool and instinctively jumped in fully clothed to rescue them. Nobody was dying on his watch. He was left in charge of his stepsister's hotel while she was on her honeymoon and he took his responsibility seriously. What he wasn't expecting was seeing sexy Lucy in her white cotton panties made invisible once soaked. Nor was he expecting to get yelled at for trying to save her life. How was he to know she wasn't really drowning?
As Jake & Lucy went toe-to-toe in more ways than one, their chemistry kept getting in the way of their determination to resist each other. Having painful pasts and frustrating job situations in common they found themselves drawn to each other. Jake was unable to resist wanting to help her out. Rescuing damsels in distress was just part of his DNA. However; Lucy was used to having to survive on her own, fighting every step of the way to be taken seriously. So they kept butting heads... and uglies. They couldn't resist each other, until the next time they fought. They were fire and ice, but every time he put out the fire it blazed again. And every time she hardened her heart against him, Iceman melted her into a puddle... again.
With biker 'gangs' getting involved and danger hot on her trail the couple kept getting their wires crossed. Would they be able to get to the bottom of the situation and find the truth? Once they did, would they accept it? What does Raising Hellfire MC have to do with it? Does she belong to them? I'm not telling, you'll have to read it for yourself.
And don’t imagine for one minute you know how it will all go, because none of the usual silliness happens here. Lucy is an in-your-face, tough, brash heroine, the likes of which we seldom see. She’s reckless, fearless, abrasive, however she makes dangerous decisions, and this is where Ms. De Winton showed how well she can write action scenes as well as anyone. I was also impressed by the author’s vast knowledge of motorcycles. I feared for a fleeting moment that Jake would turn Dom on us, but thank goodness, I was wrong. The sex scenes are excellent, and rather poetic, offering a sharp contrast to Lucy’s personality. Strangely enough though, my favourite character was Lucy’s sister, Katie, who even though she has but a small part, is very well written and sounds like a real 15 year-old.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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Ride me right is another nonbiker love story in the series. In this one, a mechanic Lucy involves with Briony's brother Jake.Read more