- File Size: 370 KB
- Print Length: 201 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporate (February 13, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 13, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075ZYL7YG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Rough Ride: A Chaos Novella Kindle Edition
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Ok, anyway this book felt like I was reading the middle chapters of a typical KA book (but even more condensed). Nothing happened! She gets attacked by her other guy and his club for being a rat, says she's done with guys - especially bikers, then boom within a week the I love you's!! Didn't like Rosalie and didn't feel she needed to have her own story. She was just a secondary character from another book, should have just let her go. I don't like the fact she has been with another guy in Chaos (and another guy from a rival club). I also didn't like how KA made them all BFF' s with each other. That's just weird!
I think I need to stop with this review - the more I really think about it the more I'm thinking my rating should drop. Not even sure right now why it's even three stars...I guess I'm just trying to be nice.
I am going to see if there is a way to get a refund for this. Meanwhile, unless you buy this knowing it leaves you hanging till some future purchase, I do not recommend this.
Amazon and KA - if you want to be integral with your readers, I recommend you create a special designation for cliff-hanger partial stories, and make that designation super clear pre-purchase, so you don’t disappoint your readers. Daisy and Marcus’s story in 1001 nights was complete (and excellent!) ... I expected the same with this book.
This is only one of the many glorious declarations made by Snapper that illustrates exactly the kind of man Rosalie Holloway is failing for despite the hellish situation she’s gotten herself in and the repercussions of her betrayal to Bounty and the man she thought she’d spend her life with before she found proof that he’s not the one who’s ‘perfect’ for her.
In my opinion, Everett ‘Snapper’ Kavanaugh is not a typical Chaos Motorcycle Club brother, but it’s not because he’s not bada** or doesn’t exude alpha maleness; it’s more because he has a sweet disposition. And, it’s not to say that Snapper is ‘soft.’ It’s just that he knows that Rosalie needs to be handled with care; he understands the hell she has endured and he refuses to do anything to force her to continue on the ‘rough ride’ she’s been on since her father’s death.
I have to admit that I didn’t know if I was going to be able to accept Rosalie as the heroine of a Chaos story, especially given the circumstances she meets Snapper under and the unease that surrounds her situation due to the fact she started with Shy then moved on to a Bounty Motorcycle Club Biker who proceeded to beat her and allow all of his brothers a go with her broken body then find her ‘perfect’ man while she’s attempting to help her current man get out from under the illegal dealings his club and he are entrenched in…but I do have to say that KA allows readers to understand the meaning and motive behind Rosalie’s actions and what it seems she’s been searching for ever since she lost the one man who protected and loved her unlike anyone she suspects every will again.
Motorcycle Man is one of my favorite books of ALL time; it’s what introduced me to a group of biker brothers who have been through hell and back and still find a way to protect what’s theirs and attempt to ride free and easy despite the maelstroms that look to wreak havoc on their lives and on their club.
Like all Chaos books, the brotherhood is showcased in Rough Ride - the fact that they take care of their own…they’re responsible for one another…they atone when they’re in the wrong and when a brother claims a woman, they are ‘owned’ by the club, which means that there’s a support system in place that will never waiver.
Rough Ride feels a little bit like a segue into the next Chaos book, Hound’s story…because as Snapper and Rosalie get things figured out between them, proving that Rosalie’s ‘rough ride,’ for the most part, is over, the club’s chaos is getting more dangerous and inevitable, forcing action to be taken that might just cost the club and those they love the roughest ride of them all.
4.5 Poison Apples
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