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- Print Length: 293 pages
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- Publisher: Tory Richards (January 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R253314
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- Lending: Enabled
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Kat meets a hot biker on the side of the road when her car breaks down. Her boring respectable lawyer boyfriend stays in the car while she gets hit on by the biker. This wakes her up to the fact that her boyfriend is a loser. She breaks up with loser and two weeks later gets dropped at the feet of the biker.
This story has action, suspense and intrigue. Lots of fighting between rival clubs which brings murder and mayhem to the club's door.
There were some pretty hot sexy times between the main characters and an obvious connection between them.
My reasons for the lower rating...I'm over bikers. It doesn't turn me on when they want to have public sex. I'm not impressed that every sentence spoken has at least one swear word, it gets monotonous. I don't like to think these women choose to degrade themselves by offering sex to be able to hang around. I don't think being the President's old lady is something to aspire to, it just puts a target on your back.
I have enjoyed books about motorcycle clubs, but for me they have lost their appeal. Maybe down the track the appeal will come back, but for now it's time for a break.
Lets get the negatives over with first, since there’s not many. Lynch didn’t figure out who the leak was until it was so obvious he had to, even though the guy was practically handed to him on a platter. This annoyed me. Also, the bad guys were almost too bad. This is a missed opportunity in character development that is seen too often in this genre. All that being said, I still liked the book.
Now to the good stuff. Lynch was one dirty talking alpha and he could get raunchy in a really good way. Lynch was also bossy, overbearing, OTT, and unapologetic, just how I like them except for that unapologetic thing. There was a couple of times I really wanted Kat to take the closest object and launch it at his head. He was resistant to Kat’s pull on him and he struggled with the danger he put her in just by showing interest in her.
Kat was a bit naive, but she had a strong personality, didn’t do stupid stuff, and was comfortable in her own skin even though she was a curvy girl. She would occasionally feel a little self conscious when standing next to a skinny club girl, but then she would realize what she was doing and mentally kick herself. This was refreshing since I am really tired of the “I’m curvy and beautiful but OMG I’m fat and should feel bad about myself” trope that is going on in a lot of books. What I loved most about Kat though, was the fact she never, ever, gave up. Whether she was giving Lynch and his MC brothers a piece of her mind, or she was battling the worst of the worst against impossible odds, she was not a quitter.
The chemistry between Lynch and Kat was unbelievably good. Tori Richards can write a sexy scene, whether they were burning up the sheets (or wall, or chair etc.) or even just a kiss, it was hot.
The Wild Marauders MC are a 1% club so there was some blood and gore. Rape is talked about a lot and bodies pile up and not just the bad guys. It’s definitely not the grittiest book I’ve read, but it’s not a unicorns and rainbow book by any stretch. There were several interesting side characters that hopefully we will be seeing in future books. Stone and Rachel from the Dark Menace MC have an upcoming book and I can’t wait!