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What I liked:
I loved the way the authors delivered the romance between Drew and Ayda. I was totally caught up with them and their struggles. Drew is in a very dark place after spending almost 5 years in prison. He likes to shut himself off and has a hard time controlling his rage when the darkness descends upon him. Never does he raise one hand to Ayda though. My heart hurt for him and his struggles to readjust to life after prison. Ayda is a very strong heroine. She’s faced many challenges in her 25 years and is raising her 15 year old brother after the deaths of her parents. Drew and Ayda start off as adversaries but eventually realize they are kindred souls.
I would rate the delivery of the romance between them as 5 stars.
What I didn’t like
The authors decided to write a story about a motorcycle club in the state of Texas USA. It is clear that little or no research was done about motorcycle clubs in Texas or really anywhere else in the US. It seemed like a decision was made to make the romance more attractive by throwing in something about MC’s without any real thought. There were so many phrases/words that I did not recognize, which made the flow seem disjointed to me. Now, if this MC has been located in Australia or the UK, I might have skipped over the words/phrases but if you’re going to put an MC in one of the most bad ass states in the US, it should have some authenticity. When did the “clubhouse” become the “hut” or the “treehouse?Read more ›
I have never read any work from either one of these authors before. I do not know where they are from. I do know that this book is supposed to take place in Texas. I assumed it was Texas, USA. Was I wrong? I live in the USA. I have never heard the expression "sniffing up". Anywhere. Where does that expression come from? It is used repeatedly. The MC club house was referred to as the "hut". Ayda called the MC clubhouse the "tree house". What? I have never heard an MC club house called a "hut" or a "tree house". And saying so and so is on a "walkabout"? If the story takes place in Texas, USA then the characters should speak as if they are indeed in Texas, USA. My other issue was the gate/fence that was surrounding the MC clubhouse. Ayda had to get the code to get in, or you had to be let in, but the rival MC guys just drove on in. Maybe I read it wrong. The gate thing just confused me. It seemed inconsistent. But, like I said, I could be wrong. It happens. The other issue was the lack of structure within the MC. There were no officers. 1%er MC's usually have officers.Read more ›
The truth is, once I started it I couldn’t put it down. Not only are the characters rich in personality and real life drama, they are developed so well they carry the story till the last page.
The authors put a lot of effort into the plot, the real story behind the events that will lead the reader to a new family that I am sure they won’t soon forget. I was addicted to Ayda, Tate and Drew the moment they showed up in a scene together. There is just some chemistry that can’t be ignored, even though Tate is Ayda’s teenage brother; he plays a huge part in Ayda and Drew’s story
I could give you a recap about the events in the book but that would spoil the thrill of reading it. I want to talk about the messages and brilliance of these authors as they brought two people who would never normally meet together.
Ayda is the guardian of her brother Tate after their parents died. She gave up her dreams of a career and college for three minimum paying jobs, small house and no social life just to keep his high school dreams alive. Ayda can be a smart mouth at times but she was raised by parents who valued honesty, courage and dedication. Ayda carries guilt over her parents, but she sees life through the filter of choices and responsibility versus guilt. You accept what you are responsible for and make the best you can of any given situation, the guilt you can feel it but you must never let it control your life and choices.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish there were hearts as well as stars that I could give this book!!! I love this story...the characters are fantastic! Drew and Ayda have me hooked. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christy Alicia
this story was extremely amazing that had me dazzled and memorized at times, it was highly intense and full of drama and action, the story line was well develop and strong and was... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Karen Thorp
It was a very good story line, needs some work on characters and developing the story line some more. I do feel however these Authors are well worth following. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Author reviewer
This is my first book by this pair and it will not be the last. I love the way they temper the darkness with the light. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brenda's Book Beat
“I knew it was Kenny ‘cause he had a laugh that made him sound like he was being electrocuted. Read more
I had the pleasure of being a BETA for this book and what a fantastic read it is. I read from cover to cover in one day, I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Francesca
Oh my god I don't even know where to start telling you how good this book is! It made me laugh, it made me cry and it made me stay up late to read just one more chapter that was... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sweets2165
This book,WOW just WOW.For Two writers to write such a amazing book it just blew me away,you would thing they would been writing books together for years,they're words just jelled... Read morePublished 15 months ago by sue