Taking It All by Kati Wilde

January 10, 2015 Book Review 0 ★★★★

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Taking It All by Kati Wilde
Published by Self-published on October 24, 2014
Genres: Biker / MC
Pages: 100
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Heaven is finally having Saxon Gray in my arms. Hell is knowing that I might lose him.

After I spent years loving him from a distance, the president of the Hellfire Riders MC is finally mine. Every day he’s at my side; every night he’s in my bed. It would be everything I’d ever wanted, except my dad is sick, and trouble is brewing now that Saxon’s club is taking over my father’s. Because bad blood between the two MCs still lingers, and an old rule requiring Saxon to share me with the other club members is being used as a weapon, forcing him to choose between me and the Hellfire Riders.

And I don’t know if he’ll choose me…or how far I might go to keep him.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.


By SpiceTaking It All is the second book in the Hellfire Riders Series and also the second one about Saxon and Jenny.  I didn’t love this one as much as I did the first one, but I did like it a lot.

Saxon and Jenny are finally together and the two clubs are fixing to vote on whether to merge or not.  A huge looming problem is a crazy rule that the late President of the Riders had put into the by-laws.  Any potential First Lady has to not only be approved of by the club but shared with the club and some members of the club are pushing it.  Two big questions are whether Saxon will walk rather than share Jenny, especially considering her history, and will Jenny let him share her if he needs her to.

I loved learning more about Saxon’s motivation’s and true feelings for Jenny and where they came from.  He continues to be a great book boyfriend, a whole lotta alpha, a whole lotta rough, and a touch of asshole but all rolled up in a whole lotta sweet.  Jenny grew in this book too.  Although skittish, she is strong underneath and that’s all that counts.

I did not like the resolution to the problem.  I understood the ending and why everything happened the way it did, but it was not how I wanted it to end.

Rating: 4 “A Whole Lotta Good Stuff” Stars

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