Their Private Need by Ella Goode

January 20, 2015 Book Review 0 ★★★★

Their Private Need by Ella Goodefour-stars
Their Private Need by Ella Goode
Published by Self-published on October 27, 2014
Genres: Biker / MC
Pages: 146
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Annie: I've been the good girl too long. I don't drink, don't smoke, and live at home with my preacher father. The most daring thing I've ever done is work part-time at the library. Rule-breakers and lawless men aren't part of my world but not doing doesn’t mean I haven’t thought about it. And every fantasy I’ve ever had is promising to come true if I just take a chance.

Easy:The moment I laid eyes on Annie, I knew she was the one for me and Michigan. We've been partners ever since we served and now we do everything together. And by everything I mean riding, drinking, and women. If we can get Annie on board, it'll be perfect. Not only do I have to convince Annie, though, I need to convince Michigan, too.

Michigan: Easy seems to think sweet, delectable Annie's just going to fall into our laps. But my one experience with a preacher’s daughter left me scarred—emotionally and physically. A good girl like Annie wants to experience a little danger but she doesn’t want to live it and I’m not going all in unless this is for the long haul.

Three hearts are on a collision course. They will either be ruined or remade.

In the small town of Fortune, the Death Lords rule the roads. Come along for the ride.

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 SpiceI’m just clicking along with these MC Clubs Series books.  So far I have been enjoying The Death Lords Club series.  Their Private Need had things I absolutely loved about it and one thing I didn’t like at all.

Easy and Michigan are members of the Death Lords MC.  They have done everything together since they served together in the military.  Easy is just like his name implies- laid back and easy going.  Michigan is a wounded bird that you just want to hug.  Easy knows Annie is the one for them, but Michigan is not so sure.

“I think you were dropped on your head one too many times if you think Pastor Bloom’s virgin daughter is going to spread her legs for one of us, let alone get into a threesome.”  Michigan’s glaring at me but I can’t keep a smile from breaking out because he wouldn’t be angry with me if he didn’t want her.  

“I was hard the minute I laid eyes on her too.”  

Annie is shy, virginal, naive, and the epitome of a good girl, but she knows what she wants.  She just has to find the guts to go against her father and go after Easy and Michigan.

I am surely going to hell but at least I won’t be a virgin when I get there.

One of the things I loved about this book is even though it’s a novella, there wasn’t insta-love between Annie, Easy, and Michigan.  These three pined for each other before they got together.  I loved that this book was more about the relationship than it was about sex (although there was plenty of that going on).  This book didn’t have a lot of club stuff going on and I kind of missed that, but there was definitely some drama involved so it worked out.

What I didn’t like – this ended as close to a cliffhanger as any of these books have gotten and I didn’t appreciate that at all.  I think it’s one of my favorites, but it’s the first to leave me feeling unfulfilled.

Spice’s Rating: 4 Stars

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