Wild Marauders MC: Lynch by Tory Richards
Published by Self-published on January 15, 2015
Genres: Biker / MC
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When a prospect kidnaps Kat thinking she's a doctor, Kat finds herself under the protection of the club's president. Lynch likes Kat's spunk and full curves but when she steals his Harley to escape he has no choice but to follow club rules and deal out punishment. Tempers erupt between them, passions explode, and punishment becomes the sweetest ecstasy!
Last night I read what just may be the worst biker book I have ever read and that is saying a lot. It was late, I was tired but I really needed a cleanser for my book palate after that horrid book. Thank goodness I found this little gem when I played eeny meeny miney moe with my TBR shelf and my finger landed on Wild Marauders MC: Lynch. I won’t lie, the title definitely worried me but it had some decent reviews so I dove in. Next thing I knew it was 4 AM and I was finished. Wow.
Let’s get the negatives over with first since there’s not many. Even though the guy was practically handed to him on a platter, Lynch didn’t figure out who the leak was until it was so obvious he had to. This annoyed me. Also, the bad guys were almost too bad. 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.
“Sweet fuck,” he snarled into my ear, lifting his hips and grinding his cock into my ass. “Do you know how fuckin’ easy it would be for me to slip my cock inside you without even leaving this chair?”
Oh, God, I could feel myself growing wetter and my clit began to buzz. For a crazy second I almost told him yes, please!
“All I’d have to do is unzip my jeans-” He kissed my jaw. “Slip your panties aside-” Grazed the side of my neck with his teeth. “And slide inside your sweet pussy so hard and deep you’ll feel the root of my cock banging your clit.”
Lynch was also bossy, overbearing, OTT, and unapologetic–just how I like them. There were 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 skank, 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 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 so whether they were burning up the sheets (or wall, or chair etc.) or even just a kiss, it was hot.
“His kiss was savage, full of teeth and tongue, forcing my lips to part so he could move his attack inside.”
The Wild Marauders MC are a 1% club so there is 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!
Rating: 4 Burning Up The Sheets Stars
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