Rebound Biker by Bijou Hunter

November 6, 2015 Book Review 0 ★★★★★

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Rebound Biker by Bijou Hunter
Published by Self-published on April 30, 2015
Genres: Biker / MC
Pages: 72
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Looking for a sexy rebound after her divorce from the dullest man on earth, Meredith baits her former high school sweetheart Winston into being the one. The sex might be hot, yet he has bigger plans than a wham bam thank you ma´am reunion.

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 SpiceAn alpha hero, a strong heroine, great side characters, and laugh out loud humor made me freaking adore this book, even though it was super short. Usually, a Bijou Hunter book means salt of the earth characters with lots of action, grit and sometimes even darkness.  With Rebound Biker it was just straight up sweet with a side of humor.  I generally like a huge helping of MC action, but I did not miss it one bit in this book.  I smiled from beginning to end.

Winston and Meredith dated a week in high school giving Rebound Biker a slight second chance romance vibe to it but it’s not like there was some big past breakup with lots of angst. They both had fond memories of that week, including a night in the woods in a tent where he took her virginity.  He moved away and that was the end of that.  He ended up a biker (not an outlaw, just a member of a riding club), dating wild women who lied, cheated, and stole from him.  She ended up married to the most boring man on the planet, who divorced her because she was too….boring. A chance encounter at a bar when she was out with friends and determined to find a rebound guy to jump-start her new non-boring life leads her back to Winston.  He takes one look at her and decides he wants in there and not just as a rebound.

There is lots of room for humor as the good girl psychologist with the yuppy family dates the bad boy with the wild family. Our couple learns that not only are preconceived notions about “types” of people usually wrong but sometimes what kind of partner you think will fit best with you isn’t necessarily the kind of partner you need.

This one is definitely going on my re-read list for when I need a happy distraction.

Spice’s Rating: 5 Short But Sweet Stars



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