Move The Sun by Susan Fanetti

August 27, 2016 Book Review 1 ★★★★★

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Move The Sun by Susan Fanetti
Series: Signal Bend #1
Also in this series: Nolan: Return to Signal Bend
Published by Self-published on January 15, 2014
Genres: Biker / MC
Pages: 252
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Lilli Accardo moves to the dying town of Signal Bend, Missouri, where the citizens have made a devil’s bargain to stay afloat. Lilli quickly garners the attention of the whole town, particularly Isaac Lunden, President of the Night Horde Motorcycle Club and de facto protector of the town and its citizens.

When it turns out that Lilli is there under murky circumstances, Isaac decides to get close and try to figure out what she’s hiding. Their chemistry is instantaneous and electric, but each is a potential danger to the other.

Action, sex, and drama ensue as Isaac and Lilli try to navigate the rocky terrain between trust and threat.

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 should have listened to Lily!

I have a confession to make. Even though I’m the biker book queen of EDGy reviews, I haven’t read the Signal Bend series. I like my books gritty but I also like my HEA’s, and I was told they aren’t guaranteed in Signal Bend. Our Lily at EDGy has tried hard to get me to read them, but I resisted until now. I really should have listened because I loved this book.

I knew from the first pages that Lilly Accardo was going to be the kind of heroine I freaking adore. Forget waiting for a hero, she’s unbelievably kick ass and determined to take care of her own business. Oh, and she drives my dream car. She’s not a broken heroine, but she’s definitely got some dents in her armor and a few demons to deal with.MTSSomething

I’m not usually a fan of lots of flashbacks, but we are given Lilly’s past through a series of them, and they work here. We learned how she grew into the strong woman she is despite starting out with some serious heartbreak. Lilly came to Signal Bend to exorcise her biggest demon of all. Undercover and with a mission, she had a plan that started unraveling as soon as Isaac laid eyes on her.

Isaac was everything I could want in a biker book boyfriend. Alpha through and through, in command of not only his club, but his town, he feels responsible for the safety of every person under him, and he takes this responsibility seriously. Things have been going well for awhile even though his club has made some unique choices on how to keep their town safe. An evil wind seems to be blowing through, and he needs to be prepared for a storm that could blow his town away. When he meets Lilly with her suspicious background and actions, his only choice is to keep her close until he figures out if she’s friend or foe.

From the moment these two meet sparks were flying but when they finally come together, it was a war with both sides battling for what they wanted, and it was HOT. Lilly was no simpering virgin, she knew exactly what she wanted, and she demanded it. Isaac being the alphahole he is, was no pushover, and he made her work for it.  Each time they battled it was rough, raw, sexy as hell, and when it was over, I was almost as worn out as they were. They also had some of the most communicative sex scenes I’ve ever read. These two could “say” (and I don’t mean by talking) more to each other in one morning of sex than most couples do in years of talking.

Reading Move The Sun, it’s obvious this is just the beginning of Isaac and Lilly’s story. It ended with an HFN for Lilly and Isaac, but that evil wind is still blowing. I am definitely sad I waited so long to read this book, and I can’t wait to dive into the rest of the series. Yes, I know it’s going to be a bumpy ride, but I’m prepared.

What I Struggled With:Move The Sun

  • How quickly Lilly started giving up info to Isaac.
  • Lack of details on Lilly’s real job.

What I Loved:

  • Lilly’s Strength
  • Isaac’s steadiness, not only for Lilly but his club and his town.
  • Signal Bend. The town itself became a character that I ended up rooting for.
  • The chemistry between Lilly and Isaac. Sizzling.
  • How hard Isaac fought for Lilly no matter how huge the obstacles seemed.

Spice’s Rating: 5 I Can’t Believe I Waited So Long Stars

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