Landing Eagle by Harley Stone
Series: Dead Presidents MC #4
Published by Self-published on October 29, 2018
Genres: Biker / MC
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18+ for language and sexual situations...
One last time.
That’s the promise Naomi Lincoln and Houston “Eagle” Archer break every time the whiskey flows and their clothes are ripped off in a carnal, passionate ravaging that neither can resist. Since Naomi’s protective older brother is the president of Eagle’s motorcycle club, the two have kept their no-strings-attached rendezvous secret while Naomi focuses on her hard-earned military career.
Until a positive pregnancy test changes everything.
Now Naomi and Eagle will have to face Link’s wrath and see if their unrelenting attraction holds a possibility for more than mind-blowing sex.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Harley Stone is a completely new to me author but after finding out she writes MC romances, I couldn’t help but request a copy of her upcoming release, Landing Eagle, book four in the Dead Presidents MC Series. Anyone who has followed my reviews can tell you that starting a series in the middle is tough on my OCD self. Fortunately, I never felt like I was lost or missing any huge chunks that kept me from following the story.
The reason I wasn’t too worried about starting mid-series is that the thought of the Dead Presidents MC intrigued me. I’m an army brat so an all-veteran motorcycle club dedicated to helping those same vets readjust to society absolutely called out to me. I have several friends whom I was close to growing up that joined veteran based motorcycle or riding clubs after retiring from the military and I love that they have that in their lives.
I adored Eagle. His past was heartbreaking and pulled at my heartstrings in a big way. Because of it, he had some huge issues to get past before he could even think about a relationship with anyone, much less his club president’s sister. He screwed up a time or two but owned up to it and that made me love him more. Plus, he completely stepped up when he needed to, even when blindsided with a new reality.
I had a bit tougher time with Naomi. I like my heroines strong and able to take care of business but she seemed almost too tough and also overly focused on her lack of dangly bits. To be such an elite pilot, I wanted more pride for her accomplishments to shine through rather than what felt like constant harping on how tough it was to get there. This made it hard to connect to her for the first half of the book. Fortunately, things changed and by the end, I’d grown to like her.
Despite my issues with the heroine, this was well written, well researched and had a plot that grabbed my attention and when the action finally hit, it had me on the edge of my seat.
Rating: 4 Stars
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