Tag: Bikers

Vicious Cycle by Katie Ashley

Vicious Cycle by Katie Ashley

I’m currently on vacation staying in a cute little beach house with just a handful of family members (and one extra friend of my son’s).  The house is in a fairly remote area for a beach house, literally on the beach with no condos in sight.  The waters fine, the temps in the low 80’s, I… Read more »

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Kick by Carmen Jenner

Kick by Carmen Jenner

This is one of those books where the subject matter is dark and saying you liked it feels wrong. I couldn’t put it down even when it was uncomfortable to read. By the time I had reached the end of the book, I felt there was a good chance that I may need to head… Read more »

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Axel by Megan O’Brien

Axel by Megan O’Brien

The Ride Series is one I’ve enjoyed. The first book, Cole, was a 4 star read that I really liked. Sal’s book wasn’t quite as good but I still thought it was a great way to spend a quiet day reading. I was excited about Sophie and Axel’s book since Axel has intrigued me since… Read more »

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Duke by Candace Blevins

Duke by Candace Blevins

I liked it!  I really liked it!  I have to admit, the name of the series threw me off a little bit. Rolling Thunder is an organization that honors POW/MIA’s and has a huge ride to Washington DC every year. It’s kind of a beloved deal among military biker types and since I’m related to… Read more »

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For Life by Debra Kayn

For Life by Debra Kayn

Where to begin… Another tough one to rate and read. Moroads MC members are as far from law-abiding as they come, with the brotherhood bond between them only as good as the day they’re together. And although they were solid, there wasn’t that feeling of a tight brotherhood family that I’ve come to expect out… Read more »

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Broken Memphis by Bijou Hunter

Broken Memphis by Bijou Hunter

Having loved the first book in this series, I had high expectations of this one which with my track record lately made me nervous. I read it in one sitting. I did not love it quite as much as Little Memphis, but love it I did. I do need to warn you that this book… Read more »

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Dragon’s Lair by Chantal Fernando

Dragon’s Lair by Chantal Fernando

Faye and Dex’s story is an entertaining read. For a biker / MC read this fed my fix for this genre.  I found this an easy read with likeable characters. It would have been better if a few of the moments were fleshed out a bit more but maybe this will build up slowly as… Read more »

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Shadow & Soul by Susan Fanetti

Shadow & Soul by Susan Fanetti

Wow, Shadow & Soul was not an easy story to read and it may have some triggers for some. For me, it told the story of two people that had a rough start in life, through different aspects but never the less neither was ideal.  As always there is the contrast of bad and good… Read more »

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Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds

What I like about Ms. Reynolds’s books is that I (usually) get exactly what I was expecting. A light, funny, pretty hot, easy read. Will this be the best book you’ve ever read? Probably not. Is it a literary masterpiece? Well…no. This is the story of July, Asher and November’s eldest daughter, and Wes, a… Read more »

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Silver Bastard by Joanna Wylde

Silver Bastard by Joanna Wylde

After the hotness that was Picnic and the disturbing unexpectedness of him hooking up with the stupidest-heroine-of-all-time, aka London, I went in with no expectations for this book. I think that was what allowed me to enjoy Silver Bastard. Let’s start from the beginning. The start of this story was pretty hard, if Ms. Wylde… Read more »

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