Tag: Motorcycle Club

Rusty Cage by Bijou Hunter

Rusty Cage by Bijou Hunter

It’s been awhile since I treated myself to a Bijou Hunter book. I love her characters because they are down to earth and rough around the edges. Their eyes are open to their individual flaws, but they don’t let that stop them from trying to make the best of what… Read more »

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Hallelujah Rising by Paula Marinaro

Hallelujah Rising by Paula Marinaro

The Hells Saints MC is an auto-buy for me. There is a sense of family in this MC and I adore the characters even if I don’t always agree with their actions. The number one reason I read this series though is Prosper who I think is the best club… Read more »

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Hard As Steel by Laura Kaye

Hard As Steel by Laura Kaye

Having read the first two of Laura Kaye’s Blasphemy series and really enjoyed them, while I wait for the next one to come out at the end of the month, I thought I’d check out her Raven Riders Series. Hard As Steel is a 1001 Dark Nights crossover novella from… Read more »

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Ripley’s Saint by Isabel Wroth

Ripley’s Saint by Isabel Wroth

Well, I’m not sure where to start. In hindsight, after being told of Ever’s first wedding disaster, I guess I should have expected some crazy sauce to be served up in Ripley’s Saint, but it completely caught me by surprise. This was so full of plot holes and craziness it… Read more »

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Bud by Candace Blevins

Bud by Candace Blevins

I’ve been waiting for Bud’s book for what feels like forever. As the President of the Atlanta chapter of the RTMC, he is over all the chapters. He’s definitely more an anti-hero with some of the less savory things his club is into, but he has a moral compass of… Read more »

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Athena’s Raid by Isabel Roth

Athena’s Raid by Isabel Roth

Having liked the first book in the series despite its gosh awful editing, I dove right into Athena’s Raid. I’m glad I did because I think I liked this one more than the first one. Alas, it still has the absolutely atrocious editing. Heck, one time the hero’s name wasn’t… Read more »

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Slam by Susan Fanetti

Slam by Susan Fanetti

The Brazen Bulls MC Series is fast becoming a favourite of mine. I began reading Slam with high expectations and I am happy to say my only regret is I have finished it. It wasn’t a quick read by any means. A page turner I picked up of every free… Read more »

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Never Ever by Isabel Wroth

Never Ever by Isabel Wroth

Have you ever been reading a book you knew you were going to finish but you were so frustrated with it you just needed to take a break? I found myself in that situation and Never Ever caught my eye. I was warned the editing was atrocious (which it was)… Read more »

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Fallen by Juli Valenti

Fallen by Juli Valenti

Fallen is one of those books that made me go “Hmmm”. The first two books in the series had badass female leads. In fact, Poet, from book one, was voted in as president of a 1% motorcycle club after her father died. The second was about an equally strong woman… Read more »

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Right Amount of Wrong by Bijou Hunter

Right Amount of Wrong by Bijou Hunter

Bijou Hunter writes the kind of characters who get married in jeans and t-shirts and have their wedding receptions at Zaxby’s (which is cool because let’s face it, Zaxby’s has better chicken than most wedding receptions no matter how fancy the venue). They are far from refined but have real… Read more »

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