better plot, better characters, and not so cheesy funny and trying to force the humor. plus the side characters were ridiculous.
not try and force the humor and make better side characters.
this was a nice addition to the series. i really liked Harlow and was glad to see more of who she is. she's really a sweet and resourceful gal. i liked Finn too. i thought he was a bit uptight about "his" business and a bit unreasonable when Harlow tried to help him out. but at least in the end he apologized for it.
they had great chemistry and i liked their love scenes. it was a nice fun read.
i mainly liked the end of this book. the two guys got together and the villains were killed. i found myself a little bored with both characters. Miki was uptight about everything touchy and Kane was loved at home so he was feely. i mean in that since they were great for each other (u know opposites and all), i just got tired of that. it was too perfect. plus the cops instalove to Miki was a bit farfetched. also, it seemed like the whole town was full of gay people. i mean, there wasn't a straight person in sight. everyone was comfortable talking about gay sex and activities, it was just odd to me. like i said, too perfect.
i'm interested enough to finish the series cause i want to find out what happened to Damien. hopefully bk2 will get a better rating from me.
i finished this book a few days ago and now i don't remember everything i wanted to say. i do remember that i liked Reese. even though he was a womanizer. he had this quirky opinion and reason for sleeping with the women. at least he took care of them. that's what i liked most about him. when he knew you and you were family you were taken care of. he was honorable. he loved his daughters and protected them. he loved his wife and was faithful to her. he even realized that once his wife died that he could still live his life. he had this weird thing where he got advice from her in his head. it was good advice though.
i even liked Reese with London. she was a bit weak to me when it came to Jessica though. i was tired of her. i thought London shoulda kicked her out long ago. and then she let that girl get her involved with the cartel. i mean geeze. i liked that London had her own business. she was caring, and friendly. it went a long way with the ladies at the club. i also liked how caring she was with Jessica's friend that stayed over all the time.
i was also pleased with Reese when he paid her back for her dishonesty. she deserved it.
i liked all the side characters and was pleased to see Hunter and Em.
i can't wait for the next book. wish it was already out.
wow! this was a great read. i so loved Hunter/Liam and Em. Hunter was this damaged bad boy who didn't believe in love and then he met Em who had been loved by her family and was a confident woman, ready for just a bad boy like him. she grew up in the club and was familiar with the expectations of an old lady and even what she would do as an old lady.
so when her and Hunter got together she was an eye opener for him. she never let him get away with anything. she was gentle but stood her ground. for example when he took naked photos of her, lied and said he erased them. she got in his ass for that. and her pay back was hilarious. i literally had to read that scene 3 times i loved it so much.
i also liked that the more time Hunter spent with Em the more human he became. he learned what love is and how to treat a woman with respect. and Hunter in turn showed Em that a man could trust in the abilities of his woman and treat her like an adult. she was missing that from her father.
this was by far my favorite in the series and i'll be reading this over and over again.
I loved Ruger and his vulgar honesty. I loved how manly he was and how much he cares for Sophie. I thought adding her struggle to acknowledge how much she loved him on spite of the club was a great addition. Seemed more genuine. I loved Noah and I usually don't like kids in books. He was just a great addition. Funny and brought added affection to the book. I'll definitely be reading this one again. Probly more times over and I hope the next book is just as good.
another great read by Sheehan. i loved Tegen with her outspoken anger and Cage loved trying to tame her. just like their folks they had a difficult relationship. hurting each other when what they really wanted to do was love each other. i especially loved when Tegen broke down and admitted her love and vulnerability for Cage. i also loved when Cage told Tegen how beautiful he thought she was to him. very tender moments. as usual i loved the grit and language of the characters and i really liked the deep conversation Tegen and her mom Dorothy had. can't wait to read her book.
this book also had some surprising moments like Tegen getting with ZZ. i wasn't expecting that. ZZ hurting Cage after he saw Tegen and Cage together. i could understand that cause the man was too angry about being hurt again by the same family. Cage getting hooked on coke. i mean.
i liked the story between Ellie and Dirty, i just wished there were more scenes with them and their relationship. maybe, since Sheehan likes to write double stories in one book, they'll get more book time in the next one. too bad there's a wait for the next book. i'm ready to tear in to it =D
i give this book 3.5stars. i liked the characters. Reagan was sweet. she was nice to Trey and understanding. Ethan was cool too, but i thought his betrayal of Reagan with Trey in the beginning was pretty shady. i also thought the pace of their threesome relationship was too quick. the onset of sex was good, but all the "i love you" stuff was too fast.
i also would have liked Trey to be homosexual instead of Bi. i thought he liked guys more than anything. most of who u see him with in the first novels by himself is men. plus he loved Brian.
oh, and the whole thing with Brian, i mean. how could Brian do that to Trey. their relationship would've been just great. and the way Brian shut Trey down was a bit harsh. especially since he knew Trey loved him. i know he loved Myrna and all, but that was after him and Trey. i did like the scenes with the baby though.
the ending was a little sappy, but i liked it. who doesn't like a HEA.
overall i've really liked this series. i pretty much liked all the characters. i have my favorites, Trey, Jace and Aggie. now all i need do is read the final installment to the series. the anthology that wraps all these characters up.
this was a great newbie for me. i was a bit confused in the beginning because the story switched back and forth from the present to the future and from different characters point of view. once i got used to that it was really good.
i loved the sex scenes and the contrasts between the two male leads. one was focused on his job and had money to spoil Madison and the other was more attentive to her needs and had more time to spend with her. it was hard for her to choose who she'd like to be with in the end. i knew who she should pick and was very surprised in the end who she ended up with. it was refreshing.
i'll definitely be reading/listening to another book by Ms. Torre.
this is by far my favorite Motor Cycle Club series. this was a nice addition to the series, but not my favorite. i was expecting a little more with this one considering all the drama the three main characters had in previous books.
i will say, i did really love to see Jason reconnect with his family and get off the alcohol. i also liked that Dorothy got a bit of backbone during the story. i didn't like that her and Hawk had to separate for a while, but it was realistic.
some of the scenes with between Dorothy and Jason were good cause she finally put him in his place. it was a long time coming.
i'm a little scared to read the next bk in the series cause ZeZe might get his rear kicked good for his previous behavior. and it's just so befitting that his love is Deuce's second daughter. i'm really looking forward for this one.
absolutely a great gritty and raw series to read. and i'd recommend to MC club readers =D
not a bad addition to the series, but i liked this one less than David's story. Mal was just a bit too teenager for me. i know his mother was sick and all but he was a bit overboard for me. and how he and Anne moved in together and there relationship was weak for me. i even like the sex scenes better in David's story.
not sure when i'll read more in this series, but i will.
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