Jimmy "Easy" Turnbull lost more than just his lower right leg during his time in Iraq. The confident man whose good looks charmed countless women into bed has been gone for over three years. In his place is a surly and defensive wounded warrior plagued by self-doubt and anger.
Daisy Cutter doesn't give a damn what people think, not about her tattoos, her piercings, or anything else. Other people's opinions have never bothered her, not even the hot ex-Army Ranger who occasionally takes her to bed (when they make it that far) but can't seem to remember her name afterward.
Daisy wants a new life, and she's determined to get it. Easy wants his old life back, but he knows that can't happen now. Eventually, Daisy's past catches up to her and her dreams of making a home in Rapid City are threatened. Easy must decide what his new future will look like, and whether not there's room for a sassy blonde who pushes all his buttons.
©2014 Dahlia West (P)2016 Tantor
Easy is still trying to deal with losing his leg, seeing a beautiful bartender go to the bathroom after finding out the girl he was dating made fun of him because of the loss of his leg , he has a little fun in the bathroom with the bartender. Daisy wants Easy but he wont let her in otger than sex. Can she get through to him in time or will she give up
Hell hath no fury like a woman interrupted while listening to a really good book!
Great series, which I've enjoyed; however, Easy's story is my least favorite so far.
Throughout the series, Easy's has moments where he cannot deal with losing part of his leg, and lashes out to everyone around him. Then there are times, he can very witty, funny and helpful, so I was not sure what to expect from this character's story. Easy's character externalized his inner anger and insecurities and took them out on Daisy and the others. I didn't really care for the first time these two hooked up, and how he used her. He did eventually come to terms with his new life, and was patient while he tried to convince Daisy he wanted something with her (even if this part of the story felt rushed.)
Daisy's character was awesome! I loved her spunk, wit and her teasing personality with everyone. The banter between her and Milo was hilarious! Even though this story is short, the characters are further developed. I liked how Slick, Vegas, and Tildy excepted Daisy and brought her into their family from the beginning.
Mason Lloyd, as usual, does an awesome job narrating the story! I've really enjoyed his performance, and how he portrays the characters throughout the series.
Overall, a really good MC romance series, where each book further develops the characters and world building.
Will & have all ready ,just like the others.
Don't need to compare . Love the series as it is.
All of it ,Daisy just being Daisy not giving up on the serly Easy doing his dam best to push her away... But to no avail, plus it's Hot & Sexy.. Let's not forget that.. Lol
Daisy is funny, giving it to everyone in the Bar she works at, loved it.
Loved it can't wait for Doc, Preacher... & everything else she writes.
I am an avid listener. I listen between 75-100 hours per month on my iPhone: 60% fiction to 40% non-fiction.
This fourth installment of the Burnout series has found its groove. This very quick listen and moves very fast with a very straight forward premise and story. As we learned in earlier books, Jimmy is damaged. He must come to grips with this and he has found just the person, Daisy. Trouble is, he doesn't know it. I like this fast moving novel. Daisy is a head up woman who knows what she wants and isn't afraid to try for it.
Does she get it? Well, you will have to listen to find out. Not all books end the way we wish. The narration is good. You should listen if you listen any before. Hey, there is only one to go.
I love reading but don't have time. The audiobooks allow me to hear the books I want to read. I love audible!
I expected more from Easy's book. Easy is/was my favorite character. I felt the book was rushed. I expected him to be mean and nasty but not for 4 hours of the book. The ending was just rushed. I am sad about how this book was released. I don't know if I want to read Doc's book.
Really enjoyed all these books and the narrator is also really good. Well worth a listen.
"Oooh this series get better and better and better!"
I'm not sure how else to keep saying this, Dahlia West is an exceptional writer.
As with the other books in the Burnout series, I loved Easy's struggle with his new lot in life.
I was captured by Daisy's genuine belief that you can better yourself, no matter where you start from.
I'm thrilled that the other characters continue to make appearance's and finally,
I have loved listening to the marvellous vocal performances of Mason Lloyd.
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