She's been a good girl too long - now she's ready to be bad. And on the back of a Harley is the best way to get there.
Elizabeth Williams, a single, small-town librarian, knows she doesn't belong in the notorious biker bar, Perdition. Especially not alone, in a frilly pink bridesmaid dress. But after watching her best friend marry her ex-boyfriend, she's ready to drink her cares away. And break out of the good girl mold she's been stuck in most of her life.
Ryker, a member of the Four Horsemen MC, can't take his eyes off the gorgeous, curvy redhead at his club's bar. He suddenly has a taste for pink and he's going to get him some. Just for one night, of course, because Ryker doesn't do relationships. Ever.
One night turns into more - until a wild party and a pair of naked blondes get in the way. Now she's ready to run, and his pride demands he let her go. But when Elizabeth's ex begins to stalk her, Ryker realizes he'll do anything to keep her safe. Can a rough, tough biker hang onto both his pride and his woman?
©2014 Cynthia Richards (P)2016 Cynthia Richards
Seriously one of the best mc books I have ever experienced especially when Kai and wen are narrating. I absolutely loved it when Ryker finally beat the shit out of Carl the stupid ass.
the narrators were AWESOME making this story come alive
to me they are all unique soI can on;y say ths book is so good
they always live the parts if it is the accents or emotion or both , Reading just doesnot convey the story like listening to them in audio
when they were at the fair , Stryker finally got a taste of his own medicine
this author did a great job with this book, you see how they come together 2 worlds collide, and Kai Kennicott , Wen Ross were the perfect ones to bring the book to life
I have listened and returned so many stupid mc books. I really enjoyed this one. A little short but definitely a good one
Love listening to audio books.
This book is a romantic, bit of comedy and a small amount of violence some soft bdsm.
Elizabeth Williams aka pinky a librarian has not had a bad life but when it comes to her love life, this day she said fuck it all. She stopped at a biker bar after attending her ex's wedding, whom he married her best friend. She is all good girl, but is not looking for more than a one night stand, but one night is not enough for this biker. With help from his mother and a friend, he is beginning to see there is more beyond his world, but is it worth it.
Freddie Mercury aka Ryker has been born and raised in the biker life, he has known nothing else and he will do anything for his family. But when a night with a sexy librarian tilts his world he is not going to let go, what ever it is they have. All of a sudden he find himself wanting no one else but her and now he is going to risk a lot to protect her from her ex and ever other man that keeps looking at her.
I have to admit, it was a good book, although I could not connect with the characters. There are some funny parts but over all it was good, just not my type of book, sorry.
This was a good story enhanced by narrator. Not a dark gross mc novel. More about the romance
Really didn't get into the gritty outlaw side. No rough harsh treatment of women just for the sake of it being an mc novel. Story is more about Alpha male biker meets girl and how that relationship develops. The girl develops her sass. Really good.
It was good. Did not want it to end
I like this. Could not stop listening until the end.
Read/Listen, Review and Recommend!
I am sorry, I wanted to like this story but it just wasn’t memorable for me. I only finished it a day ago and I had to play back some of it to write this review. And that has never happened to me before.
Really the only thing that saved this story in my mind were the narrators, they kept me listening.
I just didn’t find it a very in-depth book.
I did like that Ryker kept calling her by his nick name for her, I loved that.
Elizabeth’s ex, was a grade A douche! Just saying.
Yes it’s a short and I didn’t feel like it was missing anything vital, maybe it was just me and I didn’t connect with the characters. It wasn’t badly written or anything.
*All my Reviews are 100% honest and my own.*
I love the story and followed up the rest of the books on my Kindle but their southern accents are so annoying. the guy sounds like he's trying to do an impression of Nicolas Cage in Con Air but not a good impression.
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
Short books don't usually tempt me but this had two things going for it... Bikers and the narrators so I took the chance..... but quickly regretted it. There was no depth to the characters, the plot was stupid, I didn't feel the sizzles or chemistry between Ryker and Elizabeth and I didn't like either of them. Elizabeth had been to her ex boyfriend and ex best friend's wedding and, wanting to drown her sorrows, she stops at the notoriously rough Biker Bar.... alone - as if! Where she's hit on by a sexy handsome smooth talking Biker. And, just like that, the quiet vanilla Librarian becomes Ryker's next piece of ass.... because he likes asses and the Hellions (Bar whores) that flock to him. But he wants a change and Elizabeth is all kinds of that... however it isn't long before he corrupts and changes her into his badass biker bitch.
There's so much sex in this short book that it doesn't leave much room for anything else... and Ryker's focus always seems to be on Elizabeth's ass... by spanking, plugging and getting it on his bike... or should I say over it!! There's a few secondary characters including her messed up ex and his stalking Elizabeth causes a wee bit of angst and drama. There's also angst caused by Ryker's manwhore arrogant attitude of "your mine but I can f whoever I like" which doesn't go down well with Elizabeth and she makes her point but the woman's weak-willed really. Ryker's a dislikeable dirty talking dick and Elizabeth is putty in his arms - and she's welcome to him. Third person dual POV's and even the great narration couldn't save this one for me.
Worth a credit? I love MC books.... they have plenty of sexy dirty talking Bikers, they're hot and there's always a good plot.... but, in comparison, this book sadly missed its mark and was nothing like them. So, IMO, not a creditworthy or dollar worthy listen.
Audiobook Addict. It's all about the Listen. Mostly Romance, but I do branch out a bit. Reviews are my honest opinions-popular or not.
I went into this knowing that the reviews were mixed (love or hate) and that the story had some unbelievability to get past and wanted to find out where I fell on that scale. First off, you have to accept the unbelievable/highly unlikely factor: Going to your ex's wedding… who is marrying your (still) best friend… being a bridesmaid in said wedding… leaving the reception to get drunk at a biker bar you've never been to … in a pink, pouffy bridesmaid dress … CRYING publicly at said biker bar … hot biker interested in ANY way in speaking to hot mess, crying bridesmaid in pouffy dress … allowing said hot mess to hand your ass to you in game of pool … near instantaneous abandonment of both his and her ingrained personalities upon hooking up … OK, if you can suspend reality and get past all of that (and I did), then you can begin to enjoy the brief ride that is their courtship.
The author is good at spinning a yarn. I loved her use of sarcasm and humor. I especially liked the supporting characters, like Shepherd (Captain Cockblock), and even though I was not a huge fan of the H and h, I don't have to relate to them to find them interesting, and I did enjoy the story as a whole.
The narration team is one I have liked before, and while I would listen to them again, they were just not the right choice for this book. They're a little too "wholesome" or something. It just didn't work. Too smooth maybe, not gritty/edgy enough. Also, they went too far with the southern accents-- too much--too fake, and it almost sounded like they were making fun of the dialect rather than incorporating a subtle twang, or even none. (Not all Texans sound like hicks, just like not all Californians sound like surfers and valley girls.) However, in spite of that, they did a good job narrating the book, even though I don't think they were the right choice in terms of "performing" it.
This seems more like a prequel to the series than a book 1, and the next one is longer and looks like it could be good. I'm hopeful that this is kind of like the so-so pilot of what becomes an awesome TV show because I feel like it started out less than fabulous but ended up being pretty good. So, I didn't love it, and I didn't hate it. I liked the author's writing style, it was an OK listen, the next one looks way better, and it was worth the couple of bucks because I got a Kindle/Whispersynch deal so I'm not out a credit. The most honest advice I can give is to try it out with Whispersynch. You might like it enough to invest in the next one.
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