What I was expecting was a MC badass biker gang, hot sex, old ladies, patches and some hot Alpha type guys. However, what I got was mainly a Murder/M..Show More »ystery with a Hero who had once formed an easy going innocent Biker Club (now disbanded) with friends when they were all much younger. Now he's sure one of those friends had just been murdered.
Vince is a tattooed, sexy, drool-worthy hard-ass Alpha type who's been in trouble before, he's got a dirty mind and a mouth to match it and he's got quick and snappy dialogue too and when he sees Kim he knows he wants her in the worst (or best) way. He denied the romance but was all in for the desire and sex but it was interwoven with the main plot line of murders, cover-ups, mystery, suspense, with paranormal visions, a few hot sex scenes, some interesting secondary characters and eventually the I love you's happened but I just didn't feel any romance.
Narrator had a very gravelly voice like he'd smoked 40 a day so his female voices suffered for it.
Worth a credit? This had a bit too much murder/mystery to the plot than I personally like and the plot line doesn't conclude but will continue in further books but I don't think I'll be following this series, not because it's not good, but because it just doesn't 'fit' with my own personal romantic taste.
Oh, how I enjoy this story - I enjoyed reading it AND listening to it! And, if it were ever made into a decent movie, I know I would enjoy watching it..Show More » too. It's just an all around literary wonder to me. Duncan Welch may not be a Fitzwilliam Darcy but there isn't ANY-thing I don't find utterly fascinating about him. Cara McKenna wrote a character, who at first, appears vain, contemptuous, cold, and shallow, but in his depths I've found one of my favorite fictional characters, ever. Nothing about Duncan is superficial but with his self-invented haughty and superior manner, he definitely comes across that way...at first. Once his carefully constructed and protective layers are stripped away he takes my breath away. Literally. I can't count the number of times I chuckled, snorted, or laughed out loud during my initial reading or while listening to this audiobook. The narrator, Tom Weiner, expertly conveys Duncan's personality. Gawd, it was so much fun to hear what I previously had to imagine. It's not all laughs, though. There were several times when Duncan's inner monologue or vocalized confessions tugged at my heartstrings. I find every element of this story engrossing, no matter what format it comes in.