Loving the Biker

Narrated by: Nina Sumter
Series: The Biker, Book 6
Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (61 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When Detective Terin O'Brien is assigned to an investigation involving the Gold Vipers, she is blind-sided by the strong attraction she has for their newest member, Cole Davis. Now Terin is caught between wanting Cole behind bars and wanting him as a man, which she knows is wrong, stupid, and above all else ... dangerous.

©2017 Kristen Middleton (P)2017 Kristen Middleton

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Terin and Cole

This is another good installment of the Biker series and I am enjoying each book. Nina Sumter did an OK job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Again a tale of summing up a person by association

Yes,as with all parts of Society, there are those of good and bad characters. Unfortunately, the majority of society seem to have preconceived notions of those that ride motor bikes, and band together in a group, for mutual comradeship and friendship.
This tale shows a female detective, who has a hassle with a fellow colleague, and has meet, and is attracted to a member of the Gold Viper motor bike club.
I know which of these characters I would put my faith in.
Yes, there are bad apples in every bunch, the aim is to weed them out, so they don't contaminate the rest.

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A good read!

Enjoyable and entertaining. I love this biker series.

Great characters. Good story.

Narration was okay. Not grand.

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narration hell

story was ok..though not my favorite. the narration was like nails on a chalkboard which didn't make sense since its the Sammy narrator from other books in the series. some voices didn't match the characters, raina was high pitched with a southern accent; a lot of the guys sounded like mouth breathers. ALSO, if i had to hear the phrases "... he/she said..." during conversation between multiple characters one more time I thought I was gonna lose it. it was like hearing someone use "umm" and "like" to gather thoughts. Almost as if the author was trying to reach a word count goal for the book or the narrator was. seriously.

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great book

great book looking for more from this author couldn't put it down keep your attention

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The worst audible book ever

This was, by far, the worst audible book I’ve ever listened to. The narrations were comical, the plot, boring, and it was truly difficult to listen to it until the end.