Motorhead

Series: Irresistible Bachelors, Book 7
Length: 7 hrs and 20 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (300 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Jerk. Angry bastard. That’s how people describe me. Everyone in this small town knows to steer clear of me.  

Thing is, they don’t know me. They don’t know what I’ve seen, what I’ve done. So I’ve learned to put up a shield to protect both myself and them. When everything gets to be too much, I escape on my beloved Harley, the wind in my face calming my soul.  

But my new neighbor hasn’t gotten the memo about me. She’s a walking, talking firecracker, and I can’t help but imagine what that feistiness is like in bed. She’s full of dangerous curves and a smart mouth that draws me to her like nothing I’ve ever felt.   

We couldn’t be more different. I’m a grumpy asshole, and she’s a sassy princess, but somehow, she sees through me, and our spark is undeniable.  

The question is...will we light up like pretty fireworks or a devastating explosion?  

I should warn her that she’s not safe with me, but I’m tempted to take her for a ride. A ride neither of us will ever forget.  

Motorhead is a full-length romance with an HEA, no cheating, and no cliff-hanger!

©2017 Lauren Landish (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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I Loved it!

Motorhead by Lauren Landish is so much more than I expected! I read the book and loved it, but the audiobook adds so much more. Savannah Peachwood and Lee Samuels had great chemistry they brought to the book. I loved their banter as MacKayla and Evan. This book is a standalone listen and part of a series, The story is original, has depth of characters, well plotted, has humor, steam, and some unexpected twists. I so enjoyed this book! Lauren Landish has a writing style that doesn't recycle the same story, but writes original material in each and every book. I can't wait to listen to her next book!

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Another great listen to the series

All I can say is this is another great one to the series. I love this series . Each story has a different story line and different endings. In some you see hero’s and Heroine from other stories .
Hero is Evan . Heroine is MacKayla .

Evan is a hard lived man that rides a Harley . Evans also doesn’t like to make it a habit to get involved with issues that he might have to untangle himself . He thinks is it worth it ?

Mackaya meanwhile is totally different, she’s a go getter, stuburn. Once she sees something there is nothing that will stop her from achieving it . She moved from Hollywood to a small town to open a new salon .
Both Evan and MacKaya eye each other , one thinks is it worth the trouble and the other thinks let me at them
Once they butt heads who gives in .

Both narrators are great . They have strong sexy voices. The voices are smooth and clear

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Hot Mechanic!

After moving to a new town and starting her new salon, McKayla is ready to start her new life. When Brad, her best friend and partner in the salon wants some pictures to hang up, they go to the Harley parked outside and McKayla begins to pose on it only to be interrupted by the handsome, yet gruff owner, Evan. And the sparks fly. From the start, these two had combustible chemistry, but Evan is doing everything he can to push her away. Will he be able to overcome his closed heart and let McKayla in? Lauren Landish has done it again, giving all the feels of new love, intense passion and the ability to heal the broken man. I really enjoyed learning this couple, and how no matter what Evan threw at McKayla, she would not back down from her feelings and their connection. The thread of underlying suspense added some thrilling scenes too, giving the story some edginess. Add in the men from the Elks and some interesting clients in the salon and this listen had humor, and sage advice.

Narrated by Savannah Peachwood and Lee Samuels, I knew I was in for a treat. Both seasoned narrators picked up the flavor of the characters perfectly. Peachwood gives McKayala that right amount of sass, and I love her voice for Brad! I can just picture the two bantering back and forth! Samuels gives Evan than roughness of a broken soldier just as I would expect him to have. Combined, they make this story come to life.

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Good entertainment, good story<br />

This is the 3rd book in Lauren Landish's series. By far the best of the series hands down. The 1st book I believe was "Matchmaker". That one was okay but lacked any real gusto. The 2nd book "Mr. Fixit" fell flat.
This story grabbed my attention right from the get go because of the flamboyant characters, Brad and Makalay. Then bring out the gruff and loud biker. I knew it was going to be a good story. I was right. Of course, it always helps when there's a creep factor thrown in too.
I would recommend this book to anyone who doesn't mind some colorful language or hot steamy scenes thrown in once in awhile.
I didn't review on the 1st or 2nd book. I just didn't care enough to put forth the effort.

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Hairstylist and Mechanic

Mackayla is a pink haired bombshell Hollywood hairstylist who along with her best friend, opened up a shop in a small town. Right across the street is the mechanics shop run by two brothers, one who is a bad ass motorcycle riding military veteran haunted by demons of his past. Evan is a grumbling and trying to protect others from himself but its a message Mackayla isn't accepting. As she slowly breaks down Evan's defenses, their passion and love blossoms. With a little stalker drama thrown in that doesn't resolve until the last hour (but the reader will have their suspicions).

This book had just the right amount of sass from a strong female lead and drama to keep the reader interested. Usually I know what is missing that could make a book a 5 star in my mind but nothing jumps out at me. It wasn't my favorite but definitely a good one.

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loved

I am so happy we got to see a rough rider. Harley all the way!

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A Must Listen To!

Couldn't stop listening to this book! You could really feel What each character was feeling. She was right there is Nothing like riding on a motorcycle!

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Motorhead

This book was probably the grittiest in this series. Evan is gruff, rough, he’s fight his own demons, and doesn’t like to be around anyone. McKayla is sassy, feisty, and a total opposite from Evan. Can her brightness eclipse his darkness? Their chemistry is instantaneous, hot, and extremely palpable. This was a intriguing, suspenseful, and highly entertaining.
Savannah Peachwood was fantastic as always with her sweet voice and Lee Samuels deep, alluring cadence was simply perfect. I loved listening to them bring these characters to life.

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might be my favorite of the series. neither character was wishy washy really. nice change.

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Perfect narrators

Lee Samuels was a good choice because his voice is masculine without being too deep and Savannah Peachwood has a voice like silk.