The hits just keep on coming for Tessie Marie Harlow. She has never had an easy life. Her mom disabled, her dad long gone, and a single mom raising a rambunctious little boy - that's her world.
Her childhood aspirations to be a nurse disappeared after a college spring fling both blessed and burdened her with a baby boy. Dropping out of school, she returned to her hometown and began to settle in. Getting the only job she could, as a bartender, she now spends her days caring for her son and nights serving the Hellions Motorcycle Club and their affiliates.
Andy "Shooter" Jenkins has always been around. Too wrapped up with raising Rex, Tessie has never really noticed him before. He has never been loud or known to have the girls hanging all over him. He is a mystery. A chance encounter brings him to her rescue not once but twice.
The members of the Desert Ghosts Motorcycle Club are in town and bring their own brand of chaos right to Tessie's door. Forced into her day-to-day life, Shooter is doing everything he can to shelter and protect her as lines are crossed and a war between two clubs begins.
Contains mature themes.
This book was a perfect blend of action, love, family, and heated sexy romance. The narration is absolutely flawless as well. Overall I would recommend parting with a credit for it!
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Would you consider the audio edition of Merciless Ride to be better than the print version?
Yes, I always prefer audio to print when it comes to biker books. It brings a whole new element to the story as you listen Putin
What was one of the most memorable moments of Merciless Ride?
I'm not sure if anything is really worth calling memorable because nothing stood out to me, but the book was still good to listen to.
What does Elizabeth Hart and Jeremy York bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The detail that the narrators bring into the characters helps with the story. However, some of the parts of the story seemed to drag on because of the way it's narrated.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No, it took me a few days to get through this one.
I like the hellions books and I like Jeremy York as a narrator. But I do not like York as a female narrator. Hart as a male narrator has a lot to be desired. I guess I have listened to books that are truly dual narrated and now this kind of dual narration just gets on my nerves. I hate it because I really enjoy audible books. I may just have to go back to reading again.. At least there is female trying to sound like a male and ruining the experience.
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