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No woman had ever joined the Rising Sons...until now.

A standalone novel in the Rising Sons universe.

Raven is tough and strong, and she lives for the rush of the open road. She's trying for something that no woman has ever done, and the Rising Sons aren't going to make it easy for her. When trouble comes to the Rising Sons, though, she might be the only one man enough to stand against it.

Gunner is ride or die. The club was the only thing on his mind until Raven showed up. As soon as he saw her, he had to have her. She's not just another lay to him but an equal - someone he can stand beside. She's everything he wanted but didn't know existed in a woman.

When the president of the MC is attacked and put into a coma, the club starts to crumble. Tensions rise when Raven and Gunner both try to step in and lead. Together they have to stop old enemies - and new - from tearing down everything that is The Rising Sons Motorcycle Club.

©2015 Davida Lynn, Your Fantasy Publishing (P)2015 Davida Lynn

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it was ok

The concept of the book is really good. There is to many characters relaying information. instead of 1 or 2 povs there are 6 or 7. it was to much to try and keep up with.

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Not sure I would title this has a biker "Romance"

It wouldn't bad it was OK. I did get the feeling however that perhaps I should've read the first two novellas in the series because there was no history behind the characters at all.

One minute they hate each other's guts and the next minute they're in love not sure I felt the storyline build up to a romance it seemed somewhat forced to me.

Overall needs MC romance books especially the 1%, I'm not feeling and empathy for the characters so when somebody gets hurt or someone dies you just feel like yeah but that's your life so deal with it maybe it's just me. I will say I felt that get over it mentality a lot more in this biker book then I have other see other in MC.
People want to act all badass and then whine when they get a badass pushed right back At them. I did like the spin on a woman inside MC that was cool.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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So in love!

Amazing story with wonderful voice to go alone with it! I was not able to stop from the first chapter I heard!
Love the author Davida Lynn! Fan for life here!

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An amazing read

What can I say about the Rising Sons that no other has already said... I was completely drawn in from the very beginning. Mind you this is the first time I have ever used audiobooks but I have to say that the characters and the story flowed smoothly. Gunner has to be my favorite person in this entire story because he tries to play as if he is this big bad person but secretly underneath he has a soft spot for a certain sexy female and they are both fighting their feelings the entire time.

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brotherhood at it's finest

Davida did it again with this book. the narrator did an awesome job with her emotions and vocals. the story was just what was needed for the Sons

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good story ...just not great

story was all over the place. it was very hard to follow at times. Performance was really better than the story.

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No... just no

Sadly I did not fall for this book as quickly as the "heroine" in this book did for the hero. In my opinion the story was all over the place and did not feel organized. I think that they want to give a lot of details, which the story needed, in the shortest time possible. It didn't work in my opinion.

Good story, poorly executed.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful