Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Razor's Ride Review

Beth Cornett is the town good girl, so staying out of the way of the motorcycle club’s dangerous members was a no brainer. Unfortunately, she manages to catch the eye of Razer, who has every intention of tempting her to take him on despite her misgivings. When her worst fears are realized, she is left heartbroken, determined to forget her walk on the wild side.

Razer was not going to change for any woman, not even Beth. Their lifestyles were too different; betrayed she ran. Realizing his mistake too late; she was not about to forgive and forget. It takes a killer intent on targeting Beth to bring her back to him and The Last Riders for protection. Razer may have learned his lesson, but this time, as long as she is at the club, she has to play by their rules.

So recently I have been in a MC jonesing kind of mood.  A lot of people had suggested I try this series by Jamie Begley.  I hadn't heard of it and I haven't read anything by Begley before so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to try something new.  I'm thrilled I did.

At first, I have to be honest, I was a bit uncertain about this novel.  Beth is the daughter of a preacher who has recently passed away.  She is 24 going on 44 and seriously uptight.  I was afraid I was never going to be able to relate to her or even like her.  But as time went on I found I really did enjoy going on her journey.  Our sweet Beth is a good girl.  No really, I am the absolute patron saint of good girls.  She goes to church, takes care of her little sister, works with elderly people who need help, and is all around an angel.

Razer is none of those things.  At least, not on the outside.  He is dangerous, sexy, tempting and a full on manwhore.  He is even proud of the latter.  But inside he is swoon worthy.  He is charming, albeit and bit crude, sexy and generally a great guy.  He is part of The Last Riders and has some great secrets and some not so great ones.  He generally screws things up with Beth and so he constantly needs to be forgiven, but for some reason, she can't stay mad at him.

If you follow me, you know I rarely give away spoilers, and this is no exception.  Pick up this book.  Once you get past the scary religion stuff, and trust me it is dark, this is actually a great read.  Lily, Beth's sister, is a killer character who I want to know more about.  That girl is holding a whole host of secrets!  I want to know about her and I want to see how Shade makes her his...because we all know that is coming!

I give this 4 lipsticks!


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