Thursday, August 29, 2013

Viper's Run (The Last Riders #2) Review

Winter Simmons received the surprise of her life when she discovered the man she had been dating for the last two years was actually Viper, president of the Last Riders. A high school principal, Winter has no intention of ruining her reputation in the community to be with a man who betrayed her trust. Unforgiving, she turns her back on him, only to find that Viper is not the gentleman he portrayed.

Determined to find his brother’s killer, Loker James kept his identity as President of The Last Riders a secret from Winter. When the truth comes out, he is determined to make her see the real man who can control not only a group of dangerous bikers, but a woman whose life is a rulebook. Unable to prevent herself from being drawn into the very club she despises, Winter is about to lose everything important to her, unless Viper can prove she’s more than a moonlight run.

It needs to be said that I enjoyed this story more than the first one.  I still apparently have a issue with sharing sexual partners, but at least they are sorta clean about it.  Which makes me sound a lot like my grandmother, a huge  This story revolves around Loker, or Viper as we get to know him, and Winter.  Winter is a good girl who has been a school principle and goes to church.  She follows strict moral codes and never takes unnecessary risks.  Except for the two years she has been dating Loker and has been trying to seduce him.  One fateful night she notices and finally understands that Loker is not who he has been pretending to be.

Viper has been in search of who killed his brother for two years.  So he took up with the high school principal to find out.  Turns out, she knew nothing about his brother's death, and rather than look at her like a woman, he kept her at arms length.  Unfortunately a tragic event pulls his real feelings for Winter out and he vows to protect and love her.  Even if she fights him every step of the way.

This story is actually pretty involved and you have to pay attention to understand where it is going, but it is a pretty decent read if you like MC's and you don't mind a lot of group sex.  The one thing that bothered me in the first book was how easy the women jumped from man to man, it took me out of my comfort zone.  But in this book, I just fell back into the routine.  I guess I understand Beth, Lily, & Winter a bit more because of it.

I give this book 4 lipsticks!  Not overly violent but there is a ton of crazy sex....=)


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