Published: April 20th 2020
Publisher: Carina Press
Length: 256 pages
My Rating: 4 stars
Every year, the hot, tatted biker comes into Abbie’s bar, orders whiskey and asks her out. Every year, Abbie turns him down. After all, dating a man that goes by Temper seems like a really bad idea, no matter how attracted she is to him.
But this year is different. Abbie’s different. Older, wiser and tired of being stuck behind the bar in a sleepy town. This year, she’s ready for whatever adventure the sexy but sweet biker has in store for her.
Or so she thinks…until an elegant candlelit dinner ends with a dead body.
Now Abbie finds herself on the ride of her life, whisked away to the big city in Temper’s protective custody. She should be scared, but—despite his nickname—it’s clear the last thing Temper would ever do is hurt a hair on her head. And when danger catches up with them, Abbie soon realizes that holding tight to her man while straddling a Harley may be the safest place of all.
This book is part of a series but can be read as a standalone. There are some spoilers for the previous two books but not enough to spoil those characters stories. I love a bad boy romance, and this author was my first taste of motorcycle club romance. I fell in love, it is the perfect blend of romance and drama. The heroes are slightly anti-heroes in that they carry out questionable/illegal activities, but they have hearts of gold, and they have strong binds to each other.
The two main characters are perfect for each other, Abby brings out Temper’s softer side and Temper makes Abbie more independent and assertive. They were a great combination, and the sex is scorching. I recommend this series to anyone who loves a great romance.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.