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I was won over at the end.
A preachers daughter and a member of an MC.
A strange combination but it happened. I did struggle with the story many times and I've read a lot of MC romance.
I have read books were the MC have the club whores, each club gives them different names but in Razors club they have to earn 6 votes then they become a member who then basically serve the members with sex. There are no Old ladies in this club.
To become a member they have to bed any 6 of the original members of which there are 8, Razor included so Razor will always, in theory, be a cheat and Beth had to accept the way of the club.
I struggled with the above and Beth forgiving so easily too without a fight or using backbone and Razors uncaring and whoring ways also grated on me.
I liked it, cringed a lot, but it was ok.
I listened on audio and narration was good for a female narrator doing many characters voices due to this being third person.
I think if this book was first person and Razor had a voice and his own thoughts it would of been different, maybe I would of understood his ways better but alas ....
Contains lots of graphic sex, contains cheating and leads to a hea.
I love the last riders, and have the whole series on eBook, this is my first time listening to to an audiobook of a book I love, and it didn't disappoint, the narrative was good, the speaker was clear, and I got thoroughly engrossed in her telling of the story, and I'll certainly try it again
Well... I wasn't expecting that. The way this book started... I was so close to hitting the delete button on my Kindle. But I stuck with it and boy I was soooo glad I did. Right around chapter 4ish the book really picks up... but it was after party and Razer F* up big time that the book took off.
I loved the chemistry between Beth and Razor. It was really done well... after Beth move into the clubhouse... Her goody christian behavior is actually such a touching plot point in the end... OMG... I am still crying!! **Tear-drop**
But the all time best ever in the uninverse "break-up" scene still has me reeling... OMG! I was angry, sad, excited, in shock, I think comotose at one moment, and even horrified!!! It was the best, I mean the best ever break-up scene I have ever read/listen too... It was so good... I forgave the beginning of this book...just to get to that scene... AMAZING...
Narration was so-so for me... that turn into just right... Like I said...the beginning is brutal, I just didn't like it at all... and then all of a sudden, the whiney voice of Beth just worked, the gruffness of Razor's voice worked really well...the story all just came together in the end...
So worth a credit or sale... and Yes, I think even a buy... simply because of that break-up scene.
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Horrible does not begin to cover how much I hated this book. Talk about the hero being an arrogant D-bag and the heroine a whimpering- skittish being.
Beth, having been raised is a very christian home somehow (really i can't explain it) becomes fascinated with Razer who is a giant ass! The author tried to make us see him as this millitary guy who joined a motorcycle group so that he can belong... Let's not forget this 'motorcycle' group is so quick to call the cops when shit hits the fan??? Unbelievably silly...
The entire book is Beth bending over backwards to fit her life into Razer's world. The only concession Razer makes is to "agree" to break up with Beth should he desire to have sex with some other female BUT he still gets to share his body other ways. Come on now, really???
I can go on and on about this book but the bottom line is...if all you want is eroticism from this book then buy it... but if you are a fan of romance and want a story that will grip your heart and whisk you away to HEA-ville then don't waste you time or credit. Good thing I only paid $2.99 for this listen otherwise i would definitely be returning it!
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