Red Hot Bikers, Rock Stars and Bad Boys- Anthology
This is the perfect opportunity to try the work of authors that you might not have read in the past and it gives a chance for discover just how diverse they all are.
This subject matter is right up my street so when I got the chance to review, I was so excited and having now finished the anthology I have to say that it was a little belter!
I have debated how best to review the anthology but decided on a quick gallop around all the books included.
So here we go (in no particular order):
Resisting by Chelle Bliss
This story was about Izzy and James and I have to say they were more than enough to hold my attention. She was as funny as they came and as for James, well, the man has it all in spades!
Forever Ours by Cassia Leo
Told for both points of view this is a story about how far you are prepared to go for the one you love.
Claire needed more than Chris thought he was able to give but was it?
Stella and Dane by Deanna Roy
This made my heart hurt! There was so much pain in this story that I found it hard to read but I hate judgemental people and was reading with my fingers crossed that Stella and Dane would reward me and them with a future that was truly awesome.
Randomly Ever After by Julia Kent
I have download the other books that go with this one as I feel I need to give it the opportunity to engage me fully but I have to say that it while the outset was far from ideal, I appreciated the fact that the characters really were completely devoted to each other, a funny book that I enjoyed.
Every Breath You Take by Blair Babylon
Now this one I have actually read before, my review can be found at
Cold Fusion an Iron Tornadoes MC Romance by Olivia Rigal
This was bloody brilliant!!! I loved it, it was full on and completely worth every minute I spent with it. I mean undercover with white supremacists, not your everyday fodder but dear lord give this one plenty of time- you will need it! Fabulous!!!!
The Storm and the Darkness by Sarah M. Cradit
Took me a while to get into this one, again it was from an author that I hadn’t read before but once I got to grips with what was going on and all the characters, I thought the book was really good. The writing was super and the pace was breath-taking towards the end.
Rock Candy by Daizie Draper
OMG, I needed hosing down after this one, it was smoking hot!!! A fantastic read, funny and smooth- loved it!
Wuther by V. J. Chambers
This just wasn’t for me, I can appreciate the author style and craft but the story was not one that I could get into.
Three Nights with a Rock Star by Amber Lin and Shari Slade:
I had to take my time with this one because it lost me on a couple of occasions but I loved Locke and took to Hailey straight away. A Great Read!
Revik by JC Andrijeski
Well written and eclectic, not, my normal read but an author that I would like to try reading more of.