Saturday, August 13, 2016

Review of Reaper's Fire by Joanna Wylde

I recieved this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we Gagi "Gage" Alfonso Leon's story we are also introduced to Tinker Garrett. Tinker has moved back to her home town of Hallies Falls to help with her dad. She isn't sure she really wants to be there but family is important and with her just recently loosing her mom she is determined to help in anyway she can with the only parent she has left. The longer she stays her though the more she remembers why she wanted to leave it in the first place. With all the small town gossips she isn't sure she can get a moments piece when she meets a man looking for a job and to rent the apartment she finally thinks are looking up. That is until she finds out he is a biker and the biker gang that is in this town is bad news. Can she trust Cooper/Gage or will she turn him away to protect herself from another man?

Gage volunteered to come down and find out what the Nighthawks MC are doing and why it seems like they are screwing the Reapers MC out of a lot of money. What Gage didn't know is he would have to use the psycho chick to get close to their club and he would meet a woman who would make him think twice about the possibility of an old lady. Tinker is one of the most beautiful women that Gage has ever seen but he knows for now at least she has to be hands off. But the more he tries to resist her pull the more he is drawn into her. Can he have it all the answers for the club and the woman who is starting to mean more to him then he thought possible?

This is another amazing MC book from this author. We have reference to some old favorites like Pic, Taz, and Levi. This book can be read as a stand alone but I would recommend reading all the book from this author there are references for thing that happen in them. This book has so many twists and turns I really want to tell you about but I hate when someone gives spoilers I think a reader should experience them for themselves. I will say this book will grab you from word one and not let you go until the very last word. This will be a book where you lock the door kick everyone out and not talk to anyone until you have read the very last word. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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