Thrust into a world of danger and fear, first grade teacher Emily is forced to comply with a terrifying MC president's demands in order to save her brother's life. Her only port in the storm is Jester, a member of a rival MC she's supposed to use and betray. Jester proves to be the opposite of everything Emily expects, and before long she's in his bed, and he's in her heart.
Jester would give life and limb for the No Prisoners Motorcycle Club. His sole focus needs to be on the impending attack against their enemies, the Grimm Brothers. Meeting sweet and innocent Emily wasn't part of his plan, and falling for her is out of the question.
Can Emily save her brother's life without destroying the man who opens her eyes and heart to an amazing world of pleasure? She'll do anything in her power to help her brother while protecting Jester, but when Jester finds out she was sent by his enemy, she may lose everything she's trying to preserve.
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- Danielle Miller
May Be The Ride Of Your Life
I would. The narrators do a good job. I felt that Mr. Levine had me imagining what a man in an MC might sound like. He brought the male characters to life.
I loved the mix of suspense and action. The only thing that might have made it better was if I could listen to this book while riding on a motorcycle - the ultimate way to set a scene.
I may surprise some people but I actually liked Jester. He may seem to be a big burly bad*ss but you can tell that he really cares about Emily. He's a man that would do anything for his family. There's no mistaking what type of club he belongs to.
I wouldn't say that it made me cry but you will get a strong emotion when Snake makes his appearance and every time he contacts Emily. He also has you wanting to kick a certain someone in the butt.
I actually listened to this book three times. For some reason every time that Ms. DeWard said "Jester" I kept hearing "Chester. This was one reason, but not the only one, that I listened to it so many times. I'm not sure if my brain and my ears just couldn't connect or it's just the way Ms. DeWard was pronouncing his name. But I did keep hearing it the same way each time.
There's some violence but it's not graphic enough that it should stop you from listening. Our two main characters create a lot of heat and during this hot weather we're having I had to crank up the air conditioning. This was the first book that I've listened to by this author and I'm hoping it won't be my last. Especially if there's more coming up in this series.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Audio Copy of this book.