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Sid Redding a veteran who was injured in Iraq is at the end of his rope with no positive direction in site.
When a man Sid affectionately dubbed "Teddy" from the boneyard brotherhood motor cycle club walks in and changes Sid's plans.
Teddy welcomes Sid into the club where he finds purpose again fixing bikes.
Then one day Madison shows up to serve papers and Sid realizes what's still missing in his life.
This book is not your typical MC romance.
I'm used to the alpha male biker being dominant sometimes disrespectful and jumping in bed with every sweet butt in the club.
Sid is sweet, attentive, considerate, and doesn't cheat.
This low drama instant love doesn't end with a cliffhanger either.
This listen turned out to be a pleasant easy biker romance.
The narrator was a good choice for this book as well.
Gideon Welles voice fit the part of a middle aged biker.
I was gifted this book in exchange for my honest review.
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What did you like best about this story?
I loved the characters!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I honestly can't pin it down to just one moment, Sid and Madi's relationship is pretty moving throughout the book, and the book as a whole is very moving.
Any additional comments?
A sweeter MC romance than most, mainly focusing on the relationship between Sid and Madi and less on MC activities. Sid is a sweetheart of a biker. The narrator was awesome as well. I loved this book! I received a free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I was gifted This book via audiobook blast in exchange for an honest review...
This was an OK listen ,narration was good but the book for me was not gritty enough bordering on sickly sweet and considering it was meant to be a mcc book it never reached the mark .
Enough said sorry
I liked this story. I liked the simple honesty of it. I liked that for a change it was written entirely from the male protagonist's point of view. The reader has no idea with the woman is experiencing, feeling or thinking. I enjoyed Gideon Welles gravelly voice that brought Sid to life. He managed Maddi's softer tones as well. I liked that the usual pursuits associated with Motorcycle Clubs are included though the Boneyard Brotherhood's approach to drugs, etc is from a different angle giving the members a gruff exterior and a more sensitive inside. I like how Amber Burns kept it real with the genuine physical and emotional effects of PTSD. And I especially liked how this is a story about making the right choices and finding that right person to make all of it worth the effort, through the good, bad and ugly. It does feel a little slow at times but i think Maddi and Sid's story fits their personalities.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.