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Another brilliant listen by Kristen Ashley. I love her biker bad boys and this one was at the top of my list with alpha male hotness. In this book we have the biker princess Tabby (daughter of the MC’s president) and swoon-worthy Shy (the biker club brother). They’ve both been secretly in love with each for some time but tragedy brings them together in a most unexpected way. This of course leads to lots of steamy sex and a HEA. I loved seeing characters from previous books; Tack, Tyra, Tex, Mitch, Hawk, Lee and the very fabulous Elvira! I love the Chaos MC! Come on Audible, bring us Motorcycle Man please!
Even though this is not her first book, it could still be read as a stand-alone. I will warn you that Kristen Ashley has a very unique writing style and not all appreciate her stiff dialogue or run on sentences. I for one love it.
5 star listen!
22 of 23 people found this review helpful
It took me a little while to adapt to the biker lingo but once I did I was hooked! I'm warning you that you need to keep an open mind. This writer is bringing you into this biker world which means they have their own language. Lets just say they express themselves differently. The plot kept me interested. In a way, it reminded me of the show Sons of Anarchy. This biker club is about loyalty and family. Shy & Tabby are some serious hotness!! Shy is all Alpha but deep down has a sweet side. They took forever to show their true feelings for each other but worth it when the story ends with an HEA! This book had tragedy, comradery, passion, badassness, and heartfelt moments. I happened to like the book and found all the characters interesting. I will continue with the series.
33 of 35 people found this review helpful
I enjoy Kristen Ashley's books and after the Rock Chick series have been looking for more on audible. Unfortunately, unlike the RC series, most are read badly and I mean AWFUL. I suspect audible knows this and this is why the sample of this book starts about a minute in to the first chapter, just enough to avoid hearing the reader attempt a male voice - which is a raspy, flat mess. The reader does female voices well, but overall the narration is pretty terrible and though I was enjoying the story, I just could continue.
I re-read Motorcycle Man before starting this book, but it isn't necessary, the chaos series stands alone. However, the understanding of wider family connections from reading motorcycle man is useful and I think potentially brings further enjoyment of the characters.
This KA book felt a little different in that it had an emotional start that lasted into the first 25% of the book. The emotions were intense and I truly felt the tragedy. I really enjoyed the passing of time in this book, it allowed Tabby time to grow from a petulant, rebellious 16 year old to a young woman messing up her life to further maturity. I found Shy to be a great hero, I felt magnetised to his persona! I loved that Shy, without coercion, instinctively decided he wanted a more even partnership with Tabby than was traditional between Chaos men and their women. There is a utterly engaging story threaded throughout this book and it is definitely one of my favourite KA reads.