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I'm a big MC romance fan! I love the dark, intense, gritty, raw side of the MC world, and the hot alpha bikers! However, compared to other MC stories I've listened too, Wrecked is on the mild side of the MC world. It has language, and a tough biker who's been to prison, but the overall plot felt more like a romantic suspense.
After listening to book one in the Chosen Few MC series, I was ready to dive right into Wrecked, but felt the plot was not as intense or gritty compare to Cursed. Greg Jones is a mechanic who's suffered loss and has been to prison. He's focusing on building a life, and working on bikes. When he meets his niece's teacher, he's immediately attracted to her; however, their attraction was on the lukewarm side, and took a longer to develop.
Melanie is a dedicated and caring teacher, who notices one of her student's has a troubled home life. When she tries to reach out to this student, it back fires on her and her class. Greg, and his MC come to their rescue.
The narration was great. Andy has a deep gravely voice which is perfect for MC characters. I did not use headphones while listening to this story; however, I could see how his voice may be too deep at times for headphones to hear clearly.
I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review, and overall I enjoyed the story. While the plot was not as intense, or as a gritty as other MC's, it was well thought out and flowed naturally. Listening to this story, gave me a break from the darker MC's in my collection, and helped balance my collection.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This was a very tame MC book. It was on the slow side and kind of boring in the beginning.
Who was your favorite character and why?
The Grease Princess, who does not love a Grease Princess
Any additional comments?
This was very short read, very tame on MC. It was enjoyable.
This audio was provided by audiobookboom in exchange of an honest review.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
This book follows Greg who owns his own motorbike repair shop and works primarily for the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club. Greg lost his wife years earlier and has no thoughts of a serious relationship until he meets his niece's teacher, Melanie, and he immediately feels drawn to her. Melanie has reservations over a couple of her 12 year old students and decides she wants to meet their role models, she is not prepared for sexy biker Greg to pull up at the school on his motorbike, but she is intrigued, she's never been in a motorbike before. They spend time together going on a couple of dates and bike rides, and when Melanie and the children she is taking on a school trip are taken hostage she turns to the only person she believes can save them, Greg. I listened to this book on audible, and even though the narrator had a gorgeous voice, it felt like he was just reading the book out loud as opposed to really feeling the emotions in the story. At times the story was a little rushed and clichéd, I felt like the characters were just going through the motions and I didn't particularly feel the chemistry between them. The story was interesting, although I did feel as if the mechanics of motorbikes was focusses on more than it needed to be, as too was Melanie's teaching career. I would have liked to know more about Melanie and Greg's relationship and interaction. I loved reading about the two main children, Carly and Brian, and loved their interactions and storyline. I received a copy of this as an audiobook from the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
Normally a fan of Nessa books but this one not so good sorry,
An anti-establishment school dad, who's rants went Far too long a sweet heroine who waffles and, didn't get any more interesting as the story went on,
a first date where neither connect in any way other than in comfortable silence if you like an interesting plot with some character development ,not for me and the narrator Nooooo
Her last book was so good this not so much
This book was gifted to me in exchange for an honest reviews by audiobook blast