Reviewed by: Douglas C. Meeks
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
I wanted this book to be a lot better than it was, sadly the first chapter or 2 was more like a cross between a literary version of a “snuff” film and the Red Wedding from Game of Thrones. We have the evil guy (hero) and the REALLY evil guy, nobody to really like.
The we are introduced to our heroine after this and for a few chapters she is inconsistently portrayed as some male biker who happens to be female, then she reverts to just a plain old slut and then just gets weak in the knees every time our bad boy hero looks her way. She is supposed to be a strong person but she spends most of her time being batsh*t crazy or having sex or wanting to have sex. The chaos was overpowering and not good reading IMHO. By the end of the book you still were not sure who she was personality-wise.
There was a lot of things that kept looking like it was snatched and modified from “The Lost Boys” but perhaps that was just my imagination so readers can decide for themselves.
The whole book was verbose in the extreme and then after struggling through this mire of massive verbiage we have an ending that took forever and then left me with a cliffhanger. Not my idea of a great book sadly and at the end there was really nobody I liked in this story.
The basic story was a good one (why I gave it 3 stars and not less) but a bit more story, a bit better story editing, a bit less sex (which bordered on abuse many times from my perspective) and lose the cliffhanger and this would have been a much better book.