My rating: 5 of 5 stars
So, I’ve been after wanting Jed and Ryder’s story ever since they guest starred in Chokehold where they ran into Dom and Seth so this book was a welcome read.
What I wasn’t expecting though, was that these boys would be fighting Tooth and Luci to he my favourite MC boys. This book was so good, Jed struggling to keep his sexuality a secret, his love for his step brother crippling him and sending him off the rails.
The scene at the bridge with his Honda and the kettlebells almost broke me, I just wanted to scoop him up and wrap him in cotton wool.
But Ryder, oh I fell for Ryder big time. The older brother, the responsible one, the one with the steady girlfriend but missing something undefined in his life but which he thought might just be Jed.
The guilt over his feeling for Jed, his knowledge that it would be something they couldn’t come back from if it went wrong.
On top of that we get the sub plot with Dana – bitch woman from Hell – and the Columbian Toro, visiting the Coffin Nails to buy arms and it going horribly wrong.
It was interesting seeing the other side of the operation and how Dana lost her finger. This one’s not quite so violent as the others have been but it’s top of the tree for the sex.
Lord the Sex!! When these two finally give in there aren’t enough words to describe the emotions pouring off the page. It’s Kindle, and pants, meltingly hot, just perfect. It’s also done realistically, no instant penetration on the first go here, it hurts Jed when Ryder tops him and we get to read about them finding their way together through that.
And it only improves as these boys discover just how good they can be when they give in to their love for each other.
Now Ele, in her review, had worried me when she mentioned the HEA as being perfect for them and the appropriate option and my brain had me going all over the place wondering what it might be.
But I shouldn’t have worried, she was right. Jed and Ryder do get to ride into their own version of happiness and its awesome.