6 August 2017

Ride Me Right - Review

Ride Me Right - Raising Hellfire #2
by Michele de Winton

What they say: Enter the gritty biker world of the Raising Hellfire MC series where these L.A. bikers drink hard, drive fast, and dig deep for love.

Bike mechanic Lucy Black is running out of luck. With an attitude louder than a Harley engine, her mouth is always getting her in trouble and she’s been fired, again. Desperate for money to send home to support her kid sister, Lucy takes a housekeeping job at Wilde Hotel, the adopted home of the Raising Hellfire MC. After a steamy moonlit encounter with a dark stranger, Lucy is horrified to find out he’s her new boss so she’s more determined than ever to make her hotel stay brief.

Jake “The Iceman” Slade is drowning in guilt and can’t give himself a break. A tragic accident on set made him step away from his job as a real life action hero in the film lots of Hollywood. Now he’s reluctantly agreed to run his half-sister’s hotel, Wilde’s, while she’s away, trying to keep it—and himself—from going under. Lucy is the kind of trouble he can’t afford, but can’t seem to resist. But with an equally troubled past, will Lucy be the fire to melt his frozen heart? 

Ride Me Right is a sexy, emotionally intense read that will take readers on the ride of their lives.

Releases 8th Aug!!


US * UK 

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review!

What I say: I enjoyed Ride Me Right much more than the two stories Burned by LustBurned by Blackmail told in Burning to Ride.

Jake really packs a punch in alpha male terms but it was his rough edges and hidden vulnerabilities which won me over. Without giving anything away, I was pleasantly surprised about Jake's unusual entry into the MC (not the tragedy itself). He's an action man not really a MC biker...

Lucy is kinda mad at the world. Yes, for very good reasons. Where I was expecting to find her really unlikable I actually found her endearing and confused. 

Lucy's story is really hard to comprehend. The difficult topics are handled with care and compassion. So much so I was pleasantly surprised at the research and conviction in the story. She's intelligent and strong - I particularly enjoyed seeing Lucy in sassy mechanic mode taking on the guys and showing them how it's done.

For me at least, the story is about healing and partnership. I could have done without so many misunderstandings and interruptions but I liked the story and wanted them to find a HEA together...

3.5 Stars in my Sky!


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