7 January 2018

Ride All Night - Review

Ride All Night - Raising Hellfire #3
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. 
Good girl Beth Ravens is waiting for her big Hollywood break but is currently broke, so she’s stuck waitressing at the Wilde Hotel, home of the Raising Hellfire biker gang, the biggest collection of dirty bike leather this side of the Holly wood hills.
Luckily for Beth, Wilde’s has a resident rising star, Grim McKinley, currently using the Hell’s Boys as research for a biker role. Grim’s hot, and he’s the only perfect gentleman among her regulars. If Beth can hitch herself to his growing fame, she might get a shot at silver screen glory herself. But when she sneaks into Grim’s hotel room and into his bed, Beth finds the wrong McKinley under the covers. 
Bad boy biker Rusty McKinley is used to women in his bed and doesn’t blink when he finds one at Wilde’s. But Beth’s prim reaction to her mistake isn’t what Rusty expects. He’s on the lookout for a woman to front an upcoming TV show about his garage, and Beth seems like the perfect match for him and his show. All he has to do is convince Beth he’s a better bet than his brother. 

Ride All Night is an exciting, sexy read that will take readers for a drive they won’t be able to forget from USA Today bestselling author Michele De Winton!


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I received a copy in exchange for an honest review!

What I say: We're up to the third book in Michel de Winton's Raising Hellfire MC series but don't worry if you haven't read the first two books as they can all be read as standalones.

To make it in Hollywood, Beth thinks she needs the perfect actor boyfriend aka Grim McKinley. Instead she finds herself working with Grim's hot biker brother Rusty, plotting how to get Grim onside. Still with me? Right, anyway... Beth is determined to follow one path and ignores what is right in front of her.

I loved Rusty, he made me smile and swoon constantly. What I liked about him the most was that under his gruff exterior he's a genuine and caring guy. I personally thought he deserved a gold medal for putting up with Beth at times, who to be honest, I found it harder to like. Her indecisiveness bothered me. I felt as though although she wasn't intentionally horrible to Rusty, she really didn't often consider the impact of her actions. She has her reasons for wanting to follow a certain path but I just felt as though she could have been a little more considerate. BUT she did grow on me as I carried on with the story.

I enjoyed the book it just wasn't my favourite in the series. I am looking forward to reading the next instalment though.

3 Stars in my Sky!


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