Sunday, March 6, 2016

Ruthless - Book Review



Blurb

Every girl needs a guardian angel—even if he wears black leather. In the first novel of her scintillating True Brothers MC series, Gillian Archer introduces readers to a sexy-as-sin biker . . . and the woman wild enough to tame him.

After dinner with the most arrogant man in the world, Jessica Miller is shocked when her blind date tries to maul her in the parking lot. Enter “Zag”: the brooding, bruising alpha male who jumps off his motorcycle and teaches the jerk a lesson he won’t forget. After getting one taste of a bad boy who lives on the edge, Jessica’s hooked. Zag’s willing to give her the ride of her life. But she needs to wrap her arms around his powerful chest and hold on—tight.

Zag knows firsthand that the True Brothers MC isn’t for the faint of heart. He only intends to show beautiful, innocent Jessica a few cheap thrills to satisfy her curiosity. But the more he lets her in, the more Zag comes to depend on her gentle touch to help heal the wounds that he’s been denying for so long. Now, a rival gang has set its sights on Jessica, and Zag must step up once again. He just hopes he can go the distance to protect the woman he loves


3.5 Stars

Jessica is out on another boring date, that turns bad when she meets up with Zag.  He's her knight in Harley armor.  but when he takes her for a ride she's hooked.  thinking she'd never see him again, she enjoys her night with him.  Something about him, keeps him in the back of her mind.  then he calls again.  

After witnessing a drug deal Jessica cuts Zag loose.  Only to have him draw her back to him.  Their passion is overwhelming and all consuming.  Can it work?  A boy with a rough life and a princess?

I loved how guarded and closed off Zag is.  He is trying his hardest with Jessica.  But he doesn't know how.  His past is holding him back.  Can he get over that?  Jessica has never had a Friend with benefits before and struggling herself.  Can they get on common ground or will they always struggle to find a happy medium?

The story has a good plot flow and the characters are relatable.  
Never did I feel rushed. Or that something couldn't possible happen. 

Thank you NetGalley for the ARC of this book.  I'll be sure to follow this series.  

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