I've never met a real life biker, in fact, when I see them locally I kinda shy away and not really pay much mind because honestly I find most of themI've never met a real life biker, in fact, when I see them locally I kinda shy away and not really pay much mind because honestly I find most of them intimidating and scary looking. However, in my book world I'm a biker hoe! I love them and can't get enough of them!
Hung is no different! It was a raunchy, funtastic, memorable read that will stay with me.
Hung starts of with Dalton Biskette aka Biscuit standing before a judge trying to explain his way out of some trouble he got into over the weekend. I found this opening scene funny as hell and it was definitely the hook for me.
Biscuit is also the gangs storyteller, these stories are hilarious and even though this book is a work of fiction I kinda wonder how much truth is in it especially that one around the 50% mark. It had me shocked, disgusted, and rolling with laughter all at the same time. Mr. Hildreth care to explain that one???? HAHA
Katrina "Kat" Chadsworth is a fun loving heroine. I really enjoyed her and found her fit to be the one for Biscuit.
Over all I really enjoyed this book, even the over the top sexual situations and there were A LOT of them, so if that's not your thing I's suggest to move a long.
The ending made this book for me! I loved it and thought the author executed it perfectly. However, I am a little curious on a procedure that the hero had done that I don't remember the heroine knowing about.
This is my first book by this author, and I can't wait to read the other books in this series.
This is a fun, extremely raunchy, standalone, with a HEA.
**spoiler alert** I finished this late last night and have been trying to figure out and organize my thoughts that will make since to anyone reading t**spoiler alert** I finished this late last night and have been trying to figure out and organize my thoughts that will make since to anyone reading this. However, that never came about so I'm sorry if I confuse you. Hell, I confuse myself.
After finishing this book, I felt.....guilt. I've never felt guilt over reading a book before, but somehow I felt guilty because Ms. Wilde's MC books are like crack for me, I've loved and adored all of them. And I loved this one too! My guilt stems from not being able to remember anything about a secondary character, Painter, who's story will be releasing next in the Reapers series.
Sure I remember the name Painter and remember wanting his story, but there where things mentioned about him in Silver Bastard that I had no clue about and that they were perhaps mentioned in previous Reapers books. One of them being that Painter has a child. I need more info on this please?! Like who's the mother? Does he see this child often? Does he have a hand in raising the child? I seriously somehow don't remember anything about him having a kid. Also, who in the heck is Melanie? Is she the mom? The only reason I know that she is London's niece is because I had to email a close reader friend and scope these questions out, and she didn't remember all of it either.
Now on to Puck and Becca--These two story starts out not so desirable, and while this may turn some fans off. I actually liked it.....no, not liked it because I really don't like that sort of situations, but in a way I kinda did, and only because Puck didn't really know what the fuck was goin' on. If he new, then I'd want to stab him in the eye. I appreciate the author going there, not many will or have and it was different.
I really thought I wouldn't like Becca. Not because she was young or inexperienced, but because I thought at some point she would pull the "poor me" card. Don't get me wrong she was naive, and let a crack whore take advantage of her, but sometimes in life and apparently in the book world, we humans love unconditionally and look for that love in return, even when it's not warranted.
Alpha! That is the definition of Puck. I loved him and his over the top controlling self!
Most MC books I've read are usually over the top with grit, raw, hardcore gore and while I love that in these types of books, I felt Silver Bastard was somewhat tame and I absolutely LOVED that too! I think it really showed that Ms. Wilde can deliver a good good story without all the dramatized happenings one might find in a MC book. Don't get me wrong Silver Bastard is not filled with rainbows and unicorns and there are a few scenes that I would not like to be in the center of, but it just wasn't filled with them.
Can't wait to read Painters story in the 5th Reapers book coming soon!
PS. Ms. Wilde, if by chance you are reading this I'm sorry I'm such a horrible fan and can't remember shit! I still heart you hard! Oh and if you can, please talk to your publisher in considering moving up the release date of the next Reapers book. Thank you!
I really loved how different this book was compared to any other book I have ever read. It will for sure be one that I don't forget. And that twist? II really loved how different this book was compared to any other book I have ever read. It will for sure be one that I don't forget. And that twist? I never saw coming. Can't wait to read the next book, but a little worried to read book 3. Flame creeps me out a bit.
I'm conflicted because as much as I love this series and this authors work, this one sort of fell flat for me. Nothing bad, it just didn't grab my attI'm conflicted because as much as I love this series and this authors work, this one sort of fell flat for me. Nothing bad, it just didn't grab my attention and I found myself taking putting it down a lot. However, I will say it had one of the best er umm non penetration scenes I have ever read.
I really liked this book for the most part. However, I feel betrayed! The book left me hanging and I don't feel that I got any closure. There were tooI really liked this book for the most part. However, I feel betrayed! The book left me hanging and I don't feel that I got any closure. There were too many things left open that I need answers to.
I really liked this book; however, it went way too fast and I felt it could have been developed a lot more. Had major potential. I will continue to reI really liked this book; however, it went way too fast and I felt it could have been developed a lot more. Had major potential. I will continue to read the rest of the series. 3.5 stars!...more
This is going to be really hard to review without revealing any spoilers.
First, I never really had any feeling toward Dorothy in the previous books,This is going to be really hard to review without revealing any spoilers.
First, I never really had any feeling toward Dorothy in the previous books, not that I didn't like her, but I just waiting on her story to make a judgement. After reading the first page I had compassion for this woman. This is very rare for me, to almost immediately feel something for a heroine right off the bat, especially when I've met them in other books. So kudo's to you Madeline for the stellar opening!
Okay, so here goes, I wouldn't really classify this as a love triangle and I kinda wanted her to end up with the one she didn't end up with. I know, I know, I'm not the majority vote, but I was still holding out hope. However, I will say with the way she wrote the story I absolutely ended up falling in love with the couple and I believe she did justice in telling their story. My only gripe would be is that I didn't feel like I had the closure I should of with the other person.
Unbeloved, I would say is the tamest of the four books in this series, but even so it packs a punch and leaves you wanting more. Without a doubt Ms. Sheehan is one of the best of the MC genre and knows how to formulate a story that will leave you captivated.
Next, we get Preacher's story, it's a back in time story and I can't wait for it. However, I will need some booze and meds to get through it cause it's for sure gonna be a tear-jerker!
After Preachers book we will finally get to see ZZ's story, and well I have mixed emotions about this because in Madeline's books we can expect the timeline to be drawn out over a few decades and well I'm wondering what will happen to all of our old timers. I'm not sure I can fathom reading something like that, but I'm sure the queen B can pull it off!
OMG, I loved this book!! I really hope this new to me/come back author continues with this series. I think she did a wonderful job in writing the storOMG, I loved this book!! I really hope this new to me/come back author continues with this series. I think she did a wonderful job in writing the story. Love Horse & Marie!! Oh and what a great epilogue!!!!!
I think I read somewhere she is writing Em and uhh forgot his name (the prospect) story. Unless it was a dream. Lol
When lingerie heiress Brandy Summers ends up at the altar in Vegas with her boyfriend Gordon, she get cold feet and runs out of the chapel. While Mark When lingerie heiress Brandy Summers ends up at the altar in Vegas with her boyfriend Gordon, she get cold feet and runs out of the chapel. While Marko Vargas is sitting at an intersection red light a crazed chick jumps on his bike and tells him to go.
Brandy ends up staying with Marco to avoid the spotlight and he feels that he can’t just dump her anywhere. She soon ends up bartending for him at Dante’s, a bar Marco owns.
Going into this book I wasn’t expecting much so it was to my surprise that I ended up really enjoying it. I loved Brandy she is totally not the clichéd heiress type and spent a life time trying not to be. She’s not your normal spiffed up heroine either she lacking big time in the style department. While Marco is the typical alpha hero I loved him just as much, super hot, sexy, and at times totally sweet too.
I also really liked the secondary characters too, Sebastian and Val. I hope they both get their own story as I feel it would be a joy to read.
I received this ARC copy via netgalley , and this has no impact over my rating. ...more