The Devil's Angels MC
Ava: Left to die as an infant, Ava Beaumont has not had an easy life. Being raised by the system has taught her to be independent, hardworking and cautious. When Ava becomes a victim she uses her inner strength to put it behind her and move forward. Now she lives a good life with the family she has created through adopting pets that were also throwaways, including a smart mouthed parrot and a skateboarding pig. When Ava meets Gunner she realizes what her life is lacking but does she have the courage to trust a big, rough biker enough to let him into her safe little life? Gunner: Being the President of the Devil’s Angels MC was not something Gunner asked to become but through the loss of his dad the job was thrust upon him. While he loves his club and club brothers wholeheartedly, Gunner wants his club to move in a better direction. And when Gunner spots bakery owner Ava, he realizes that’s not the only change he wants to make in his life. Nothing worth having is easy to acquire. This is an MC story with a heart. Come meet the crazy pets and even crazier club members of the Devil’s Angels MC.

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TitleThe Devil's Angels MC
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ReleaseJun 1st, 2019
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GenreRomance

The Devil's Angels MC Review

  • Luzia Bielefeld *BookWhore BR*
    January 1, 1970
    3 ⭐⭐⭐ - OK decent reads.======================Heroine is a great cook and baker, sings, practices martial arts, loves animals, is beutiful and so on. I've rolled my eyes so many times that I think I've been a little cross-eyed. All very OTT!Our hero is a soft-hearted badass and the other club members are all cute and adorable. Very unbelievable.Our heroine kicks the ass of club whores, enemies of the club and wins.But it was fun to read.
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  • Vintage
    January 1, 1970
    Close to a four star. The heroine is a superhero. She’s a type 1 diabetic, song-writing singer, club-slut slamming baker with mad skills at martial arts, and the patience of a saint dealing with the dumbest MC gang Prez EVER. He promises fidelity, but keeps forgetting as he lets the club girls snuggle up to him then worries the heroine has seen him. Yes. Every time, dude. Every single time. He doesn’t cheat though. His house…It’s a Cape Cod style, dark gray with white trim. It has four bedrooms, Close to a four star. The heroine is a superhero. She’s a type 1 diabetic, song-writing singer, club-slut slamming baker with mad skills at martial arts, and the patience of a saint dealing with the dumbest MC gang Prez EVER. He promises fidelity, but keeps forgetting as he lets the club girls snuggle up to him then worries the heroine has seen him. Yes. Every time, dude. Every single time. He doesn’t cheat though. His house…It’s a Cape Cod style, dark gray with white trim. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and great closets. I especially like the open floor plan between the living room, dining area and kitchen. A long slate grey granite counter top in the kitchen separates it from the dining room and living room areas. The appliances are all top of the line and are a cooks dream. And everything is surprising neat, orderly and clean.That’s some biker dream house. So, he may be gay. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.When she says something, she means it.Katey makes a sudden grab for Ava and Ava catches her wrist before it gets to her. Holding Katey’s arm in between them, Ava calmly states looking Katey in the eye, “It’s only fair to warn you, before you do something stupid, that I don’t fight like a girl. I don’t pull hair and scratch and scream. I punch, strike and go for the most damage possible. I would end up….. Nobody touches me. Nobody hits me anymore without feeling a shit ton of pain.”Some of the writing is incredibly crude and harsh which I wasn’t comfortable with, but it does add punch to the character, literally and figuratively.Odd, weird and just doesn’t make sense:The word “ok” is used at the beginning of a sentence several times and not once is it capitalized. Huh? Here is the tip of the OK iceberg:“ok Prez. Be there soon.“ok, I’m going to bed. “ok Ava. “ok, ok. Stop! “ok, cool.She’s a type 1 diabetic but can go 40 hours without insulin.She has a pig, a 190 lb “Native American” dog (don’t know what that is), and a macaw that calls her Mom and carries on conversations. He waves at the bikers with his wing. Her pig…First thing I spot when I hit the main room is Gee riding his skateboard around the room wearing a t-shirt that reads: I only ride Hogs!She’s 26 and owns a bakery that employs 7 people.Is Denver the center of the MC universe? How many MC’s are there?There is a Petey. Is he related to KA’s Big Petey?She’s actually smart about her safety.I decide to put them in a cart, rather than carry them, following the advice from a former self-defense instructor who said not to weigh your arms down in case you needed them for protection. I know I sound paranoid. Don’t judge me. I ignored my instincts once and paid dearly for doing that. Never again. I may not be able to save myself someday, I can’t control other people’s actions, but I can do my best not to put myself in a bad situation or be unaware of what’s going on around me. Be aware, be prepared my instructor used to say.Final thoughtsDespite its grammar issues and bizarre characters, I loved this. The heroine was a kickass, take no prisoners sweetheart, and the H was appropriately besotted pretty quickly. Birds don’t twitter about her head or braid her hair, but it’s close. The biker gang is about as threatening as a gaggle of Golden Retrievers on a play date, and I think they may have actually converted one of the rival gang members instead of offing him. Just a fun and silly read.No cheating, but quite a bit of violence and some crude language. I have a low threshold for violence so there you are.Lola Wright needs a good editor because she has a fun voice and can string together a story. In her comments she writes that she started writing because of her frustration with all the idiot heroines out there. Ava is a little too eye-rollingly perfect, but not to the point of aggravation, and she definitely is not a traditional tropey h.
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  • Mindy Lou's Book Review
    January 1, 1970
    This was a pleasant surprise. There were some OTT situations in this book but overall, I really enjoyed it. I liked that the heroine was smart and didn't overreact to certain situations. She behaved the way I always want to see in a heroine. She's had a lot of bad things happen to her which is part of the OTT situations but it kept me engrossed in the book. I liked the hero as well. Not as much as her but he's the reason she shined. He had some clueless moments that normally would have upset me This was a pleasant surprise. There were some OTT situations in this book but overall, I really enjoyed it. I liked that the heroine was smart and didn't overreact to certain situations. She behaved the way I always want to see in a heroine. She's had a lot of bad things happen to her which is part of the OTT situations but it kept me engrossed in the book. I liked the hero as well. Not as much as her but he's the reason she shined. He had some clueless moments that normally would have upset me in another book but because of how the heroine handled those moments, I was kind of glad to see it happen. I would be very interested if the author chose to write more in the series with some of the side characters. Most of them played a big part in Ava and Gunner's story. Some of them will make great main characters of their own book.
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  • Missy's Book World
    January 1, 1970
    If I could give this book more than 5 Stars I totally would!!! The devil's angels mc is one of the best MC books I have read in a long time. Great characters and the animals were hilarious!😂 Also, an amazing epilogue. 💕 Can't wait for the next book in the series. 💙💙💙
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  • Raine
    January 1, 1970
    Not a fanThe storyline was ok if a bit (ok, a lot) unbelievable. Ava is the female equivalent to that guy in the 50 Shades book who is great at everything. Apparently she is a great baker, and even though she has never catered for a large group she does so for the MC's poker run without issues and without any help from anyone. She's also mastered multiple fighting styles, can sing, and not only writes songs, but she's sold songs to other artists/bands and those songs have become hits. And on top Not a fanThe storyline was ok if a bit (ok, a lot) unbelievable. Ava is the female equivalent to that guy in the 50 Shades book who is great at everything. Apparently she is a great baker, and even though she has never catered for a large group she does so for the MC's poker run without issues and without any help from anyone. She's also mastered multiple fighting styles, can sing, and not only writes songs, but she's sold songs to other artists/bands and those songs have become hits. And on top of that she collects start animals and trains then so well that her dog is not only a great companion, but a good guard dog, her macaw bird is able to speak and interact with people, her post pig wears shirts and can skateboard, and her cat is so big it weighs 48 pounds. Gimme a break!Oh top of that, I just thought the writing felt very juvenile. The sentences didn't flow well and the writing was very choppy. Hopefully this is the writer's first book. I know it is the first book I read by this author, but I'm just not sure if it is my last.
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  • Angela Schmangela
    January 1, 1970
    I just can’t The potential was there. The premise was promising. And then it all went so wrong.... Had the author done just a bit of research, this could have been a good book. But either she couldn’t be bothered or just didn’t care, and the result is a book that is both cheesy and unbelievable. There are some spoilers here, so continue reading at your own risk. The heroine, Ava, is one of THOSE heroines. She is a wonderful pastry chef and owns a bakery, but is also able to successfully cater a I just can’t The potential was there. The premise was promising. And then it all went so wrong.... Had the author done just a bit of research, this could have been a good book. But either she couldn’t be bothered or just didn’t care, and the result is a book that is both cheesy and unbelievable. There are some spoilers here, so continue reading at your own risk. The heroine, Ava, is one of THOSE heroines. She is a wonderful pastry chef and owns a bakery, but is also able to successfully cater a cookout for 75 bikers. Alone, as in with zero assistance. And with zero experience at catering. She was just thinking about trying it. Impossible. She is a whiz at several different kinds of martial arts, she is incredibly beautiful but doesn’t realize it, she helps out at an animal rescue, and she sings well enough to be a star but doesn’t like crowds. She has also written and sold a sing that made it on the charts. She is able to physically take down bikers and club girls singlehandedly. And then there’s all the really impossible stuff. She talks at one point about how she has to taste everything all day as she bakes, but she is also an insulin-dependent type 1 diabetic. Seems like an unlikely career choice given that it would kill her. And then there’s the animals. Every one of them is problematic, but the bird is by far the worst. He doesn’t just talk. He carries on conversations. He asks to be introduced to people. He argues. Every time one of the bikers says a bad word, he yells “swear!” and the biker has to pay him a cashew. He puts his beak in the corner when he does something he shouldn’t. He is able to tell by looking at Ava that she has had sex and goes around yelling, “Mom got some!” His crowning achievement was being the usher at a wedding because he likes to tell people what to do. There were other impossibilities. The way the bikers acted, the club sluts, the bad guys from three separate events being connected before they should have been, but this review would be another novel. If you can get past all the impossibilities, it’s not a bad read. I did finish it, but a lot of that was for the funny factor. I finally reached a point where I had to laugh at the absurdity of the bird.
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  • Sometime
    January 1, 1970
    This book was meh for me. There were things I liked (The crazy family of bikers, Ava's funny pets, the story was mostly safe) but there were things that annoyed the crap outa me. (Ava is some sort of superwoman, Gunner is clueless when it comes to women despite being a manwhore who loves threesomes and foursomes, the bikers seemed more like keystones cops than bad bikers). I read this on Kindle Unlimited so no loss, other than time.I mostly liked the book near the beginning but by around 50% I w This book was meh for me. There were things I liked (The crazy family of bikers, Ava's funny pets, the story was mostly safe) but there were things that annoyed the crap outa me. (Ava is some sort of superwoman, Gunner is clueless when it comes to women despite being a manwhore who loves threesomes and foursomes, the bikers seemed more like keystones cops than bad bikers). I read this on Kindle Unlimited so no loss, other than time.I mostly liked the book near the beginning but by around 50% I was mostly skim reading. The whole kidnapping and Banditos/Senator plot was OTT and stupid.The romance was a fail for me. There is mild OW drama that wasn't really a big deal, but the H was too thoughtless to be believable as a man crazy in love. (view spoiler)[ Ava wasn't treated very well IMO. Twice Gunner has club whore hanging on him and he just cuddles right up to them not even paying attention that the woman he claims to want is in the same building! He claims that he is so accustomed to having women hanging on him that he doesn't even notice? Ava caters a meal for their big poker run spending several days in advance preparing food and cooking for all the bikers. The day of the run, she works herself ragged, gets NO help from anyone, she is cooking, serving, carrying, refilling all the food alone while the bikers (Gunner included) sit on their butts watching. They notice that none of the women who usually help are doing anything but say and do nothing. Then when the meal is over, Ava runs home to check on her pets and shower and change. When she gets back, Gunner is standing there talking to a bunch of men with a club whore snuggled up next to him with his arm around her. He doesn't even notice Ava is there and is drunk and forgets he has his arm around OW. This opens Ava up to being hit on by the pres of a rival MC. This whole situation ruined the whole book for me. Gunner has been pursuing Ava and claims he wants to spend time with her, then when he is given the chance, he gets drunk and leaves her to work and he goes on his merry way. So what if all he did was snuggle up to OW. It's the whole picture that is the problem. I guess Ava is good to be a cook and slave but not worth his notice otherwise. Gunner realizes after she leaves that he screwed up and tries to grovel and Ava stays mad for about 5 minutes and then forgives him. Then they hop in bed the very next day?!? It was all too much build up with no pay off and no character growth. This book and I just didn't agree on this romance. (hide spoiler)]
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  • Doris
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first book I have read by Lola Wright and I savored it. This is a story that has a few twists and turns but all in all it was enjoyable. I laughed out loud, this story has great characters in it, especially the animals. I finished it rather quickly, I could not put it down."You ok Mac?' I ask him"Yeah Mom, Ho hit me!" he answers"I'm sorry Mac," I sympathize"Eat the ho, Loki!" Mac hollers"Eat the Ho Loki!" screeches Mac again Loki snarls louder"You going to call him off babe?" asks Gu This is the first book I have read by Lola Wright and I savored it. This is a story that has a few twists and turns but all in all it was enjoyable. I laughed out loud, this story has great characters in it, especially the animals. I finished it rather quickly, I could not put it down."You ok Mac?' I ask him"Yeah Mom, Ho hit me!" he answers"I'm sorry Mac," I sympathize"Eat the ho, Loki!" Mac hollers"Eat the Ho Loki!" screeches Mac again Loki snarls louder"You going to call him off babe?" asks Gunner with a smile in his voice"Not until she pisses herself," I answer.
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  • Peggy M
    January 1, 1970
    4,5 starsOkay, let me start with saying that I loved this book!! I was looking for something funny to read and I got my wish with this story. It was funny, crazy but also emotional at times.‘The Devil’s Angel MC’ is the debut book of the writer Lola Wright. I discovered this book through the MC readers group where I’m in and this book was (and still is) a hot topic in the group. The readers there really loved it very much, so that got me very curious about this story. Especially, because the rev 4,5 starsOkay, let me start with saying that I loved this book!! I was looking for something funny to read and I got my wish with this story. It was funny, crazy but also emotional at times.‘The Devil’s Angel MC’ is the debut book of the writer Lola Wright. I discovered this book through the MC readers group where I’m in and this book was (and still is) a hot topic in the group. The readers there really loved it very much, so that got me very curious about this story. Especially, because the reviews on the different book websites were a bit of a mix between ‘love’ and ‘hate’. So I decided to see what I thought of it myself.And after reading it, I can understand why everyone is talking about this book! I loved this story very much but I can understand that it isn’t for everyone. Because yes, this story was a bit over the top (and not really realistic at times) but I enjoyed every second of it. Ava was a sassy, fun character with a lot of love to give and Gunner was this sexy alpha man who was very protective of his woman. I loved their chemistry together and the banter between them. Gunner has never been in a relationship before so he made little mistakes but I liked the way that Ava handled this and Gunner was always very sorry and importantly, he learned from them. But what made this story especially funny, were the animals and the guys of the MC club. They had me laughing out loud many times. The only thing that I had a little bit trouble with was that the editing wasn’t perfect, there were a few typos and there were a few times that I had to reread a sentence to understand it, but that didn’t bother me really.The story was told from both POV’s. The sex scenes were steamy. If you are looking for a dark story, this is not the one. Although Ava had something terrible happen to her in the past, the scene wasn’t told in specific details. So…. if you have read and loved ‘Enough’ by Danielle Norman or the ‘Bad habit’ series by J.T. Geissinger or ‘The rock chick’ series by Kristen Ashley, then you have to give this book a try too.
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  • AG Reads
    January 1, 1970
    Don't start this one unless you are willing to suspend disbelief and just roll with it. It enters the realm of ridiculous quickly and never leaves.Ava, AKA Mary Sue, is baker, chef, animal rescuer and trainer, martial arts badass, singer and songwriter, man magnet, apparent NASCAR level driver (who never once asks about her car after the road incident), and whatever else she needs to morph into to up her awesomeness in a scene.Gunner is actually pretty ineffective at being a badass biker. Ava is Don't start this one unless you are willing to suspend disbelief and just roll with it. It enters the realm of ridiculous quickly and never leaves.Ava, AKA Mary Sue, is baker, chef, animal rescuer and trainer, martial arts badass, singer and songwriter, man magnet, apparent NASCAR level driver (who never once asks about her car after the road incident), and whatever else she needs to morph into to up her awesomeness in a scene.Gunner is actually pretty ineffective at being a badass biker. Ava is the one who gets herself out of every scrape she gets into, with the help of her dog. Gunner swoops in with the club to clean up her messes after it's all over. We learn very little about Gunner through the book so that by the end he's a almost a caricature of a good-guy-bad-boy biker. The editing is non-existent. I keep saying this in the hopes that one day authors might get the message: do not write in first person present tense if you don't have the grammar skills to do so correctly. Verb tense errors and switches and subject-verb agreement errors abound in this book, as do a multitude of other grammar errors. There are also consistency errors, and parts of the book are flat out impossible. This is where the reader must either suspend disbelief permanently or there is no point in continuing. Normally I would have given a book like this 1 star. However, the bones of a decent story do exist here, and the cast of characters could be interesting. There is a plot, albeit a disjointed one. My first recommendation would be to stop writing in first person present tense since the skills to do so correctly are clearly lacking. Secondly, an editor with a firm hand would go a long way in helping turn this mess of a book into a good story.
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  • beth m
    January 1, 1970
    Book 1I throughly enjoyed this recommended read! Very taken aback how much I really liked the storyline. I absolutely dig a female lead that can kick some butt!! There were a few grammatical errors but not so much so that it distracted which was nice, I think my only complaint is that this book wasn’t longer and it didn’t build into a relationship, it was like they met and then he was like cuddling up on her, like that’s cool and all, but unrealistic. Can’t wait to read the next!!
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  • Paula
    January 1, 1970
    It was pretty good, I would have given it 4 stars if it weren't for:- Mary Sue - Too long, because there were times that nothing happened.- I wanted more conversations between the H and h.- Did I mention Mary Sue? She was too perfectBut...- Loved the animals- Loved that the h made the H work for her forgiveness.- Definitely reading the next one
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  • Reader
    January 1, 1970
    Who needs sleep when you can read this amazing story!!Wow! What can I say!? This book was amazing! Kept me hooked the whole way. Ava is probably my favorite heroine EVER! I wanna be like her when I grow up lol. & Gunner is my boyfriend y’all so too bad he’s mine lol. I honestly cannot believe that this was her first novel & I cannot wait for the next!! The story flowed effortlessly it had it all heat(yes please) butt kicking, love, & amazing characters. I seriously can’t wait for the Who needs sleep when you can read this amazing story!!Wow! What can I say!? This book was amazing! Kept me hooked the whole way. Ava is probably my favorite heroine EVER! I wanna be like her when I grow up lol. & Gunner is my boyfriend y’all so too bad he’s mine lol. I honestly cannot believe that this was her first novel & I cannot wait for the next!! The story flowed effortlessly it had it all heat(yes please) butt kicking, love, & amazing characters. I seriously can’t wait for the next!!
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  • Manda Jane
    January 1, 1970
    New Author! I absolutely adored this book! Ava is now my new favorite heroine! She is one bada$$ chick. I wanted to smack Gunner a little bit but he totally made up for it. Loved all of the sides characters, Big Petey, Trudy, Axel, Vex, & Chubbs. Amanda loves Chubbs! And those pets of hers! Mac was the life of the party! I can't get enough and hope there is more to come soon. You killed it Lola Wright!
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  • Nancy Arnold
    January 1, 1970
    Deserves 10 Stars!This book had everything! I laughed and I cried as I devoured every single word. I will read it over and over, as I bought it. Ava is the best heroine-soft but so strong, a nurturer but an a$$ buster, scarred but a survivor. Gunner, a clueless alpha but so trainable! The other guys - Petey, Axel, Chubs, Vex, Reno you’ll love them all. Don’t get me started on Loki or Mac. I hope there’s more but how she’ll top this one, I have no idea!
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  • Tanya Mitchell
    January 1, 1970
    Enjoyed from page oneThis is a brand new author to me I was intrigued with the description and was no let down. I love the book from cover to cover.Ava hasn't had an easy life but it has only made her stronger. Gunner is the MC president not looking for anyone. However the attraction and intrigue is instant but the books paces ypur through their story. I will definitely read more from this author.
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  • Dale Marsh
    January 1, 1970
    AmazingI can honestly say this was one of the best M.C books I have every read, it made me laugh so much an Mac is my favourite! It also made me teary eyed in some spots an on the edge of my seat in others. I absolutely loved it an cannot wait for more books from this author, I hope Axel gets a book next.
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  • Elisa Griffin
    January 1, 1970
    I love this book!I am so happy to have been recommended this little gem! This book blew me away with the feels!! The characters were very well developed and very lovable. The pets were awesome I need a Mac and Gee !!! I can’t wait to see what this author writes next she is definitely one to watch for!! Highly recommend this book!
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  • Monica Holloway
    January 1, 1970
    Ava & GunnerLet me just say I was recommended this book by another reader.. I was shoot I'll go for it! I'm so glad I have this new author a chance. She did a awesome job on her character build and story line.. I do not want to give any spoilers away! Except you will get some good laughs in with a great story! This was a great start to a new series!!!!
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  • Ashley Cohen
    January 1, 1970
    THIS BOOK!! 10/10. 5 *CHUBS LOVES AVA STARS*This BOOK! i loved it from page 1! it was everything i didn't know i needed!I couldn't help but fall in love with the characters and the animals in this story.I cant wait to read more from Lola!
  • Fabiola Cadet-Destil
    January 1, 1970
    Amazing Story!Wow this author did an outstanding job! This story took me to a wild ride and I'm still on it! I couldn't stop reading it and I actually read it twice cause it was that good, I had so much fun reading it, those animals are so adorable😍
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  • AussieMum
    January 1, 1970
    DNF 13%I’ll admit I’m picky with my MC books. But seriously...the h has an actual to and fro conversation with her bird, her pet pig wears roller blades. She’s a Jill-of-all-trades, can do anything with no training or practice and anyone who meets her is instantly smitten. Cue the eye-rolls.If the writing had been a little more subtle I may have made this further but as it stands it’s not something I can read. YMMV.
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  • RCK
    January 1, 1970
    This sounded great and then it wasn’t.The heroine was just TOO perfect; gorgeous, she owns her own bakery and wants to start up a catering company. She drives a dream car, Every biker is absolutely in love with her.. from the mean old guy who listens to noone (but her) to the biker hottie. She talks snarky to these men she JUST met and is oh soo funny 🙄! It was just too much! Dnf at 17%
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  • Rogetwhi
    January 1, 1970
    For a first time author, this book was pretty good. I didn’t see a lot of grammar or editing mistakes, there were some but not enough to take away from the story. I didn’t like that the heroine was given so many roles, the baker, the caterer, the singer/songwriter/guitarist, the badass who know multiple self defense techniques, and a survivor. It spreads her role so thin, none of her talents could be fully developed. For example, we are told about her singing multiple times and Gunner says he wa For a first time author, this book was pretty good. I didn’t see a lot of grammar or editing mistakes, there were some but not enough to take away from the story. I didn’t like that the heroine was given so many roles, the baker, the caterer, the singer/songwriter/guitarist, the badass who know multiple self defense techniques, and a survivor. It spreads her role so thin, none of her talents could be fully developed. For example, we are told about her singing multiple times and Gunner says he wants to hear her but it’s never told about her singing. I just think some of the things could have been left out and others expanded on and made the story more engaging to the reader.
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  • Elsie Pitt
    January 1, 1970
    One heck of a book!MORE! MORE! MORE! I NEED MORE ! I think this is one of the BEST stories I've read this year! It flows so smoothly that it will keep you in the story and it DOESN'T let you go. You try to stop but as the story flows from one chapter to the next you find yourself embedded and so immersed in the world the author has created that you JUST CAN'T STOP! You have to keep reading because the FOMO is just too strong! I found this by accident and oh I'm not sorry I invested in this autho One heck of a book!MORE! MORE! MORE! I NEED MORE ! I think this is one of the BEST stories I've read this year! It flows so smoothly that it will keep you in the story and it DOESN'T let you go. You try to stop but as the story flows from one chapter to the next you find yourself embedded and so immersed in the world the author has created that you JUST CAN'T STOP! You have to keep reading because the FOMO is just too strong! I found this by accident and oh I'm not sorry I invested in this author. I have begun following her and will invest in her as she releases anything. Its AMAZING how she writes. This story will have you in stitches from the first chapter all the way to the very last word. You will come to love the antics of Mac and Loki even Gee gets in on the antics. Not only will it have you laughing so hard (you might just wee a bit in your undies!) You will fall in LOVE with all the CHARACTERS involved in this MC. This truly is a GREAT writer and a PHENOMENAL story you WON'T want to MISS! This is at the top of my to reread list in the very near future! Thank you so very much for all the fun and laughter you have brought to me. I am so looking for more!
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  • Jamie Ellis
    January 1, 1970
    So, so, so, goodThis was amazing. I loved Ava's strong willed, kick butt attitude. She was brilliantly written into this story. Her animals were so hilarious especially MAC!! And Loki sounded like a beautiful animal. Gunner well let me just say I want one!! His whole MC was great and Petey you can't but love.This book was AMAZING and had everything I want in an MC read. Hot sexy men, hot AF sex scenes, angst, laugh out loud moments, and a fast paced storyline. I seriously devoured this book.I hi So, so, so, goodThis was amazing. I loved Ava's strong willed, kick butt attitude. She was brilliantly written into this story. Her animals were so hilarious especially MAC!! And Loki sounded like a beautiful animal. Gunner well let me just say I want one!! His whole MC was great and Petey you can't but love.This book was AMAZING and had everything I want in an MC read. Hot sexy men, hot AF sex scenes, angst, laugh out loud moments, and a fast paced storyline. I seriously devoured this book.I highly recommend this book. I would like more from these characters hint, hint and pretty please.Thanks Jamie Nibarger Ellis
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  • Iman
    January 1, 1970
    As far of unrealistic MC books go, I loved it. Ava is really badass, does not let Gunner or anyone walk all over her, has learned enough about martial arts to defend herself in case of an attack without always needing to rely on the h for rescue.Only thing I did not love : at times o felt like it was missing dialogues between the h & H
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  • Erikka Davies
    January 1, 1970
    Fantastic read I couldn't put this book down, I was laughing so hard with stuff that Ava and axle got up to! I want a mac and Loki! This book is now on my list as a favourite. Your writing is great and I hope to see more work from you.
  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    Awesome bookOmg this book is great .. I recommend this book .. Can't wait to read the next book that comes out in the series
  • Lisa Book Shelf
    January 1, 1970
    Great first bookI love taking a chance on a book and finding a winner! Now I need the #2 book -so go back to writing. I am ready for it
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