Genres: Motorcycle Club Romance
Released on June 28, 2015
I thought I was really going to love this story even though the hero was an ass from the beginning. The heroine was strong for the most part and drew me, but I just got tired of how they all pushed her around when she tried to do something right. I just couldn’t in the end love this story or even want to read more about this MC.
Ever read a story where the hero’s mind leaves you exhausted? That is what I felt after I finished Outlaw’s Bride: confused and crazy.
The story starts off with Sally and Roman fucking with no protection in the truck that Roman had just repaired for Sally’s uncle. No foreplay, just fucking hard. Sally’s a virgin, but who cares. It’s kind of an insta-love for her since she is young, living with her uncle and working the farm with her cousin. But Roman leaves and disappears for a few years and now Sally is faced with a pregnancy on her own. She does try to contact him, but it’s recommended she doesn’t visit him in prison and how do you tell a guy he’s going to be a dad in a letter?
So Roman gets out and the clubs under new management with the cartel trying to hoard in on their territory. The cartel doesn’t care who they take out to get what they want. Sally once agains tries to go to the club house to tell him he has a son, but he treats her like shit and won’t let her even talk about it. So what’s a woman to do a second time she tries to come clean? Well, not even tell him.
But the cartel is creating hiding points on the farm Sally works with her cousin. She’s a farmer now raising her son alone. Shit like this doesn’t need to come onto her land and she doesn’t have the money to just leave. And that’s how Roman finds out he has a son, when he is protecting the house and finds her with one of his brothers (just kissing).
So now you have one pissed off dude who blames Sally for it all. She’s going to be his property and get it tattooed on her body. No one takes what is his and lives, so she damn well better be happy he’s letting her live.
And off it goes making my head spin with the jumbled thoughts going on in Roman’s head. It’s like he had ADHD at times and could remember what he just said and what he was thinking. Being all up in her and misogynist. It got old fast.
Now Sally was strong. She farmed and took care of her son, but what do you do when you have to go up against the MC, you have to fold. Her independence is over, but he never once forces himself on her. He just tells her how its going to be and that is the end of it in his mind.
The two have very forceful sex. Hot and hard with very little gentleness to it. They belonged together I guess. Roman is really good with his son and Roman’s mom is a hoot over having a grandson. It was probably a typical MC romance, but it just felt worn out in the end and not turned on or even interested.
I think this may have just been me as I know a lot of readers love MC romances. They are all hit or miss with me so this one just missed me. It might not miss you. Give it a try, you might like it.
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