Overall, I really enjoyed this book. The writing is vintage KA and this reads like a Chaos book. Maybe too much like a Chaos book. Buck is eerily similar to Tack, from the crazy ex-wife, the two amazing but wild kids, leading the MC out of illegal dealings and into a legitimate business...to me it's just too similar to Motorcycle Man and Chaos. That being said, it's a great story. The characters are complicated with lots of layers. Clara and Buck's instant attraction was hot and fun and Clara's "biker babe" lessons were a riot. If you're a fan of the Chaos series, I think you'll really enjoy the Wild West series.
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"Every time I've fucked you, babe, it's taken all I got not to come before you. You gotta learn to let go." "But," I blurted. "I don't want to. If I do, then I lose you being inside me and I like you inside me. I like it when we're connected. I like it a lot."
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When Clara Delany walks into the Aces High Motorcycle Club’s hangout, she’s hit rock bottom. She’s hiding her car from the repo man, she has less than two dollars in her bank account and the only employment she can get is delivering messages for a criminal.
All because of a man. Therefore, she’s sworn off them.
And then she meets West “Buck” Hardy, president of the Aces High MC.
Buck also meets her, and the minute he does, he makes it clear (to everyone but Clara) that they’re starting something. Since Clara doesn’t get that message, she decides to leave Buck and sort out her life in order to come back to him clean.
She’s not gone but hours before life hits Clara with another blow. Which means Buck and his boys have to ride in and save the day. After that, Buck makes no bones about where they stand.
But does he?
Welcome to the first novel in the Wild West MC series which will tell the stories of the brothers of the Aces High MC, the Resurrection MC and the Chaos MC…and the women who love them.