Monday, July 20, 2015

Hung (Selected Sinners MC #4) by Scott Hildreth - @ScottDHildreth

Hung (Selected Sinners MC, #4)
I have to admit I always get a little nervous before starting a book in this series.  I worry if my limits will be pushed to something that I'm going to hate or not be able to handle.  But then I start the story and these men - just totally make me fall for who they are, even if it always isn't perfect and pretty.  Because with these guys, it's not.  They are crass, and they are in your face, they are criminals, but good citizens .  They are manwhores when they are not in a relationship, but ultimately if you're the girl for them, they are faithful, and they will always have your back and take care of you.
Biscuit just made me laugh and smile.  His stories were ones I'm sure most of us don't hear in our lifetime.  They definitely  were one of a kind, and you could actually "hear" him telling them to you.  The funny thing with Biscuit though - you know how there are some guys out there who think they are "God's gift to women"??? Well, Biscuit truly thought - with his "special talents and physical attributes" that God truly did put him on this earth to please women.  Now how can you not love a guy willing to do what God wants, right?!?!?  And he was working his way through pleasing as many women as he could.

Kat only wanted a "bad-boy", mainly I think to stick it to her cop father.  And, even though she had a bad experience with one in her past, it did not deter her from looking for another one.  So when she met Biscuit, she was game for whatever he was offering - even if it was just a good time and nothing serious.  Personally, I don't think I would have passed him up with his skills and attribute either though!

I liked Kat and Biscuit together.  Their personalities complimented each other so well,  and surprisingly to both of them, they start to really have feelings for each other, which they kind of discovered together at about the same time.  I wanted them to figure out they were good for each other.  The only problem that upset me was that Kat made a bad decision, which I wanted to punch her for.  I hated her for it, and wanted to shake her and tell her to fix it - but she had to learn in her own way - no matter how difficult, and I mostly summed up her choices to her being only 23, and slightly immature.  But with everything going on, Biscuit truly showed the kind of man he was deep down - taking care of Kat in more ways than one.

This is definitely one of my favorite MC Series.  I love these "Selected Sinners" or

"Angels in Selected Sinners cuts is more like it."
"Protective Angels."

Their stories are crazy and amazing, and who they are deep down is so much more than you get from their outside appearance.  I can't wait for more!

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Ride Steady (Chaos #3) by Kristen Ashley

Ride Steady (Chaos, #3)

Tatum Jackson will always be my "#1 KA Alpha Male" - but let me just say that Joker 
has moved up the the #2 spot on my list and bumped Joe Callahan down to #3. 
I don't know how to even begin starting to explain the pure perfection that is Joker, 
you'll just have to   trust me on this one.

I really struggle with reviews for any KA books - because to me, there's no words to describe how much I love them all - every part of them, from the story line, to the location, the songs, the clothing, and each and every character.  So I thought of a crazy comparison - food:

 Most of the books I read are really like a good meal out - leaves you satisfied, glad for what you ate - maybe a really good burger and fries.  Then others books are more like a better meal - sit down, dress up a little, maybe get an appetizer and share a dessert.  Those meals don't come as often, but they are looked forward to and enjoyed immensely.  Then there are KA books that I have to compare to those meals where you get the WHOLE experience.  I'm talking dressed up, you're getting a drinks, salad, appetizers, sorbet in between to  cleanse your palate, you're getting all the food groups, cooked by the best chefs, and having the best dessert at the end to wrap it all up.  You're getting the full experience, pure bliss,  leaving nothing out - and to me that's what this book, and every KA book I've read has been like.  I savor it, never want it to end - but thoroughly enjoy the entire experience - and sometimes I even go back for seconds.

So do I recommend you read this book? - Hell Yeah!!!