Series: Devil's Disciples MC #1
Published by Tantor Audio on December 10th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: Borrowed, Library
Purchase @ AMAZON
Add to GoodreadsRating
ANDY - I got a job next door to a tattooed biker named Baker. He was an outlaw, a criminal, a biker, a bad boy, and a thief. I should have run as far and fast as I could. Instead, on the day we met, I let him have his way with me. I couldn't help myself. His intensity and swagger lured me, but it was the crazy sex that kept me coming back, day after day.
His sordid ways scared me, but I simply couldn't stay away...
BAKER - When she moved in next door, I knew I was in trouble. She was sexy. She was irresistible. She had spunk. She was also the manager of a bank my MC robbed six months prior. She didn't recognize me, because we wore masks during the robbery. If she ever found out who I really was, there would be hell to pay.
It would be nothing like the hell I'd be living in if my MC found out I was fucking her.
We'd issued an order to kill her on sight. She was off-limits if anyone ever was.
So far, the men in the MC hadn't seen her. But, I couldn't keep her hidden forever.
I am typically one of those readers that shies away from romance written by male authors. This is just a matter of opinion but for me, they’re “different” but I am glad that I took a chance on this one because the MC world that Scott Hildreth created isn’t like any other.
I am accustomed to MC with action, suspense and thrills . Devil’s Disciples MC contain some of that but this wasn’t the focal point of the story. I loved that Scott emphasizes was on the character building rather than the violence.
Baker is definitely not like any MC President that I have come across before. He is still one alpha-male but he surprisingly he possessed tons of heart. Andy made a perfect fit for Baker. I loved her overall confidence and her flare.
As for the romance? It was lacking a bit for my taste but then, in this case this was a good thing because it concentrated more on building a lasting relationship instead.
Soooo, about the audio reading. Honestly, it was difficult to get into. Rudy Sanda’s switching back and forth between the different male character voices was a huge turn off. This was to the point where I had to turn it off .
If you feel the same way with the audiobook switch to the ebook version or even better -push through with it because in the end, it is well worth it.