Series: Sinner's Tribe Motorcycle Club #1
Published by St Martin's Paperbacks on February 3, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica
IT TAKES A GOOD, STRONG WOMAN
Raised in a motorcycle gang, tough, beautiful Arianne Hunter has always dreamed of a normal life. But no sooner does she escape her father’s domineering grasp than she wakes up to find herself in a rival gang’s clubhouse—at the mercy of the dangerously sexy Jagger Knight.
TO TAME A MAN WHO’S HELL ON WHEELS.
The alpha leader of the notorious Sinner’s Tribe, Jagger Knight is all muscle, all biker, and all man. But somewhere inside this hard tattooed outlaw, Arianne senses a kindred spirit—and she can’t ignore their tempestuous attraction. Can she beat him at his own game in a revved-up blaze of glory? Or will their passion spark a war that’s the end of the road for them both?
I picked this up as “something different” to try. Motorcycle Club (“MC”) books seem to be a fairly popular genre, so I though I’d give it a shot. And while I probably won’t be reading any more MC books, this one was pretty good.
Plenty of action keeps the plot moving forward at a very rapid pace. Intrigue surrounds the rival motorcycle gangs and the members. The romance take quite a while to get going though (which is more or less why I was turned off by the MC genre).
Adrianne “Vexy” Hunter was born into the Viper MC, daughter of it’s current President. Unfortunately for her, she has no interest in remaining under the brutal thumb of her father. On the night the Viper MC burns down the Sinner’s Tribe clubhouse, she tries to save her brother from getting involved but ends up as a prisoner of the Sinner’s Tribe MC and it’s wickedly attractive President, Jagger Knight. And despite a hundred of his MC brothers clamoring for Adrianne’s head, Jagger refuses to kill an innocent woman. Especially one he reluctantly lusts after.
The writing in this novel is absolutely superb. Although I quickly realized a few chapter into the book that MC novels probably wouldn’t interest me, this author’s turn of phrase and whip-tight narrative pacing kept me glued in my chair eager to learn what happened next. An interesting cast of characters and plenty of subplots, I highly recommend checking this out if you are a fan of the MC genre.