18 February 2014


Faith Ann has always lived a simple life as the farmer's daughter until one day something happens that will change her life forever. Now faced with the choices of flight or fight, she leaves home and doesn't look back. Setting out on the journey of a lifetime.
Ryder Porter is the golden child of the DDMC. Thought to be a bad boy, he is also known as a teddy bear to the women that he lets in. Which are few and far between. Ryder is used to getting what he wants, so when fate intervenes and shows him something he wants, he goes for it. Though Faith is not his usual easy conquest.
Faith has never been one to give in to anything, but will Ryder be able to persuade Faith to give in to this temptation?
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Ok...this book is the introduction to the MC Series. Its the story of Faith and Ryder. 
Both characters actually made me sad. You have Ryder who is forced into hauling guns and drugs for the Russians to repay his fathers debt. Then, you have Faith who is so lost she runs away from her life because a man cheated on her...ok? 
I feel that this book a was a little hot and cold. One minute Faith is wanting Ryder and two seconds later she is pushing him away. Ryder sister Layla wasn't helpful. She just kept putting her brother down and then saying that she loved him. Too hot and cold. 

I wasn't really connected to the love they hold for one another. I just didnt connect with it. The book does start to develope more of a suspense in the end. That is where the  MC part of the story gets initiated.  This is a cliffhanger so  I am hoping that book two takes off with a bang.  
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Growing up in a small town close to Seattle, Rose saw many different walks of life. But growing up around bikers and rockers, she experienced most things people only dream of.
Now a thirty’s something wife, mother, sister, aunt and best friend –she is devoting her time and energy to bringing these experiences and many more to you in her books. Contact via Email
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