Review~Wild Ride by Chantal Fernando

Title: Wild Ride 
Series: Wind Dragons MC
Author: Chantal Fernando
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 96
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Kay Book Snitch

Talon has a complicated relationship with the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club. He’s the president of their rival club, the Wild Men, but he’s also related to one of their members—who hates him. He could handle that, but he’s also got problems in his own club; someone is leaking information and disrupting their business, but Talon can’t find the mole. So the last thing he needs is even more complication in the form of a beautiful single mother who’s bolder than half the bikers on his squad. But he can’t take his eyes—or his hands—off her…

Tia’s always been a little reckless, up for a good time wherever she found it, but she’s also a great mom to her young son. So even though she thinks Talon is basically sex on a stick, when she realizes she wants to be more to him than just a club groupie, she has to take things a bit slow. Plus, a momentary attraction, no matter how smoking hot, isn’t worth risking her son’s happiness in any way. Is there any chance that Talon might be up for a more permanent arrangement? Or has Tia leapt before looking once again?

Review

I loved this novella. I have always wondered about Talon and I’m so glad we got to start his story. Tia was the perfect woman for him. They had great chemistry together. The sex scenes were pretty hot too. It did end with a cliffhanger but not one that left you pissed off or feeling cheated. I can’t wait to see what next for this MC series.

Book given in exchange for an honest review via the publisher and NetGalley
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