Thursday, July 23, 2015

Riding Dirty by Jill Sorenson

Part of WITSEC and living under an ALIAS, psychologist Mia Richards is working with investigator Vargas to counsel recently released prison inmate Cole “Shank” Shepherd, his informant and a member of the Dirty Eleven Motorcycle Club.

Mia has an ulterior motive to seduce Cole and use him to exact vengeance on the biker who killed her husband and left her for dead during a home robbery. But Cole isn’t just some thug she can exploit, and her physical attraction to him makes her plight so much more complicated. Cole makes her feel alive, and even though he knows he is out of her league, Cole wants to claim Mia as his.

Unwilling to rat out his Uncle Bill, Dirty Eleven’s leader, Vargas’ threatens Mia that he will send Cole back to prison where he will be killed by a rival MC if she can’t get him to comply, which comprises their love and his life.

Despite the end of the TV series Sons of Anarchy, the popularity of motorcycle clubs and bikers in romance is on the rise, as seen in Sarah Castille’s Sinner’s Motorcycle Club and Julie Ann Walker’s Black Knights, Inc. series. Sorenson (Wild) has done her homework here, capturing the culture of this group of outlaws while providing electrifying steaminess, which will leave readers breathless and hungerly awaiting Bk. 2, Shooting Dirty.

Originally published in Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | August 21, 2015

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