Sunday, January 7, 2018

Review – ‘Hot as Hades’ by Cynthia Rayne

Blurb 

Family matters.
Ex-Marine Daisy is going undercover, by uncovering it all.Every night the pretty blonde wraps herself around a pole in a club owned by the Raptors MC. The bikers are involved in her sister's disappearance. One lap dance at a time, Daisy gets closer to finding Rose until a big, muscular obstacle steps in her way.

Former rodeo star,Cowboy, is posing as a customer. His MC intends to bring the rival MC down. But when Cowboy gets up close and real personal with Daisy, he finds himself falling for her and he swore to never love again. She's on a mission that threatens her life, unless he can protect her, even from herself.
 
Review



In the second book in the Four Horsemen MC series, Daisy works undercover as a stripper (she’s a retired Marine) in a notorious strip club owned by the Raptors, a cruel motorcycle gang that traffics drugs and women. Her sister, Rose, is missing, and Daisy is determined to find her.

Cowboy is a biker and his loyalties are to the Four Horsemen MC. The Horsemen live outside the law, but they don’t do anything too illegal, as long as you overlook bootlegging moonshine, beating up and killing criminals who deserve it, and enacting vigilante justice when needed. Anyway, the Horsemen are trying to find the trafficked women and shut down the Raptors’ organization. Sparks fly when Daisy and Cowboy met, and she reluctantly agrees to help him and his fellow MC brothers since they all have the same goal.

I soooo totally loved Cowboy. He’s sexy, possessive, protective, a non-cheater, and mostly a gentleman even with his bad boy biker persona. He takes crap from no one except Daisy. He’s crazy about her. She’s a gun-wielding chick with a rough past, and he finds a kindred spirit in her.

I loved the sexual tension between the H/h, and I really enjoyed how they waited to jump into bed together. They got to know one another first and that was very refreshing. When they did jump, wow! So hot!

We met several of the MC brothers, the prospects (the men interested in joining the MC), and some women with ties to the club. My favorite secondary character was Duke. He’s probably the darkest and cruelest of the MC brothers, but I have soft spot for the ultimate disturbed bad boy.

There are questions and not all loose ends are tied up at the end of the book, but I understand why. Rose is a changed woman after the trauma she endured, and since her and Duke’s story is next, the problems Rose and the Horsemen are now facing should be handled in book 3.

As with book 1, this book needs an edit to add in missing words and periods, and to fix misspellings like “woah” when it should be “whoa.” I would’ve given the book 5 stars if not for the typos because I really enjoyed it.

4 Stars


Disclaimer – I downloaded this book from Amazon and volunteered to review it. I am not compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.