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    Excellent

    This is the latest release in Michele de Winton's Raising Hellfire MC series and it's a very enjoyable one! Lucy is a fantastically strong female character. She's funny, snarky, sassy, and a woman who knows exactly what she wants. After her smart mouth gets her fired - again. All she wants is to work as a motorcycle mechanic but she seems to have burned all those bridges. So Lucy has no choice but to take a job as a housekeeper at a local hotel. This hotel just happens to be the hangout for the local Hellfire MC and run by the man she recently shared a fantastic night of passion Jake Slade.Determined to make her dream a reality Lucy finds herself in all kinds of trouble. Trouble Jake doesn't need but can't stay away from. Don't miss this one. It's hot, it's fun, it's completely entertaining. I highly recommend it.
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    3.5 stars

    3.5stars Ride me right is another nonbiker love story in the series. In this one, a mechanic Lucy involves with Briony's brother Jake. SO this book is full of unpredictable things and two characters with unfortunate past. Lucy is searching her place under the sun and thinks that finding a job will do the trick. Jack has a traumatic experience and is too searching himself again and when they cross the same path chemistry flows in big ways. They are both interesting characters just Lucy is too stubborn and hard headed. I read worse stories. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Contemporary Romance

    Going into this I knew that it would probably not be a typical MC gang type book. They are there in the background but not really the main focus of this or the previous two novellas. In this book there is a down on her luck female mechanic, Lucy Black, that just wants to make motorcycles purr. She is a bit of trouble and in financial trouble when she hits the Wilde bar and asks for a job. She soon meets Jake Slade, running the hotel while his sister is on her honeymoon, and they start a bit of a thing that neither expects to go very far. Quite a bit happens with ups and downs and sharing and a bit of caring before the two end up coming to a meeting of the minds. This story was better than the first but still not a gritty down and dirty MC novel. It was okay but I would have liked to have had more character development and more of the MC element that makes for great MC novels. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 2-3 Stars
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    Not your typical heroine!

    After months of being hassled on the job, Lucy Black was let go. The men couldn’t deal with a woman who was a better bike mechanic than they were. Without a job, with no money to pay the rent and support her 15 year-old sister Katie, Lucy needs work ASAP. The only thing she finds is housekeeper at Wilde’s Hotel, home of the Raising Hellfire MC. If only they would hire her as a mechanic instead. Jake Slade is managing Wilde’s Hotel in the absence of his half-sister Briony. Jake, an actor and stuntman, needs a break after an error in judgement caused the death of a fellow stuntwoman. Trying to relax, Lucy was floating in the hotel pool in her underwear, when Jake thinks she’s drowning and “rescues” her. To say the least, Lucy is not too happy, but Jake is hot and there’s nothing a little sex won’t fix, even temporarily. But the morning after, Lucy realises that Jake is her new boss… And don’t imagine for one minute you know how it will all go, because none of the usual silliness happens here. Lucy is an in-your-face, tough, brash heroine, the likes of which we seldom see. She’s reckless, fearless, abrasive, however she makes dangerous decisions, and this is where Ms. De Winton showed how well she can write action scenes as well as anyone. I was also impressed by the author’s vast knowledge of motorcycles. I feared for a fleeting moment that Jake would turn Dom on us, but thank goodness, I was wrong. The sex scenes are excellent, and rather poetic, offering a sharp contrast to Lucy’s personality. Strangely enough though, my favourite character was Lucy’s sister, Katie, who even though she has but a small part, is very well written and sounds like a real 15 year-old. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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