This is Book Three in the Bad Boys MC Trilogy. Want to check out my other reviews and links to buy? See the links below…
The Alpha Wolves Motorcycle Club is at war.
And I’m getting ready to marry their president.
Royal McBride is wrong for me in so many ways. I feel like I’m living two lives; saying “yes” to him means saying “no” to half of who I am. And marrying a tattooed outlaw is a pretty surefire way to say good-bye to my future as a politician.
Why shouldn’t I leave my hometown and try for something different? Come Monday, I’ll decide either way: marry Royal … or leave him. For now, the cartel is closing in and nobody’s safe—not even the president of the Alpha Wolves MC. But I know I’ll do whatever it takes to save him, whether it means picking up a pistol or dealing with the FBI.
I knew getting involved with Royal was a bad idea, but losing him might just kill me.
The future mayor of Trinidad … married to a one-percenter.
Why the hell not?
Lyric has agreed to marry Royal but she’s still torn between him and her political career, while it feels like she’s being a bit flighty she has only known the guy a few weeks so it’s understandable. She gives herself an ultimatum, to decide one way or another by the approaching Monday. To either go through with the wedding and marry the love of her life and give up politics or to leave for Washington DC and never see him again.
Now personally, given how well their connection was written, feeling like that I would have thought leaving would break me into little pieces, but this is one of the first times I thought one of my binge reading obsessions was not going to end in a happily ever after, I believed all the way through this book that Lyric was leaving and all was going to end badly, Royal would be left a broken man and nothing would be good again.
Each turn of the page broke my heart a little bit more and I had such strong feelings of anger towards Lyric and such strong feelings of love for Royal that I started to think these people were real (oh, they are real?…that’s OK then!). Reading this book wasn’t hopeful with this wonderful couple slowly tearing apart and the club at war and it looking likely Royal might end up killed at any second I was feeling downright hopeless but still I couldn’t put the book down.
Other members of the club started to become prominent through this book and I became particularly enamoured with Glacier the clubs enforcer who’s cold and calloused approach to killing was really attractive (Yes, you know already I’m very sick and twisted!), and Smoky their Seargent at Arms who has cute ginger hair (I added the cute) and is incredibly efficient at his job.
How does it end? You’ll have to read to find out but it’s a bike ride and a half I can promise you!
Book & Buy Links
Title: Savage and Racy
Series: Bad Boys MC #3
Author: Violet Blaze
Genre: Romance | Contemporary | Erotica | MC Romance | Bikers
Publication Date: 10 January 2017
Review Format: eBook
Other Formats: Paperback
Buy: Amazon UK | Amazon US