MC Romance Crazy, My New Obsession (Review Nomad Kind of Love)
I have recently gone MC crazy so if anyone wants to recommend some good MC books….Please do. I remember when the books featuring motorcycle clubs were paranormal and were more than likely used to emphasize how bad those shifter wolves really were.
Girl things have changed.
Overall Series (quickie) This weekend I read the entire Outlaw Love series by Nicole Snow. The series includes in order Outlaw Kind of Love, Nomad Kind of Love and Savage Kind of Love. They can be read as standalone but I would recommend reading in order as each book chronologically picks up after the other and makes for a more enjoyable read. I am going to be honest and it might just be my overdose of MC romance talking but this is not my favorite but not my worse. I would rate the entire series overall, Three Crowns. But let’s dish my favorite book in the series book two Nomad Kind of Love.
Nomad Kind of Love: Prairie Devils MC Romance (Outlaw Love), Nicole Snow
Aaron “Maverick” Sturm is the President of the Prairie Devils Nomads charter and is tasked with starting a charter in Grizzlies territory. Although they are outmanned the town wants the Grizzlies out because of the atrocities committed in the name of the MC.
June Daniels has been held captive by the Grizzlies ever since they busted into her family’s home and changed her life forever. She is all that is left of her family and living a life she never imagined. The only thing she wants is vengeance against the Grizzlies.
Taking as collateral against the Grizzlies June never counted on falling for the kind of man she hates, a man in a MC or falling for his dominant demands.
Maverick will protect June she is his property and will be his ol lady, a Prairie Devil never backs away from a challenge.
Bookswagger Marcia: Three Crowns, swagger jacked, decent read. Out of all three stories in the series, I found this one to have the most creative plot line and a heroine who did not make me cringe. June had been through a lot and the way she dealt with things came across as pretty realistic. There were things implied that she might have done that were not so good for her but living captive with a MC that basically (no spoiler) changed life as you know it would leave some emotional scars. So she read realistic. Some of the things that drew me out of the story were the motorcycle club aspects (like I am an expert…not) but I like what I like and some of it just did not do it for me. Maybe it will for you! I must admit though, I am getting tired of all the strippers in these stories and the author does the stripper heroine again in book three. In this story it was different but at this point I am not reading another book about a stripper for a long, long time. They seem to be all up through these books and I think with me reading so many over the past two weeks it became glaringly obvious to me how overdone this is in this sub genre. But I liked the way this author did it, so it was cool. No side hustles for June if you get what I am saying.
Straight to the Swagger: Alpha bad guy, who is only good to his club and his future ol lady has to fight huge battle to keep mc charter from being destroyed and girl from being killed as part of revenge. Heroine has to have her vengeance in order to find closure and realize she still have family with her ol man and his now her mc as well.
Posted on June 30, 2014, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged anti hero, bad boy, bad girl, mc, motorcycle club, outlaw, paid for myself, romance, stripper. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.