Review – Ruthless (True Brothers MC #1) by Gillian Archer

April 12, 2016 Review 0

Review –  Ruthless (True Brothers MC #1) by Gillian Archer

Every girl needs a guardian angel—even if he wears black leather. In the first novel of her scintillating True Brothers MC series, Gillian Archer introduces readers to a sexy-as-sin biker . . . and the woman wild enough to tame him.

After dinner with the most arrogant man in the world, Jessica Miller is shocked when her blind date tries to maul her in the parking lot. Enter “Zag”: the brooding, bruising alpha male who jumps off his motorcycle and teaches the jerk a lesson he won’t forget. After getting one taste of a bad boy who lives on the edge, Jessica’s hooked. Zag’s willing to give her the ride of her life. But she needs to wrap her arms around his powerful chest and hold on—tight.

Zag knows firsthand that the True Brothers MC isn’t for the faint of heart. He only intends to show beautiful, innocent Jessica a few cheap thrills to satisfy her curiosity. But the more he lets her in, the more Zag comes to depend on her gentle touch to help heal the wounds that he’s been denying for so long. Now, a rival gang has set its sights on Jessica, and Zag must step up once again. He just hopes he can go the distance to protect the woman he loves.

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Title: Ruthless
Author: Gillian Archer
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Rebellious, Resilient
Series: True Brothers MC
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Rebellious, Resilient
Published by LoveSwept
Source: Author
Published: April 12th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Motorcycle Theme
Pages: 259
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

Good girls meets bad boy, meets…well…I’m not tellin’.

Jessica seems to be one of those girls who was raised by a totally respectable family with a good head on her shoulders. And of course the mother who likes to make her presence known by butting in to your every way of life. So when Jess finds herself on the blind date from hell…it’s safe to say that she’s had enough intervention from her mother. Good thing there was a stranger observing the aftermath of the worse date ever and came to save the day.

Zeb is one of the leaders (board members) of his MC. One of his duties revolves around security and making others safe. So when he literally saves Jess in the parking lot of a restaurant, the last thing he expected was to sit down and have a drink with her. Needless to say, the drink lead to a little somethin somethin and the rest is history. Well, not quite history, but a pretty good story nonetheless.

I was totally engrossed in this read. It had a time frame which helped me follow along. I got a little from both sides of the story. But I’ll admit that this became somewhat confusing considering Jessica’s side was written in the first person format and Zeb was written from the third person. Kind of hard to follow at first, but I adjusted. While reading the story, you’re totally preparing yourself for the climax to hit, but then you’re hit with a slight twist, that wasn’t too much of a stretch, but still added to the drama. In the end……HEA. Of course, right? But here’s the thing. I feel as though the other members of the MC were teased (just enough) to have me curious as to what’s to come. I’ll totally continue this series.

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