Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Review: Dirty Bastard by Emily Minton and Shelley Springfield

Publication Date:  4/25/2016
Series: Grim Bastards MC #1
Rating: 4 Stars

Official Blurb: 

She's a biker chick with an edge.

Daughter of an MC president, Trix Slade is used to living on the wild side, but nothing prepares her for being kidnapped by the Grim Bastards MC. Hellbent on getting back home, Trix will do anything to get away from her captors--anything. There’s only one problem, Boz is as sexy as he is wild-- a tempting combination for a woman like Trix.

He's a bastard with a soul.

The Bastards’ president, Boz Creed, wants to bring Trix’s father down and knows the best way to get to him is by using his precious daughter. Determined to get the revenge he seeks, Boz is willing to do anything to get what he wants--anything. There’s only one problem, Trix is as sexy as she is stubborn--a deadly combination for a man like Boz.

Can love between two rival clubs survive without someone taking the ultimate fall?

Holy Biker HEAVEN! PHEW! This book. So many feels.  Need a second to catch my breath.

I think I can do this now.  As a fan of Minton’s, I gravitated toward this new collaboration with Springfield.   Minton knows how to write the perfect biker and this new series just showcases her talent even more. 

Boz and Trix’s story is really unlike any other that I have read in quite some time.  Boz is as hardcore as they come, but Trix stepped away from the biker world to make a name for herself.  Sure, she’s just as tough as her MC President farther, but there’s a softness to her that I just couldn’t put my finger on until Boz rode back in her life.  Their story is filled with hate, love, hatef**ks, and finally peace.  These two unmovable forces butt heads, but crumble under the pressure of their attraction towards each other.  Their chemistry is off the charts hot and would likely scorch a new temperature world record.

This is the kind of book that all MC lovers will enjoy.  The grit is there, but so is the love, loyalty, and just plain fun.  The chaos of the biker world shines brightly through the dust from their bikes. You’ll want to hop on the back of Boz’s bike yourself when you turn the last page just to spend more time with him. 

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