Friday, July 28, 2017

Review: Resilient by Gillian Archer

Publication Date: July 11, 2017 
Series: True Brothers MC #3
Rating: 4 Stars 

Official Blurb: Every loner needs a family—and a heart to call home. The bad-boy bikers of the True Brothers MC make good as a strong, silent type shows the right woman that he can speak the language of love.
With her lowlife father in prison for manslaughter, Nicole Walker keeps her distance from the biker scene—until she meets the stud running security at her best friend’s wedding. “Tank” is big, mean, and trouble from every direction. Yet Nicole can’t take her eyes off his chiseled body, or deny the pure electricity she feels when he returns her gaze. Guys like Tank are supposed to be a one-way ride to heartbreak. So why, after a scorching night in his bed, does Nicole only want more?
From his tour in the Marines to his sister’s disastrous marriage, Tank has seen the worst that life has to offer. Ever since his father’s death, Tank’s been fiercely protective of his family—and the True Brothers have always had his back. But nothing could prepare him for a woman like Nicole, who’s determined to break down the walls around his heart. When violence strikes, placing Nicole in harm’s way, Tank digs deep to find the courage to keep her safe—and the strength to love without limits.

Review: This is my first book by Ms. Archer. Yes, I didn’t have a clue this book was part of a series, but trust me I didn’t have a problem keeping up one bit. I love MC books like this one that throws in the perfect amount of angst with the perfect amount of alpha goodness. And Tank is a total alpha male through and through.

Tank is definitely a bad boy or at least his attitude comes off as a total bad boy. And Nicole is determined to steer clear of all men that are bikers, but fate has other plans. Tank and Nicole’s relationship starts out a bit rocky. They tease, they argue, and of course the sexual tension is through the roof. One night turns into two, which turns to three, but can Nicole and Tank handle more?

I love the connection between Tank and Nicole. I also love their batter and the chemistry is amazing. I also love how close the girls are as well as the guys. There are a few parts I didn’t see coming, and one part that you might want to grab some tissues because it almost broke me into. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and now I have to go read the first two and wait patiently for the next!

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