Review: Iron Will by Daphne Loveling

Publication Date: March 18th, 2019

Series: Lords of Carnage Ironwood MC
Rating: 5 Stars 

Official Blurb: Biker. Criminal. Bastard.
Rourke Powers is all those things, and more.

To say we come from different worlds is an understatement.
I’m ambitious. Professional. I keep my nose clean and my reputation impeccable.
No bad choices.
No bad boys.
The VP of the Ironwood Lords of Carnage?
Definitely not part of the plan.

But when fate slams us together, to protect someone we both care about
It’s impossible to deny the heat between us.

Whoever said that opposites attract? Well, they’re not wrong.
He’s confident and cocky.
Deliciously dangerous. Definitely doable.
He doesn’t take no for an answer.
He’s fire to my ice.
Bad boy to my good girl.

Unfortunately for me, he’s damn near irresistible.
But I will resist him. I have to.

I know from bitter experience, men in general can’t be trusted.
Even the ones who look squeaky clean can harbor dark secrets underneath.

And Rourke? He doesn’t even try to hide his dangerous side.

I’m so tempted to give him my body.
But I’ll never trust Rourke with my heart. 

Review: First off, I love this cover so much. Second, this is my first book by this author, and I really liked it. This book is the perfect mixture of bad boy meets good girl, but also, they both having amazing hearts, when it comes to someone they care about.

When Rourke visits a fellow brother in the hospital, his world is turned upside down in more ways than one. He meets a sweet little girl named Paisley that he vows to protect no matter what. And he also meets Laney, a sweet yet spicy social worker, who he can’t get out of his head. He isn’t looking for love or a happily ever after, but his heart didn’t see Laney coming, and she literally knocked him flat on his butt.

Laney decided not to go down the same road as her family. They are rich, crude, and full of hatred, when it comes to her life choices. They wanted her to be a perfect little show case daughter, but she decided that helping others is much better than pleasing her parents. Everything is going good for Laney, until a total bad boy biker crosses her path. She knows he’s dangerous and she should stay away, but she is finding Rourke has a different side than she originally thought, and she just can’t seem to stay away.

This is a very good MC book. It’s got the typical MC vibe, but it’s also so much more. I’m just glad there wasn’t sex and club girls shoved down my throat with the lead male every five seconds. I adored the connection between these two, and my heart melted watching the changes in Rourke, when he didn’t even know what was happening. I devoured this book in one sitting, and I can’t wait to read more by this author.


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