FIGHTER is a hot-headed alpha-male who won't take no for an answer
Could prey and predator ever be anything more?
The club was my family, my blood, my entire world. They were the only thing I cared about…until her. Until Penny.
I was a soldier for the Devil’s Highwaymen, and Penny was a job gone wrong. An order from my president: take the girl and keep her hidden until it was time to give her back. Only as the days went on, I wasn’t sure I wanted to give the fiery little brunette back.
With a mane of long dark hair, golden wolf eyes, and a sassy mouth that spat poison at me every time she opened it, she needed to learn my rules, and quick.
And if she didn’t submit?
I’d be the one to punish her.
And I’d make her love it.
Penny was a wild woman, and all I could think about doing was taming her.
He was brutish and stubborn, moody and single-minded, and he’d protect his club at all costs. He’d do anything they ordered him to do, a machine in a man’s body clad in dark leather and chains, and now he had a single focus…
I hated him and everything he stood for and wanted nothing but to be away from him. But as the hours turned into days and the days turned into weeks, I began to feel something I’d never felt before…
A craving for his brutal touch.
His rough kisses.
And his depraved punishments.
Fighter was the monster in the dark, and I was his willing victim.
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Fighter is the kind of book where you want to punch the main character as much as you want to take him in a back room and have your way with him. This book is full of suspense as you aren’t sure what he’s going to do next or how. Is he going to be a good guy? Is he a bad guy? Just what in the motorcycle club romance is going on here?
This was a great book. It really was, but I had the hardest time figuring out how I felt about it, especially since romance isn’t really my thing. Fighter made me feel extremely conflicted about the way he treated Penny and the way she responded. I did struggle to get through parts of the book but I’m glad I did as the later parts of the book justified, or at least explained, her responses to some of the things she dealt with. I don’t think I’ve ever felt so conflicted about not only a character but what was going on lol.
The life of a motorcycle club member isn’t always peaches and cream, but really who would believe it was? I can’t speak for anyone else, but when I was growing up, I remember hearing stories of violence and danger when it came to “bikers”. Fighter lives up to that stereotype. He has to do something he doesn’t necessarily want to for his club and it doesn’t paint him in the best light.
If you are looking for a great Motorcycle Club romance book, check into this series. Action-packed and full of steamy moments, each book will leave you satisfied but still wanting more.