Where did you get the book: Purchased
Release date: Out now
Stuck in a colorless world, Tyra Masters decides to chuck her old life and starts searching for something. She doesn’t know what it is until she meets her dream man. The goateed, tattooed, muscled, gravelly voiced motorcycle man who plies her with tequila and gives her the best sex of her life. But she knows it isn’t the tequila and sex talking. He’s it. He’s who she’s been daydreaming about since she could remember.
Until he makes it clear she isn’t who he’s looking for.
Tyra slinks away from his bed, humiliated. The problem is, he’s her new boss. She just may or may not have forgotten to tell him that part.
Kane “Tack” Allen has a rule. He doesn’t employ someone he’s slept with. And he lets Tyra know that in his motorcycle man way. Tyra fights for her job and wins it using sass and a technicality. Tack challenges her that if she hits his bed one more time, she loses her job.
Tyra is determined to keep her job and keep away from Tack. But she makes a big mistake. During their head-to-heads, she lets it all hang out and shows Tack she is who he’s looking for. And Tack has had a good woman slip through his fingers, he’s not about to let that happen again.
Although Tack colors Tyra’s world with a vibrancy that’s blinding, being with him means she has to live in his Motorcycle Club world. Full on, no holds barred. And since Tack’s world, not to mention Tack, is a little scary, Tyra isn’t so sure.
It’s Tack’s job to convince her.
*blurb taken from goodreads*
Kristen Ashley is known as the author of crackilicious books that make you jump on the Ashley book train. During this ride, you’ll experience moments of enjoyment, frustration, and a case of ‘huh, what does that mean?’. Ashley’s books feature characters and stories that are addictive, but they also feature terrible editing and run-on sentences that leave you scratching your head in confusion.
I tried Lady Luck, and I had to stop because the writing was terrible and I got tired of mentally editing. So I went on and tried Motorcycle Man. This book had me reading all through the night because it’s pure CRACK. The hero is a bad-ass leader of a motorcycle gang, and he’s so not your typical hero in a romance. He’s the ultimate alpha-hole, and he can only get away with doing the shit he does in an Ashley book.
Tack is a hero that’s ultra possessive, right down to his little toe. He’s also a character that’s the leader of a gang that doesn’t stick by the rules of the law. They have their own law, and they called their ‘women’ old ladies and bitches. It’s a man’s world, and the men rule. Like I said, this for me only worked because it was so cracky, and I don’t expect seriousness from a Kristen Ashley novel (you also shouldn’t expect editing).
The heroine works for me in this book because she’s no doormat. Tyra goes toe to toe with Tack, and they fight constantly because they’re both very strong willed. Tyra at first is a one night stand with Tack. Tack chucks her out of bed and sends her on her way. but what Tack doesn’t expect is for Tyra to show up as his new receptionist. This pisses off Tack because he doesn’t put his dick in his employees. Tyra doesn’t back down, and she’s feeling hurt because she thought he was the one. She’s also hurt because before she enters her new workplace, she sees Tack and another woman in a clinch. This is actually the start of a relationship, because Tack sees that Tyra is not like the other women. In fact, thinking about it there is no certain time that Tack and Tyra start dating. Tack becomes the alpha-hole and tells Tyra there’s a him and her, and that is that.
I’m having a hard time writing this review because…well crap. I don’t know how to properly review a Kristen Ashley novel O.o. I’m going to make this short and sweet.
Motorcycle Man features a alpha-hole hero and a ballsy heroine. The story is full of crack with an evil ex-wife, the Russian mob, and a motorcycle gang that take care of their bitches.
I’m not going to give this a grade because I don’t think you can grade an Ashley book. Fuck, writing this review is as confusing as reading an Ashley novel. If you ever decide to read one of her books, be warned, you’ll most likely end up being confused about how much you enjoyed reading the books.