The former Tin Gypsy motorcycle club has everyone in Clifton Forge, Montana convinced they’ve locked their clubhouse doors and ripped off their patches. Everyone but Bryce Ryan. There’s more happening at the club’s garage than muscle car restorations and Harley rebuilds. Her instincts are screaming there’s a story—one she’s going to tell.
As the new owner of the small town’s newspaper, Bryce is hungry for more than birth announcements and obituaries. When a woman is brutally killed and all signs point to the Tin Gypsies, Bryce is determined to expose the club and their leader, Kingston “Dash” Slater, as murderers.
Bryce bests Dash match after match, disappointed her rugged and handsome opponent turns out to be an underwhelming adversary. Secrets are exposed. Truths defeat lies. Bryce is poised to win this battle in a landslide.
Then Dash breaks all the rules and tips the scales.
One kiss, and she’s fighting to save more than just her story. She’s fighting to save her heart from the Gypsy King.
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★★★★ 4 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓿𝓲𝓮𝔀 ★★★★
When I first started reading this author's books, I was a little late to the party. And if you follow my reviews, by the time I had gotten to her third book or so, I had gotten frustrated with an element of her early works that wasn't working for me. Well, this is exactly what I was looking for.
The mystery and suspense in the midst of a budding love story is exactly what I had been waiting for from this author. In her past books, there was a love story then a slight mystery thrown in at the end of many books. It bothered me. Those little quick mysteries that played out so fast left me feeling disappointed. Not with this one though. You get all of it from start to finish.
I'm not one for biker books, but this isn't your typical biker book. It just so happens that the characters used to be a biker gang. I was immersed in this story from the start. There is plenty of mystery, action, and romance to completely balance the story out.
Although the main mystery isn't resolved, we don't get a cliffy in this one. I will honestly say, I was praying for one. This would have been the perfect book for a cliffhanger, then pick up with the next couple moving forward. It could have worked. There not being a cliffhanger didn't take away from the book, but I have been itching for a good one for a while now.
Overall, this book is proof that Perry's writing is evolving with each book she writes. Every book just gets better and better all the way around.