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Two Worlds Colliding (Scorpio Stinger MC, #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2014

    After I finished Ryder, I was really excited to get my hands on

    After I finished Ryder, I was really excited to get my hands on Two Worlds Colliding. Both Jade and Ryder fascinated me and I felt like I needed more of these characters. Thankfully, Jani Kay definitely did not disappoint. Disclaimer – the book picks up right where Ryder left off, so you definitely HAVE to read that before reading this one.

    Oh Ryder! He’s so rugged and alpha and masculine! I never thought that I’d appreciate a man calling a woman a female dog (to keep the language clean), but somehow it really works for him. The language and structure that Kay utilizes just makes it come across as an endearing term, oddly enough. Jade was also a wonderful character. I loved the inner turmoil she faced with her own desires versus doing what her parents and brother expected of her. I’ll admit that I was initially annoyed by her in Ryder because of how judgmental she was, but there was a complete 180 in this one. I definitely appreciated her more!

    One of my favorite things about this book is that you could really see the transformation of both Jade and Ryder. Jade was struggling to grow and become her own independent woman, and Ryder was a part of the reason for that. On the same coin, Ryder was also transforming and changing because of the feelings he had for Jade. By the end of the book, neither character was the same as in the beginning.  The dual viewpoint really helped to serve this purpose. By seeing inside each character’s heads and knowing their thoughts, the reader was able to see the progression of their feelings. I was able to see just how much their priorities were changing.

    Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It was a modern day Romeo and Juliet – which I had thought to myself before it was mentioned in the book! I think the only thing I would have liked was to have more of the MC environment since it is a biker book. However, I understand that it’s a balance between what is necessary to the storyline and what isn’t. It didn’t end on a cliffhanger but there are definitely a lot more questions I want answers to! Now I am really looking forward to the release of Unchain My Heart in July!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2014

    Hmmm...

    Its really interesting how Ryder and Jade are connected not only through their love and relationship but through nth degrees of separation as well...sort to speak....they're connected through cousins, angry brothers, concerned MC friends, music mogul fathers, law enforcement...it goes on and on...its a rather tangled web and its really sad and glorius how much they will have to fight to be together....

    I am rather disappointed because what I originally thought was going to be a full length novel is instead a sort of long part one of Ryder and Jade's story, this is how they come together, ends on a slight cliffhanger and the next book, I'm guessing, continues with their battle on staying together when so many forces want them apart....sighs...

    I really detest cliffhangers but at least Mizz Kay didn't play us by giving us a 30 page book for five bucks like most authors are doing nowadays....

    SR

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2014

    Good

    Good

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    Posted March 26, 2014

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