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Posted December 16, 2013
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Posted January 27, 2015
Very good. I love Jamie Begley's story lines and characters, she pulls you in right away and you want to know what's going to happen so you keep reading. Knox, at first, seems like the meanest of the Last Riders but he turns out to be the kindest and most loving so far. Diamond is a confident attorney that knows her stuff but underneath she's a woman with insecurities and the two of them together are dynamic. So far, Knox has made me the least angry of all the Last Riders, can't wait to see what the future heros bring to the table.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 22, 2014
Posted September 4, 2014
Well well well another good book. I wasnt sure if id read the whole series so i bought one book then a second book now i just finished the third book knox story..okay so now im sucked in wanting to know about all the last riders..starting to feel like i know them and wouldnt mind hanging with them at the club..you will really enjoy these books and not want to put it down until you finish reading..great reads Jaime keep em coming..I have liked the way your guys run wild until they meet the special one then they change their ways of living.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 22, 2014
Posted July 6, 2014
I can not get enough of this series of books. I really am drawn into this series. Each book storyline us more compelling then the last one. Knox and Diamond are great characters. They both are strong people who carry with them scars from the past. Their relarionship isn't all nice and easy. There are many bumps along the way. I also love Sex Piston and I can't wait to read her story.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 12, 2014
Posted April 15, 2014
This book was much better than the second one in the series. But not as good as the first :) loved the story and the ending of this one. Cant wait to read shades story now.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 7, 2014
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Posted January 6, 2014
This series is like a chocolate cake covered in caramel candies and chocolate icing. It has its faults, and you know its gonna leave you hung over in the morning, but boy do you crave it. An addicting storyline with compelling characters, I have literally devoured the Last Riders Series over a long weekend and now I’m jonesing for my next slice of cake.
Knox has always been the super bad boy of the Last Riders Motorcycle Club. After spending the night with the terrible Sam, he finds himself on the wrong side of the law when she is found dead the next morning. Being the only suspect in a town that hated Sam, Knox needs a defense attorney and he needs one fast.
Enter Diamond, a lawyer in the small town who left the motorcycle life far behind. Her father and mother had lived the life, and now with her own sister part of a club, Di wants to stay as far away as she can from that lifestyle. When the Last Riders Motorcycle club ask her to defend Knox, Di is hesitant at first but eventually sees more to the hardened criminal than he wants anyone else to see.
I enjoyed Di and Knox’s story and loved the constant conflict between the two. These two are complete polar opposites and as they get to know one another, they find there is something in eachother that they truly connect with. My absolute favorite scene is when Diamond takes suspected motorcycle killer Knox home to meet her parents, who are the former leaders of their own motorcycle club. It was fun to see the worlds collide and have Diamond in the middle.
So far this is my favorite of the series. You can see Begley is coming into her own as an author and the grammar errors have been cut down significantly. There are still some which temporarily take you out of the story, but not as many as in the previous stories. Begley also pays more attention to the characters and their motivations, and I just found myself understanding this romance much more than I have previously.
With great characterization of main and secondary characters, far few plot holes and far less grammar errors, it feels like Begley is becoming an author to watch out for. She’s built a rich biker world and I can only seeing it get better!
Posted December 23, 2013
Posted November 15, 2013