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Shoot The Moon (Scorpio Stinger MC, #6)
     

Shoot The Moon (Scorpio Stinger MC, #6)

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by Jani Kay
 

SHOOT THE MOON

Book #6 in the Scorpio Stinger MC Series

Warning:
Piercings, tattoos, overload of sex and foul language. Read at your own risk.

SHOOT THE MOON
Razor has some heavy boots to fill. He’s always lived in the shadow of his brothers and he’s sick of it.
Lexi is wild and out of control. She won’t be told

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SHOOT THE MOON

Book #6 in the Scorpio Stinger MC Series

Warning:
Piercings, tattoos, overload of sex and foul language. Read at your own risk.

SHOOT THE MOON
Razor has some heavy boots to fill. He’s always lived in the shadow of his brothers and he’s sick of it.
Lexi is wild and out of control. She won’t be told what to do and she has a filthy mouth that’s gotten her into more trouble than she can admit.
He wants her from the first moment he lays eyes on her.
She only has eyes for another man she can’t have.
He’s determined to claim her and make her his.
She fights him tooth and nail.

Is Razor the one man who can tame her and make her his?

NB:
No cheating involved.

It’s rawer, it’s grittier and downright dirtier than any of the other Scorpio Stinger MC books.
Get ready to be rocked on a whole new level.
Meet the anti-hero and the spitfire in SHOOT THE MOON.

Razor & Lexi's Story by reader demand.

Shoot the Moon
1. To attempt the near-impossible.
2. To take a risk for great rewards.
3. To set one’s sights high and try for something that one wants badly, but for which realistically the probability of success is not good.

anti-hero
1. Morally ambiguous and flawed hero who is hard and jaded and not entirely pure but has hidden noble intentions.
2. A bad boy with heroic qualities.

spit·fire
[spĭt′fīr′]
1. A person, especially a girl or woman, who is of fiery temper and easily provoked to outbursts.
2. Wild & free. Someone whose angry words sting like fire. Considered strong emotionally & spiritually.
3. Someone who you don't want to be on the bad side of.


This novel can be read as a STANDALONE, however to get the full experience, it is recommended to read the series in the following order --->

READING ORDER
#0.5 Ryder Prequel
#1 Two Worlds Colliding
#2 Unchain My Heart
#2.5 A Biker Christmas
#3 Gods & Monsters
#4 Tormented
#5 Road To Destiny
#6 Shoot The Moon


 

Product Details

BN ID:
2940153531670
Publisher:
Jani Kay
Publication date:
12/05/2016
Series:
Scorpio Stinger MC , #6
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
16,617
File size:
421 KB

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Meet the Author

Jani love reading. And writing. And traveling.

She also loves icecream, the colour red and the ocean.

Jani is a fiery Aries, she is impatient and doesn't suffer fools gladly. But she is also loyal and kind (most of the time - see *fools) She had a wicked sense of humor...

Stalk Jani and send her an email at janikaybooks@gmail.com

 

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Shoot The Moon (Scorpio Stinger MC, #6) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
RHolub 6 months ago
WOW!!! Didn't expect that. Razor has not been one of my favorite characters in this series but that is no longer the case. Who knew there was so much to him? He really grew in this book. There was so much more to these two characters than I ever expected from the bits and pieces we've seen of them before. In the end, I don't think there could have been anyone else that fit these two as well as they fit each other. And I look forward to seeing their relationship grow in future books. Once again, Jani Kay has managed to give her readers a story that will keep them anxiously turning each page to see just what the characters will get up to next.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I loved it...thank u.. Jani.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Love the internal struggle they both go through to understand loving themselves and each other. Can't wait for your next book to see if there is a new Pres. , If Ox is a father, and if there are any additions to the family. Not one to spoil the surprises in this book, but enjoyed having Razor grow in the MC ways.
sm0120 7 months ago
This is one of those books that I find hard to review. I've really enjoyed the previous books in this series- I've loved Ryder and Jade and Cobra and Mia. And I really like Razor's character. But I kind of felt a disconnect between him and Lexi. More specifically Lexi. If I'm being honest I really did not like her right from the beginning. I didn't like how she treated Razor, at all. And while I warmed up slightly towards her in the end, in my eyes I don't feel she ever fully redeemed herself for things she did and how she acted. I would have liked to have seen more growth from her character. Both Razor and Lexi are complex characters. Their upbringings caused quite a bit of damage to each of them, leaving them both feeling unworthy of being loved. Razor has always been kind of in the background, overshadowed by both Cobra and Ryder. But he's come to the point where he's tired of being the forgotten man- he's ready to make some changes and prove his worth as an important member of the Scorpio Stingers. On top of that, he's tired of waiting around for Lexi to get over her unrequited crush on an unattainable man, so he's out to show her he's the man for her. Lexi has always wanted the one man she could never have, but that hasn't stopped her from pining after him, even after she knows she'll never have a chance. Girl, sometimes you just have to cut your losses! Shoot the Moon is darker and grittier than the other books in this series. But at the heart of it is the love story between Razor and Lexi. Theirs is not an easy love story, nor is it a conventional one by any means. But for these 2 people, who feel so undeserving of love, it just fit. Sometimes it just takes one act, one little moment, to show you what's been right in front of you all along.