Friday, July 18, 2014

Review: Lay it down by Cara McKenna

Backbreaking days, wild nights, and the hard hum of steel between your thighs...

That’s a life well lived, according to the Desert Dogs—four friends who call Fortuity, Nevada, their badlands home.

Vince Grossier is the self-crowned outlaw king around here. But when Fortuity’s slick new mayor invites a casino development to town, greed isn’t far behind—and it claims Vince’s good friend as its first casualty. With the law turning a blind eye to the mysterious death, Vince must seek his own brand of justice. The pretty photographer hired by the developers might be the key to uncovering the truth. And she’s a temptation too good to pass up.

Finally free of a controlling ex, Kim Paget’s not looking to be taken for a ride—not on the back of some tattooed roughneck’s bike and definitely not in his bed. But when she uncovers evidence supporting Vince’s suspicions of murder, Kim must entrust her safety to a man whose body threatens danger of a whole different kind

~By Shelly
4 Stars

This is the first book of Cara's that I have had the pleasure of reading, and I am glad I did.  

I am a big MC fan, and this one didn't disappoint.  It was a new take on an MC, and that was refreshing.  It took me a bit to get going, but I think that was because it was the first book in the series, and we had a lot of characters to meet and understand.

This book was packed with not only the romance between Kim and Vince, but action and suspense. Each of these sexy bikers have something about them that I love and I can't wait for more.  

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