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Reaper’s Legacy by Joanna Wylde

Have you read the new category of romance? You don’t know what I’m talking about. The Motorcycle Club sub genre. This is a genre with a rough and ready cast of characters. The MC is about a different kind of family, where your true friends/brothers are determined on who you call to help hide the bodies. Joanna Wylde brought this sexy, romantic thriller to life with real people. I felt as if I knew Ruger and his club, each with a different personality, voice and reaction. Ruger was the sexy romantic hero who if he were set in a pirate story would be the noble but notorious gentleman pirate and rogue. Sophie was a true heroine, she was a citizen, not part of the MC world yet she proved she was tough, determined and every bit the match for Ruger. This is a must read book for anyone who likes a little adventure. It was an edge of your seat ride, sexy, sensual and unforgettable. I want more. Forget 50 Shades of Grey, you want great sex, interesting characters and a real intense story, then come over to the 1%.
As a mother of 6 sons, I related to this book in so many ways. I think most of us need to be a part of a tribe, a family. That is the real story I got from this book, the overall theme, don’t judge what you don’t understand. We are all just people trying to survive the best way we can. Being part of a large extended family that consists of in-laws, out-laws and friends, I know I am blessed to have my tribe.
As a motorcycle rider I know the thrill of riding, that feeling of being free. Riding a motorcycle is like nothing else on earth, the feel of the bike between your legs is almost sexual, the wind in your face, the way others look at you and treat you. There is a power and pride that comes from riding that is addictive. Joanna Wylde gave us that power and sensuality in her Reaper’s series. Read it but warning, it may be too hot for a citizen to handle.


I write suspense with a hot romance and a southern accent. I like strong characters with attitude and charm. Heroines who can rescue themselves and heroes who aren't afraid to love them.