Friday, 5 August 2016

Review: Wild Ride (Wind Dragons MC #4.5) by Chantal Fernando

****4 Stars****

This is a novella within the Wind Dragons M/C series and so it’s a relatively short read that ends on a cliffhanger so I am guessing this is just an opener to more of Talon and Tia’s story. I hope so anyway as I was enjoying the connection between these two and I’m left with many unanswered questions.
Talon is actually the president of an associated M/C that we have met throughout the series so it was refreshing to take a side step in the series. Tia is a great character, a single mother that enjoys her independence to a point where she refuses to ask for help or accept it willingly. They have done their best to ignore the attraction they feel for a while so it was nice to see them finally give in to it and let things progress further as they are good together.
I enjoyed reading this one more than I have the last couple of books in this series so I was disappointed to realise it was a short read but I am really looking forward to the next book now to see how things develop between Talon and Tia. And get those questions answered.

Reviewed by Vikki Ryan

Internationally bestselling author Chantal Fernando brings fans another sexy motorcycle novella in the Wind Dragons MC series, as rival club president Talon has to decide what's more dangerous: facing down the WDMC, or losing his heart to a woman under their protection.

Talon has a complicated relationship with the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club. He’s the president of their rival club, the Wild Men, but he’s also related to one of their members—who hates him. He could handle that, but he’s also got problems in his own club; someone is leaking information and disrupting their business, but Talon can’t find the mole. So the last thing he needs is even more complication in the form of a beautiful single mother who’s bolder than half the bikers on his squad. But he can't take his eyes—or his hands—off her...

Tia’s always been a little reckless, up for a good time wherever she found it, but she’s also a great mom to her young son. So even though she thinks Talon is basically sex on a stick, when she realizes she wants to be more to him than just a club groupie, she has to take things a bit slow. Plus, a momentary attraction, no matter how smoking hot, isn’t worth risking her son’s happiness in any way. Is there any chance that Talon might be up for a more permanent arrangement? Or has Tia leapt before looking once again?

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