Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Review: Don't Say It (Ronacks Motorcycle Club) by Debra Kayn

****4 Stars****

I really loved this story. Strangely, it wasn't the threat of danger or twists and turns that kept me hooked - although it was enthralling - but more the relationship and dynamics between Swiss and Gia.
Swiss is a great character. Loyal to his club, he's protective and does what he can when he sees that someone needs help, but he's closed off. Not even his MC brothers know his story.
Gia is a bucket of nerves. Sent away from home, she's on her own and depending on Swiss' mere presence to ward off her monsters - even though he's unaware of the role she's placed him in.
The story flows perfectly and the slow development ticks along perfectly. I'm sure you'll enjoy this tale as much as I did.

Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer

The woman's shelter gave Gia two options. A house in the middle of Wyoming or share a duplex in Montana with a biker. 

From the first day of her arrival to Haugan, Gia pushes herself into Swiss's routine. Then, danger moves her into his side of the duplex. The stoic biker with few words and more mystery than her body can handle pulls her under his protection with a profound commitment to keeping her safe from the men trying to kill her. But, close encounters and long nights fail to protect her heart, and she falls in love with Swiss. And, that's the one stipulation guaranteed to push Swiss away from her.

Swiss's ex-Army skills benefit Ronacks Motorcycle Club and the patch on his vest gives him the freedom to live without responsibilities. Responsibilities that nearly killed him in the past. He thrives off solitude until his isolated existence gets interrupted when a sexy lady moves into the duplex and his gut tells him something isn't right.

Amazon UK - http://amzn.to/2eBtOU7 

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