Release Date: Apr 1, 2018
Series: Hard Riders MC
Heat Level: Hot
Harper just got kicked to the curb by her boyfriend. A drunk and crazy night out with the girls leads her to Vik’s tattoo shop. She is tired of being the good girl. She wants to live it up a bit and getting tatted is the perfect start. It doesn’t hurt that Vik is hot and they shared a moment in high school.
I liked Harper. She quickly shed her good girl persona and got down and dirty with Vik. He didn’t remember her and she never mentioned their past interaction. I kind of wanted to know more about that but in the grand scheme of things, it really didn’t matter.
I liked Vik as a main character but there is very little to him outside of his good looks and great body. He is very sweet and kind but I don’t know more to him. I have to chalk a lot of the missing pieces up to the length of the book but I think that is still a poor excuse since Vik swears up and down that he is only good as a sex buddy. Why is he so closed off?
I saw the set up for Harper getting her heart broken a mile away and it annoyed me. The ending was too rushed. Vik literally came around in one chapter and it took away from their HEA. There is a lot of substance that could have been added to the story to make it just perfect.
I enjoyed this one way better than the first book in the series. I look forward to seeing other members of the club fall in love.