Riding Dirty by Jill Sorenson starts off strong. I was hooked as soon as I read the Prologue. The book does touch on sensitive subjects, but the author handles the material well.
Mia is out for revenge, and hopes to find an ally in Cole aka Shank. He has turned on his fellow MC members in the hopes of turning his President Uncle in to the authorities. Mia's plan seems simple enough. Seduce Cole, and get him to kill the man her murdered her husband. But what Mia isn't counting on is the feelings she develops for Cole.
Motorcycle clubs seem to be all the rage lately, especially with the success of the hit TV show "Sons of Anarchy", which I admit was a big reason why I wanted to read a book like this one.
I really enjoyed the details, and character development. Mia and Cole both have terrible pasts, but that doesn't mean that they have to have terrible futures. What if their salvations don't lie in revenge, but, instead, in each other?
Overall, it was enjoyable, and I recommend it to anyone who likes SOA, or romance novels.
He's her weapon of choice
Psychologist Mia Richards wants revenge. Her new client, tattooed Cole "Shank" Shepherd, provides the perfect means. She just has to manipulate the felon-turned-informant into eliminating her husband's killers—members of Cole's rival motorcycle club. The first step, seducing Cole, is simple. As for walking away before she falls hard—it's already too late…
Dirty Eleven practically raised Cole, and he plans to double-cross the cops rather than sell the club out. But smart, sexy Mia is an irresistible distraction. While she's evaluating his mind, all he can think about is her body…until he discovers her true intentions. Walking a fine line between desire and betrayal, they'll have to outrun her past, his enemies and the law for a love that's dangerously real.
Book one of the Dirty Eleven MC series