Ride Free: A Biker Erotic Romance (Padre Knights MC Book 1) by Evelyn Glass
He's finally come home, only to find that everything has changed
After ten years of riding with the Padre Knights MC, Alejandro Rojas has become the Vice President of the outlaw motorcycle club. When a club assignment takes him back to his hometown of Arroyo Flats, Alejandro finds himself reeling back in time, haunted by memories of a girl he lost a decade ago, memories of a love that could have been, and memories of broken promises made on the back of his bike.
Her life is about to be entwined fame and prestige when it suddenly comes crashing down
Alaine Owens is engaged to Bobby Dawson, the son of a powerful South Texas politician. Yet she has never forgetten the boy to whom she gave her love--and herself--ten years ago, even if she still hasn't forgiven him for his broken promise.
A second chance to mend a broken promise. But time is running out...
All Alejandro wants is to see Alaine again and fulfill the promise he made her ten years ago. Likewise, Alaine knows the danger of seeing Alejandro again after all these years. But the siren of love is calling the two souls home to each other. As their worlds collide once again in the flames of passion, Alaine and Alejandro are about to find that some promises are never meant to be broken, even if everything in the world--from the laws of the state to the unspoken social contracts of the South--seem hell-bent on it.
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This review is from: Ride Free: A Biker Erotic Romance (Padre Knights MC Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
On one hand, this was hot. I loved seeing Ali and Alejandro reconnect. But, it just didn't feel like a bad boy biker book. I would have loved to see more action and less sexy dreams. I just feel like the book was missing something, something more. It's not an awful read, and it did not take long to get through. It just needs a little extra plot to it. I can feel what the author is trying to set up, to get you into the next book, the cliff hanger was done well. It's the rest of the story leading up to it that leave me wondering if it's worth reading the next one or not.