Sunday, July 13, 2014

Wild (Dark Riders Motorcycle Club Book 1)

Wild (Dark Riders Motorcycle Club Book 1) by Elsa Day

Which will she choose? Love, or safety? 

Lilly Clarkfeld just wants to be a regular college student. In her dreams she is a nurse, has a family, and is safe. That's not much to ask. 

But when she's forced to return to her childhood home because of her mother's illness, everything changes. 

Lilly's car crashes and she's taken in the night by the Dark Riders. It could have been any motorcycle club, but it was his. 

Lilly's first love. 

Asher Thomas is bigger, stronger, and more damaged than Lilly remembers, but he never forgot about her. 

They still burn for each other, but is this the life for Lilly? Can she put her white picket fence dreams on hold and trade them in for the rough love of an outlaw biker? 

Wild is the first entry in the Dark Riders Motorcycle Club serial, following the story of Lilly and Asher. The series contains strong sexual themes, and is not intended for readers under the age of 18. 

4.0 out of 5 stars Needs work on heroineJuly 13, 2014
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This review is from: Wild (Dark Riders Motorcycle Club Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I really wanted to love this book. It wasn't awful. It just could use some work. The plot is great, very action packed, exciting. But, there are some editing errors and Lily just isn't that likable. To me, she's too immature to really like. I think if she matured a little or the author didn't make her out to be so childish, I could really get into this book. When it comes to the action, I was hooked. It was played out well. Wild, he's brutal, full on Alpha male and hot! Though I felt he was a complete knock off of Jax from SOA, he still worked for me. I liked him. I may read the next one, maybe. I'm not out rushing to pick it up, but I am curious as to what happens to them.

My rating- out of 1-5:
Cover: 5 - it's hot
Editing: 3- there's errors, it needs some work
Plot: 4 - action packed
Ending: 4 - it certainly was a cliff hanger, but I'm not dying to get the next one.
That makes this a 4 star read.

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