My rating: 4 of 5 stars
4 revving stars ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮
No Spoiler Review ~ Lynsey
I agreed to review even though I wasn’t familiar with the Moroad Motorcycle Club series, I was told this was a standalone, and thanks to Nina Levine, Beth Flynn and Jani Kay, I’ve become a bit partial to a MC badboy in his cut so in I dove.
Having not met Jacko before I got to grip with his character after a few chapters, I found it a little hard going to begin with like most MC characters you love to hate them. He’s kind of crazy but that’s because no one has ever got to dig deep and get to know the real him, queue Amy O’Harris. I don’t want to give away spoilers, as I’m also going to read the previous 4 books in the series as I understand the characters cross over, so to get to know the history a little better, but let’s say Amy and Jacko have some pretty wacko history. Amy comes back into Jacko’s life and he needs to save hers but can he do that whilst feeling all sorts of conflict and emotion, he was once in love with her sister, now he wants Amy and will do anything to protect her. I really enjoyed Falling For Crazy, fan’s of MC series will love it, it’s certainly holds it’s own.
The bestselling Moroad Motorcycle Club series continues with a standalone novel…
As a member of the Moroad Motorcycle Club, Jacko has been called a lot of things.
Jacko owns the odd behavior, the detachment, the recklessness he’s earned from his years locked away in the Idaho State Penitentiary. His desperate hold on seeking revenge on the remaining Reds and Los Li members responsible for killing Sarah keep him looking straight ahead, and to the sides. He only needs to kill two more men, and then he’ll gladly walk back into prison to spend his days in solitary.
Burned out of her house and homeless for two weeks, Amy O’Harris searches from the shadows in the Silver Valley for Jacko— the only man who can help her stay safe. When Jacko saves her as she runs away from danger, her relief is short-lived. The change in Jacko’s personality frightens her. He’s no longer the silent, smart, easy-going biker she remembers loving her sister, Sarah. Jacko’s damaged behavior screams out for her to stay with him, until she questions her own sanity and doubts every word out of Jacko’s mouth.