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Summary

After surviving the heat, the torture, and making it out of the sandbox one mission at a time, I have spent years on the ride, going mile after mile to escape the past. I thought I had left hell behind. Only, it is hard to run from the demons inside you.

It all changed when I found the Hellions brotherhood. My nightmares were chased away by the daylight of my new purpose in the club.

I'm a whore, born from trash; that's what he always told me. Well, sugar, if you can't beat it back, you might as well stop fighting and make the best of it. The Hellions take care of me as long as I take care of their boys, and the arrangement works...until he finds me. Nathan "Boomer" Vaughn - Hellions MC's newest member, former Army Special Forces, and overall badass - is brought to his knees when he finds out the secrets his favorite barfly has been keeping.

Pamela should have brought her problems to the club first, but she didn't. Now it's up to Boomer to keep her and her secrets safe.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Chelsea Camaron (P)2016 Tantor

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  • michele
  • 10-01-18

Ho hum

The whole story was all internal dialogue first from one side then the other. So it felt like the story never started it had great premise and could have been good. If it hadn’t all been internalized angst

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  • dom bast
  • 05-04-18

disappointed

this made no sense in the series the supporting cast is good didn't enjoy this story at all

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  • Divalish Smile
  • 25-06-18

Simple Ride

Didn’t enjoy this book as much as the others. Found myself just wanting to get through it so I could move on.

No connection was felt with the characters. I couldn’t even recall who either of them was during the story until I heard the nick name and even then couldn’t remember anything about her besides the nickname. Can’t remember if I liked her or disliked her. She clearly left no impression on me.

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  • Rowena1999
  • 22-05-18

I am trained in detonation...

I like this author and this series. The stories are a bit cliched, but still a good listen.

The romance in this book is unusual as the couple did the biker equivalent of dating (i.e. exclusive biker/barfly sex) for a year before the story begins. He cares about her, and cares for her needs (insert "expert in detonation" joke here) which makes him a standout. We also see them live through different phases in their relationship - just the couple, then add friends, then add family - so the story is also atypical there.

A running theme in this series is that a biker can only fall in love and change his man-whore ways if he has to rescue his (insta-love) damsel in distress. Makes perfect sense in biker-logic. Not a bad premise for conflict for one book, but it might be nice to mix it up a bit so it doesn't seem so cookie cutter when you read the whole series. It's book 5 and I'm starting to lose interest somewhat.

Narration was good.

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  • Clearwater
  • 12-11-17

FALLS SHORT

If you like Chelsea Camerons Hellions series, don't expect the same excitement, character developmental or story development. While the premise for the story had potential, the execution was way off. It seemed like a desperate attempt to get something/anything out. This does not change my CC need. I will continue to purchase all of her audible books. If your a CC fan, you may want to skip this one.