MC Club Books

Book Review – Reaper’s Property by Joanna Wylde

Marie doesn’t need a complication like Horse. The massive, tattooed, badass biker who shows up at her brother’s house one afternoon doesn’t agree. He wants Marie on his bike and in his bed. Now.

But Marie just left her abusive jerk of an ex-husband and she’s not looking for a new man. Especially one like Horse—she doesn’t know his real name or where he lives, she’s ninety percent certain he’s a criminal and that the “business” he talks with her brother isn’t website design. She needs him out of her life, which would be a snap if he’d just stop giving her mind-blowing orgasms.

Horse is part of the Reapers Motorcycle Club, and when he wants something, he takes it. What he wants is Marie, but she’s not interested in becoming “property of”.

Then her brother steals from the club. Marie can save him by giving Horse what he wants—at home, in public, on his bike… If she’s a very, very good girl, she’ll get lots more of those orgasms only he can offer, and he’ll let her brother live.  Maybe.

2 out of 5 stars

I have so many thoughts swirling through my head about this book.  While I liked part of the story, there were parts I didn’t like.  Let’s cover those:

1.  The author decided to tell the same part of the story twice, once from Marie’s perspective and once from Horse’s.  Seemed totally unnecessary.  If you didn’t know what to write, you should have had the book be shorter.  We didn’t need to read the same exact thing twice.  I actually thought my kindle had gone backwards.

2.  Horse.  He was pretty much a dick throughout this whole story.  He paid $50,000 to have Marie be his “old lady”.  That’s another problem.  I hate that term.

3.  The whole “kidnapping” of Marie, and “romance” between Marie and Horse.  It didn’t seem like a romance as much as it did a domination of a woman by a man who paid for her, even though she didn’t know that.  Marie was treated more like a prostitute then a partner.

The whole story was uneven.  It didn’t make a whole lot of sense and the author portrayed women as “sweet butts” (which was such a stupid part of the story).

Happy reading.

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