Raven Riders Motorcycle Club President Dare Kenyon rides hard and values loyalty above all else. He’ll do anything to protect the brotherhood of bikers—the only family he’s got—as well as those who can’t defend themselves. So when mistrustful Haven Randall lands on the club’s doorstep scared that she’s being hunted, Dare takes her in, swears to keep her safe, and pushes to learn the secrets overshadowing her pretty smile.
Haven fled from years of abuse at the hands of her criminal father and is suspicious of any man’s promises, including those of the darkly sexy and overwhelmingly intense Ravens’ leader. But as the powerful attraction between them flares to life, Dare pushes her boundaries and tempts her to want things she never thought she could.
The past never dies without a fight, but Dare Kenyon’s never backed down before . .
4 out of 5 stars
Ride Hard is the story of Haven Randall, the daughter of a horrible criminal who runs away from her father and is rescued by the Raven Riders Motorcycle Club. She stays at their compound for protection. Haven is very timid, due to years of abuse at the hand of her father. She has a hard time trusting anyone other than her best friend, Cora.
The club president, Dare Kenyon, meets Haven and Cora and wants to protect them. It’s what their club does. Dare feels like Haven is naïve girl, but she’s much stronger than she seems. Haven also has trouble sleeping at night; when she has trouble sleeping, she bakes, and apparently she’s very good.
This story wasn’t terribly deep, but it was a good book. The ending was pretty predictable but it didn’t take away from the story. I really liked Haven; she was a very sweet and caring girl, giving to others though she was treated poorly for most of her life. I liked Haven and Dare together.
I’m excited for this new series. It should be good.