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Book Review | Shade’s Fall by Jamie Begley


Shade’s Fall
(The Last Riders #4)
By: Jamie Begley

Genre: MC Romance
Publisher: Young Ink Press, LLC
Publication Date: March 19th, 2014
My Rating: 4.5 Stars
Format: Kindle


Shade is everything Lily doesn’t want in a man. He’s rude, obnoxious and he’s definitely not a cowboy. The tattooed enforcer for The Last Riders is a mystery Lily doesn’t want to solve. He’s too much for her to handle, especially with the nightmares from her past constantly threatening her sanity.

Lily is everything Shade wants in a woman. She’s sweet, kind and submissive. When she discovers the truth about The Last Riders, it threatens to tear apart every relationship within the club. Her rebellion causes the predatory instincts to rise in the ex Navy SEAL sniper.

When The Last Riders are threatened by another motorcycle club just as determined to claim Lily, Shade is her only hope of surviving the approaching confrontation. Could their passion be Shade’s downfall?


☆ 4.5 Stars ☆

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I just finished reading Shade’s Fall by Jamie Begley and I have to say, this novel blew me away!

I’ve been intrigued by Shade’s character and the dark aura that surrounds him throughout this series. This man is very complex. Instead of showing his softness and then later exposing his darkness, Jamie Begley completed changed the game up on me. Shade starts off as a very dark and somewhat malicious character and then very slowly does he start to show the light within himself that Lily helps him find.

From the start of the series we know he’s attracted to the sweetheart and sheltered girl (Lily) of the series but he’s made his promises to not act on his desires until Lily has had a chance to live life and learn her own lessons that life has to offer her. But when a near fatal accident occurs, Shade throws all caution to the wind and puts his foot down. He’s ready to claim his woman and no one is going to stop him.

Lily suffers from anxiety due to her horrible childhood memories that Lily so cleverly locked in a box inside her head and the fact that everyone she knows keeps her sheltered. It’s not a crime to be sensitive, but Lily tends to feel everything with her whole heart. My heart broke time and time again for Lily and her fear of opening up that compartment and letting those memories out. I’m not even going to lie, I may have shed a tear…or five… for her during these moments. This poor girl has legit been through hell and back.

Shade had the right way of helping Lily work through her anxieties. He was truly the only person in this novel that didn’t coddle her and because of this Lily became a stronger person. One that doesn’t let people walk all over her, a person that easily let’s people in, and a person that loves unconditionally.

Through exercise and self-defense training, Shade found an outlet that Lily can through her fear into. And while she’s exercising her demons, he’s also found a way for Lily to let down her defenses
in regards to him and like the sneaky shadow he tends to be, Shade finds his way into Lily’s heart. These two brought a whole new game to this series. This novel has everything! I honestly couldn’t put it down.

Overall, Shade’s Fall was such a great novel! I can’t wait to read more when it comes to Shade and Lily! Ah, I freaking love these two. I don’t see how any other couple in this series will be able to top these two in my eyes, we shall see!


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