(The Last Riders #7)
By: Jamie Begley
Life dealt him a dead man’s hand.
Lucky had always led a life of service. Always put his life on the line for someone else, managing to survive by pure luck and skill. After bringing an end to a multi-state drug ring, he was finally able to live the life he had wanted as a Last Rider…
A good man would walk away and not touch the curvy woman who had been tugging on his heartstrings. Lucky wasn’t a good man. Therefore, the bad-ass biker in him had a choice: once again become the man he had pretended to be and stake his claim, or take the devil’s highway.
Some girls had all the luck.
Willa wasn’t one of them. All she wanted to do was give a home to the children she had made orphans. Instead, she found herself needing help from the man who had left the pulpit behind to embrace a life of sin.
Painfully shy and withdrawn she wanted a quiet life, a simple man, and well-behaved children. The last thing she had ever expected was for Lucky to want her size twenty body and show her a passion that would lead her straight to hell.
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“She deserved more than a man with blood on his hands, and a target on his back.”
Lucky’s Choice is the seventh book in The Last Riders series.
This book is based around reformed preacher man Dean…also known as….Lucky and the woman who haunts his dreams…Willa!
When I first started this book I was very intrigued by Lucky and his double life. Since the moment Lucky was introduced, I’ve wanted to know more about this man and who he really is. I was equally excited when I found out he would be matched up with the effortlessly beautiful yet shy girl, Willa.
Lucky’s Choice started off great but slowly through the novel I started to drift off a little. I needed more from the Lucky and Willa and this unending chemistry that was exposed in previous books.
I’m sad to say Lucky’s Choice fell a little flat for me. The chemistry was their in the beginning and the intrigue was heightened but Lucky came off as a major asshole and even though he felt he had cause for protecting Willa and keeping her away from the club life, I still feel his actions were a little assholish and I wanted more for Willa.
Overall, this one started off great but didn’t hold my attention like the others in the series.
Peace Love and Happy Reading,