(Biker Bitches #3)
By: Jamie Begley
What can I say? I’m not a nice person. When I walk by, people call me a slut, and I’m okay with that. I believe in calling a spade a spade. I am a slut.
With the holidays approaching, I miss belonging to The Last Riders. Drake’s keeping me warm, but he wants more than I can give. He wants me to trust him, to believe he can protect me. Doesn’t he know Santa put me on the Naughty List long ago?
What can I say? I’m a nice guy and have always done the responsible thing.
Bliss is everything I shouldn’t want, but it’s hard to resist a woman who stopped believing in miracles. She wants to be back with The Last Riders, whom she considers her true family. Doesn’t she know it’s Christmas, and miracles do happen?
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About Merry Blissmas: Merry Blissmas is the third book in the Biker Bitches series and is told in dual point of views (Bliss & Drake).
After a series of bad choices and letting her jealousy get away with her. Bliss finds herself striped of her club name and tossed out on her ass by The Last Riders. Now Bliss has to learn how to be on her own. Drake has loved Bliss from the moment he saw her, the only problem was he could never touch her because she was a member of The Last Riders. Now all bets are off the table and Drake’s about to have the chance of a lifetime.
A few quick thoughts:
First I want to mention how freaking much I loved the Christmas theme that came with Merry Blissmas…even though its February. I absolutely loved the chemistry between Drake and Bliss. I also loved the vulnerability that bliss showed through this novel.
However, I was a tad bit let down by this one. I’ve been curious to read Bliss’s back story since the moment she was mentioned in the series. I felt like everything about this novel was predictable, which did not mesh well with Bliss’s character, given the fact that she was always so unpredictable in the novels before.
Overall, I’m on the fence about how I truly feel about this one. On one hand I liked it, but on the other hand I wanted more intensity from the plot.
Peace Love and Happy Reading,
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