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Book Review: Biker by Fiona Roarke


Biker by Fiona Roarke  
Series: Bad Boys in Big Trouble, #1
Genre: Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: eBook, 230 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on January 7th 2016 by Nickel Road Publishing
Fiona Roarke: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Despite the danger, there are some definite pluses to undercover agent Zak Langston’s current alias as a mechanic slash low-life criminal. He doesn’t have to shave regularly or keep his hair military short. He gets to ride a damn fine Harley. And then there’s the sweet, sexy lady next door who likes to sneak peeks at his butt. Yeah, that was a major plus.
Kaitlin Price has had the worst luck with men. As if her unearned reputation as a frigid tease isn’t enough, she also has to deal with her stepsister’s casual cruelty and taunting tales of sexual conquests she can only dream of. So Kaitlin has never been with a man. So what? So what …
So maybe the sexy bad boy next door would be willing to help her with that.
Gunfire, gangsters and a kidnapping weren’t part of her Deflower Kaitlin plan. Good thing for her bad boy Zak is very, very good. At everything.

Biker is the first book of Bad Boys in Big Trouble series. I didn’t have high hopes for this book, so I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed it.

“You make me forget myself.”
“You make me so crazy that I’m always going to want more.”

Our heroine is not only single and can cook but she’s also a virgin. Kaitlin knows her mean stepsister is coming to visit soon, so she wants to get rid of her V- card. When she was younger she wanted to save herself for someone special before waking up to the reality. She has eyes on her bad boy neighbor. Instead of giving up when Zac ignores her– she decides to follow him to a bar.

Kaitlin’s whole family sounds awful. I mean if she has to stand Brooke treats her just, so she can have some kind of family. Kaitlin even describes her as tolerated enemy. No wonder Kaitlin has such a low self-esteem.

Zac finds Kaitlin attractive but he’s not planning on staying in town for long, so he’s trying to ignore his attraction for his neighbor. He has work to do and dating Kaitlin would just complicate things. Zac would’ve turned her down if he’d known she’s a virgin.

All in all this book hooked me in but the romance was kind of lacking? I didn’t find Kaitlin’s reason to finally have sex as a good one and Zac didn’t want to start anything with her for awhile. He just wanted to pretend that they’re i a relationship now that the bikers thought she was his girlfriend. Also I think everything happened way too fast after Zac finally revealed some things.


4 stars

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