- Quicksilver Books
- Release Date
- September 2014
- Book 3 of The Bare Bones MC
Knoxie Hammett has been The Bare Bones' tattoo artist for years. He's just drifted through life, living it large and performing in their Triple Exposure films, recovering from a divorce he never wanted. Suddenly Knox has a reason to live and to Prospect for the outlaw motorcycle club.
He'll need their help to rescue the lovely Bellamy Jager from the jaws of the warped, cutthroat cult leader who has been holding her hostage for all her adult life. To the neglected, abused teenaged Bellamy, living in the desert canyons off stolen food and time, the sanctity of the ashram looked like a safe zone. But her haven turned to hell and she was drugged and abused, ignorant of any other way of life.
Knoxie will need every one of his Bare Bones brothers and every ounce of bravery he can muster. To save Bellamy and her white slave sisters from the twisted Swami, he'll need to pull off the most daring heist of his life to prove to the club and the world that he's…BAD TO THE BONES
Dec 03, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
85 people found the following review helpful
With motorcycle club (MC) romances gaining popularity, I'm always looking for a fresh twist that goes beyond the bad biker stereotype.
Although I can say that the inclusion of a cult into an MC storyline is certainly unique, I found BAD TO THE BONE by Layla Wolfe to be a rather challenging read.
Because I had difficulty establishing a clear time and place in the beginning of the story, that set the tone for the rest of my reading experience. I thought at one point the author might be developing sort of a Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome alternative world, but it turned out to be related to life in the cult.
The storyline centers around a woman named Bellamy who is a member of a very strange cult. Left out in the desert, she is rescued by Knoxie and other members of the motorcycle club.
Perhaps it was my fault for expecting a typical MC story, but I wasn't able to follow the storyline at all. Although there are hot exchanges in the story, I didn't make a connection to any of the characters.
I love taking new adventures with authors, but this one had me stumbling in the dark.
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