Threat: A Blood Riders MC

Tia Lewis
Threat: A Blood Riders MC
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Release Date
October 2016
Book 1 of Blood Riders MC
Contemporary Romance, MC Romance

As V.P. of the Blood Riders MC, Drake is used to calling the shots, getting his way, and sleeping with every biker groupie within reach. When he meets Nicole, her feisty, headstrong beauty pulls him in, even as his instincts warn him she's hiding something.

Nicole is determined to learn who killed her father, a detective who was investigating the Blood Riders. When the chemistry between her and Drake becomes much more, she's caught between her desires and her desperate need for answers.

Then her search turns deadly, and Nicole has to put everything on the line―and trust that the man she's fallen for will forgive her betrayal. Will he come to her defense ... or will his eyes be the last thing she ever sees?

Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Oct 18, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
105 people found the following review helpful
Not the best MC book I've read, but also not the worst.

When her dad is murdered by the Blood Riders, Nicole Bluth decides to infiltrate the MC as "Bree" to get answers. The death of three members has the club in chaos and mourning, wanting revenge. She meets club VP Drake Collins and sparks fly, and she knows he's the answer to getting to the bottom of her dad's death. She doesn't expect the sparks to fly, which will put her in even more danger from the very people who killed her dad. Will Drake be willing to keep Nicole safe even after he learns the truth?

THREAT, book 1 in the Blood Riders MC series was just an okay read for me, primarily because of the fact that almost nothing rang legit about the story. I'm all for good fiction, but at least make it somewhat believable if that's what you're going for. We have this uber dangerous biker gang who just welcomes this smart-ass girl into its protection (albeit with cursory "I don't trust you" words from Drake), not even bothering to do even the barest of background checks. Then, THEN, we have the wildly deep feelings that crop up between lunch and dinner, with the "I love you's" flying by dessert. Now, I get this is a book, but it was long enough to spread the timeline out just a bit, even a WEEK, to make them feel a little more realistic.

The sex was very good between the MC's, and their chemistry was excellent as well. Overall this wasn't a bad book, it was just too unreasonable to believe.

Bottom Line: No OM/OW (other man/other woman) while MC's were together; condom use; sexual assault; violence/murder.
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