Review: Final Ride by Chelsea Camaron

January 04, 2017

Final Ride by Chelsea Camaron
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Hellions Ride #9
Release: November 15, 2016
Length: 396 pages

Everything I have never had is right in front of me. Family, it's mine for the taking. For the first time in my life, I found stability in the Hellions MC. From the ground up, I've been loyal to my brothers. Now the time has come when I may have to choose between the family I've never known or the club I've built and given my all to. Richard "Frisco" Billings is the California kid who rode into Haywood's Landing when the Hellions were needing an extra man. As an original, he's been with the club from day one. After growing up with no real place to call home, he's found solid ground. All of it crashed around him when secrets were revealed and he found out he missed all the formative years with his daughter, who was raised in an enemy's club. Amy Mitchell was lost her whole life until she was found by the Hellions MC. She spent years with the club, rebuilding her life and finding a place where she could belong. When a new young woman comes into the home she has with Frisco, will she still fit into his world? Will Frisco find a way to make everything work together? Will this be his final ride with the Hellions as life takes him down a different road? Contains mature themes.

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This is the Final Ride of the series and what a freaking series it's been!! Throughout these books, we've met and fallen for each member of the Hellions MC Club. And each book gave us the unique insight and perspective of them all. Well, almost all of them. Last but definitely not least was what many of us have been waiting for... the story of Amy and Frisco.

We met them in One Ride. Amy found herself tangled up with the wrong guy (an abusive a-hole) and once the Hellions "took care of him", they took her in. She soon became tied to Frisco but was quick to let everyone know that it wasn't romantic. Yeah... okay lol. However, as the series progressed, we witnessed their relationship blossom and evolve and this book was the culmination of all of that.

Be prepared to laugh, maybe cry, sympathize and sigh. The author created an incredible send off to this series and a heartwarming end. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!!

P.S. The author made me so happy with the 10 years later epilogue for all of the characters. So soon after my sadness re: Roundman, this was a welcome sight.

"The ride for life is love, loyalty and respect."

An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review

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