Review: Innocent Ride by Chelsea Camaron

Innocent Ride by Chelsea Camaron
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Hellions Ride #5
Release: February 19, 2015
Length: 258 pages

She is a corporate accountant. Her life is full of structure, routine, and organization. Settled, comfortable, and content, Caroline Milton loves knowing what to expect every minute of every day. More importantly, she loves knowing her life is what she pictures it to be and not what she came from.

He is the Catawba Hellions VP and a wild one, refusing to be tamed. His motto—'hit it, get it, and go; no repeats' where women are concerned—guarantees a new woman in his bed nightly. His life, though, suddenly tilts on its axis when his wild days come barreling back with a major responsibility. Suddenly, Drexel 'Rex' Crews finds he has a real reason to settle down.

When a situation quickly spins out of control at work for Caroline, she reaches out to the one group she least expected to find herself dependent upon—the Hellions Motorcycle Club. Asked as a personal favor from Doll to protect her best friend, Rex can't refuse.
Protecting Caroline was supposed to be an innocent task. However, the attraction from their first meeting is a fire burning strong inside of them both. Neither can deny the pull, despite the fact that they come from different worlds.

Can Rex show Caroline the safety and security of the MC? Can Caroline tame the wild beast inside of Rex? Can their innocent ride become a journey to long lasting love?

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My Review

So... I didn't like Caroline. AT ALL!! Many may disagree with my opinion, but guess what? I couldn't care less.


Truth.

See, the thing is... I have a low tolerance for B.S. True story. And she was chock full of it.

As Alpha, as manly, as badass, as sexy and as reckless as Rex was, I wanted better for him. I really did. He was really coming into his own and deserved a strong, good woman by his side. And I just don't think that "Lux" fit the bill. I wanted more for him. More than what she had to offer. More than him chasing her stale azz through 5 books. It frustrated the heck out of me.


My rating goes to Rex and his family (Axel, Shooter and Tessie). I was so impressed with the way that Chelsea Camaron showcased Rex's growth in this book. He really became a man (finally) and I enjoyed the dynamic of the family situation. So overall, it was well-written, well-developed, and surprisingly heartwarming!

Copy generously provided in exchange for an honest review

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