Review: One Ride by Chelsea Camaron

One Ride by Chelsea Camaron
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Hellions Ride #1
Release: December 19, 2013
Length: 291 pages

Delilah “Doll” Reklinger never imagined her life with anyone that wasn’t a Hellion. She never imagined a Hellion would come along and prove himself worthy enough to her father, Roundman, Hellions Club President. Content in living in the bubble of safety the motorcycle club family has always provided, Doll never thought that danger surrounded her.

Roundman has kept the Hellions contained for the last thirty years by controlling the chaos surrounding their lifestyle. When the dangerous side to their business comes knocking on his door, he realizes his precious Doll isn’t safe. The Hellions code may be that women and children are off limits in any altercation or dispute, but that doesn’t mean their enemies follow that same moral compass.

His only child, now in danger from the association to him and his club, Roundman makes a decision. He sends her away to a charter club, in hopes that the trouble won’t follow.

One ride across the country. One simple ride. Talon “Tripp” Crews has been ordered to take Doll on one ride away and to keep her safe. She’s off limits, his head knows this, but his body can’t deny the sparks between them. She’s feisty, fierce, and fearless. Constantly in close confines together, can they deny the chemistry? Will they give into the attraction between them? Can one ride turn lust into love?

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My Review

This book had pretty much all of the necessary elements to make it a great MC Club romance. There was the Brotherhood, the danger component, a long ride, hot chemistry, and the slow build of love between the main characters. So what didn't I like? The H had sex with another woman after already having had sex with the h. Nope. I couldn't get past it. It niggled at the back of my mind for the rest of the story. So as much as I liked Tripp (and really couldn't care for Doll AT ALL), it was the principal of the matter and it soured my outlook a little bit. Regardless, book one has started this series off to a solid start!

Copy provided in exchange for an honest review

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