Review: Breaking the Rules by Lexie Davis

January 05, 2017

Breaking the Rules by Lexie Davis
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Standalone - Roaming Devils MC #1
Release: August 30, 2016
Length: 212 pages

It feels so good to be bad...and Ryker Dennison is just that—a bad boy biker who is working his way up to the President position of the Roaming Devils Motorcycle Club. He plays by his own rules, and the club comes first, until she comes back into his life.

Ella Hawkins has loved Ryker since high school, even though the sexy doctor knows it's hopeless. She knows Ryker hasn't forgotten the part she played in his arrest or the fact that her father is a cop. But when Ella gets into more trouble than she can handle, there's only one man who can help her. Ryker will break every rule in the book to save her. Will it be enough?

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I've read quite a few MC Club romance novels, but this one was a little bit different for me. I think it's because the emphasis was placed equally on both the Club and on the romance, not one more than the other.

Ryker and Ella knew each other since they were 15, going to the same high school. They were crushing pretty hard but didn't do anything about it. Several years later they reconnect, but before they could "complete their transaction", her father arrests Ryker and he's sent to prison. Fast forward to the present and Ella comes begging for Ryker's help to rescue her dad from a rival Club. They once again reconnect and sexy times commenced almost immediately. There was a lot of push and pull, way too many "I love you/I hate you" moments, and this occurred almost from the start. The rest of the book is about this couple trying to find a way to be together, Ryker battling against addiction and his evil father (the Prez), and the two of them coming to terms with what their future may hold. Can the good girl and the bad boy find their HEA?

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