Review: Ryder by S. Nelson

Ryder by S Nelson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Standalone - Knights Corruption MC Series #5
Release - June 9, 2017
Genre - Contemporary MC Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 4 out of 5
Length - 264 pages

If secrets fester long enough they will devour a person’s soul, leaving them black and dying on the inside, blocking the smallest glimpse of healing light.

With steadfast focus, Ryder Casteel immerses himself in the club, working tirelessly alongside his brothers of the Knights Corruption to figure out how to end the war with the Savage Reapers once and for all. The last thing he needs is the distraction of a feisty blonde.

Her sassy mouth intrigues him.

Her willingness to go toe-to-toe ignites the fire inside.

But when his nightmares suddenly return, he’s forced to reveal his secret.

A tragedy that happened many years ago, eventually shaping the man he became.

Braylen Prescott lives a charmed life. She’s happy. Content. Then in the blink of an eye, her world changes when a gorgeous biker captures her interest.

He’s blunt.

He’s crass.

He renders her speechless.

But is the imminent danger surrounding him worth losing everything?

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MY REVIEW

Have I ever told you how much I adore a tortured hero? If done right, he has the ability to earn a stellar rating, hence the perfect stars of my review. This author gave me torment, anguish and angst with her character, Ryder, and his journey to finding peace, even with Braylen, was a joy to read.

I've really enjoyed this series and the end of this particular book pushed this from a 4 to a 5-star read. Who doesn't love an extended epilogue? One of the things I loved most about these books is that although each man was different and beautiful and full of pain in their own individual ways, the underlying theme was love and unexpected romance.

It's always hard to reach the end of a series, but this one story gave all of these characters a magnificent ending.

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