Review: MOTORHEAD by Lauren Landish

November 24, 2017


Jerk. Angry bastard. That’s how people describe me. Everyone in this small town knows to steer clear of me.

Thing is, they don’t know me. They don’t know what I’ve seen, what I’ve done. So I’ve learned to put up a shield to protect both me and them. When everything gets to be too much, I escape on my beloved Harley, the wind in my face calming my soul.

But my new neighbor hasn’t gotten the memo about me. She’s a walking, talking firecracker, and I can’t help but imagine what that feistiness is like in bed. She’s full of dangerous curves and a smart mouth that draws me to her like nothing I’ve ever felt.

We couldn’t be more different. I’m a grumpy asshole and she’s a sassy princess, but somehow, she sees through me and our spark is undeniable.

The question is… will we light up like pretty fireworks or a devastating explosion?

I should warn her that’s she’s not safe with me, but I’m tempted to take her for a ride.

A ride neither of us will ever forget.

Motorhead is a full-length Romance with an HEA, no cheating, and no cliffhanger!


My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think this was my favorite book by Lauren Landish yet because I loved Motorhead so much!! Evan really was a jerk. An angry man, embittered by war, suffering from survivor’s guilt. He’s completely closed himself off from everyone, including his loving brother. No one understands him. No one can handle him. When things get to be too much, he just hops on his Harley to clear his mind. Hey, who the heck is that fine piece of sass moving in across the street? I want her but I don’t want to destroy her. Must stay away.

McKayla moves to town with her BFF Brad to open up their own salon. Taking their Hollywood skills with them, they’re embarking on a new adventure and hoping it will pay off in the town their falling in love with. But oh ho ho… who’s that scrumptious piece of man meat over there across the street? Why it’s the most brooding and temperamental man she’s ever met. He thinks he can put her off? He has no clue what she has in store for him because this girl doesn’t give up on what she wants most. And she definitely wants Evan.

Loved these characters. While McKayla was light and easy to understand, Evan was a beast in need of conquering. His demons were fierce and I believe the author did an amazing job of illustrating them as realistically as possible. It wasn’t hard to get inside his head. It also wasn’t pretty. I loved the push and pull between these two and I really enjoyed watching Evan succumb to the awesomeness of McKayla’s character. These two couldn’t be more different, but they most definitely worked. With a bit of suspense thrown in, this story turned out to be quite the entertaining read. I wonder if Evan’s brother, TJ, will be getting his own book too?

Release Date: November 8, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Heat: 4 out of 5
Type: Standalone with character crossover

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