his life was perfect. He was living the life of the lieutenant of The Last Riders,
and had women at his beck and call. The only thing he saw himself settling down
with in the future was a twelve pack; certainly not Rachel Porter, who was on
his short no fuck list. Hell, she wasn’t even his type—her tits were too small,
and her mean mouth could shrivel a man’s dick. How was he supposed to know she
was special and worth putting up with those weed-producing hillbillies? Or was
watching Cash break one woman’s heart after another. He was everything she
shouldn’t want; a bad boy biker with enough sex appeal to make any woman want a
night in his bed. Even her. Heck, he wasn’t even her type—he didn’t know when
to keep his mouth shut, and he lived in a sex club. How was she supposed to
know that he was special and worth putting up with the biker wars and biker
bitches? Or was he?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Cash enjoyed his position in the Last Riders Motorcycle Club and the benefits that come with it. The endless supply of women and his close family like relationships with the other member was all Cash needed in this life. After one night with Rachel all that changed. To Rachel it was everything she had been dreaming about since she first met him. To Cash it should have been just another night with another girl but he couldn’t get her off his mind. Not sure how Rachel would fit into his life with the club and the rules he lived by Cash made the mistake of walking away. When Rachel realized nothing was going to happen between her and Cash she gives up on that dream. When problems arise and someone gets hurt, Cash realizes he cannot live without her in his life and sets out to win her back at any cost. This was another amazing book by Jamie Begley. Each book in this series is like visiting with old friends and family. There are glimpse into previous storylines that seem to continue and makes you want to be part of the Last Riders club. I can’t wait until the next book is released and the next one after that and so on until there’s no one left to write about. This review was provided for Sexy Ways of Reading
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Cash is a badass biker. Rachel is as sweet as southern sweet tea. Together they are the odd couple but the Jamie writes their yin and yang very well.
This is the fifth (5) book in The Last Riders series and Jamie provides readers with enough background history to ensure that you can follow Cash’s and Rachel’s story.
The story opens with Cash trying to get some pussy but he is cock blocked by the Porter brothers. Which is really funny. Cash decides he will ruffle some Porter Brother feathers by spending time with Rachel, their sister.
Cash is a member of The Last Riders motorcycle club. Prior to joining the MC, he has been a loner. The more I read about him, I realize that he has no emotional connection with anyone outside of the MC.
This changes when Cash sees Rachel again since he has returned.
Rachel is a novice and wholesome. She is patient and kind. She tolerates her brother’s and their foolish but loves them so much.
Rachel has loved Cash since she was young. When Cash starts to pay attention to Rachel. The feelings that she begins to have deviously wet feelings for him (wagging my eyebrows) and this is unfamiliar to her. She is not use to that kind of attention from man. The love that Rachel has for family, passion and community is the same that wants to convey to Cash. Will Cash be receptive to her love, is he worthy of her? Can he be emotionally available to her?
I love MC’s and this book was something new for me. The theme of book was not at all what I thought but how the author integrated this into the story line was fantastic.
My review has to be limited because; just the littlest of information will give this great story away. I can say the sex is good in the book. It is just enough to keep you wiggling in your seat.
This is the first book I read in the series but I was not lost at all. That is a great author. She gave me enough back-story of the previous books, to feel comfortable with the flow of Cash’s book.
Reviewer with Sexways of Reading
“I was born in a small town in Kentucky. My family began poor, but worked their way to owning a restaurant. My mother was one of the best cooks I have ever known, and she instilled in all her children the value of hard work, and education.
Taking after my mother, I’ve always love to cook, and became pretty good if I do say so myself. I love to experiment and my unfortunate family has suffered through many. They now have learned to steer clear of those dishes. I absolutely love the holidays and my family puts up with my zany decorations.
For now, my days are spent writing, writing, and writing. I have two children who both graduate this year from college. My daughter does my book covers, and my son just tries not to blush when someone asks him about my books.
Currently I am writing four series of books- The Last Riders, The Dark Souls, The VIP Room, and Biker Bitches series. My favorite book I have written is Soul Of A Woman, which I am hoping to release during the summer of 2014. It took me two years to write, during which I lost my mother, and brother. It’s a book that I truly feel captures the true depths of love a woman can hold for a man. In case you haven’t figured it out yet, I am an emotional writer who wants the readers to feel the emotion of the characters they are reading. Because of this, Teased is probably the hardest thing I have written.
All my books are written for one purpose- the enjoyment others find in them, and the expectations of my fans that inspire me to give it my best. In the near future I hope to take a weekend break and visit Vegas that will hopefully be this summer. Right now I am typing away on my next story and looking forward to traveling this summer!”
Cathryn Williams is the oldest and only female in a family of four children. While born on the east coast, she has lived all over the country. Her father’s job as an engineer caused the family to move throughout her entire youth. She has spent time in Texas, Idaho, and Nevada before moving back to the eastern part of the country as an adult.
It was during these early years that her love of literature began, starting with Nancy Drew and growing with the Sweet Valley High series stories. This passion grew with each book and has caused her to transition into writing her own stories. Cathryn’s inspiration stems from a diverse childhood, loving family, and oversized lapdog Scarlet. When not giving life to her characters, she enjoys traveling, marathoning TV shows, and spending time with her family.