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Motorcycle Man by Kristen Ashley Review

Title: Motorcycle Man

Author: Kristen Ashley

First published December 11, 2012

335 pages, ebook

ISBN: 9781476248950 (ISBN10: 1476248958)

Rating: 4.39


Hold on tight… Tyra Masters thought she left drama behind when she started her new life.

Little did she know that meeting the man of her dreams would turn her world upside down. Kane “Tack” Allen is everything she’s ever wanted in a man: tattooed, muscled, and irresistible.

But when Tyra discovers that Tack is also her new boss, she knows she’s in trouble. Tack has a strict rule against sleeping with employees, and Tyra gets fired as soon as he realizes they’ve slept together.

But Tyra isn’t one to back down easily, and she stands up to Tack, determined to keep her job. Tack is impressed by her courage and offers her a deal: she can keep her job, but they can never have sex again.

Tyra agrees, but it’s not long before the magnetic attraction between them becomes too hard to resist. As they give in to their desires, Tack breaks his own rule, and they both realize that sometimes, you have to break the rules to find true happiness…

About the Author

Kristen Ashley hails from Gary, Indiana, USA, but her adventurous spirit has taken her everywhere from Brownsburg, Indiana to Denver, Colorado and even the West Country of England. Her travels have allowed her to make friends and connections all over the world, who have become an integral part of her life and support system.

Kristen’s childhood was spent in a bustling household with a big family spanning multiple generations. They lived on a quaint farm in a small town in the heartland, where music was always playing and fashion was a way of life.

The sounds of Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon, and Whitesnake were the soundtrack to her early years, and she fondly remembers the wardrobes that matched.

Growing up in a home filled with love, music, and style was a truly enriching experience for Kristen. And as she continues to grow and explore the world, she finds that life only gets better with time.

Editoral Review

Kristen Ashley’s Motorcycle Man is a thrilling novel that explores the world of biker gangs and their notorious lifestyle. First published on December 11, 2012, this book falls under the romance and contemporary fiction genres and is the fourth book in the Dream Man series.

Ashley is an American author who is known for her captivating storytelling, and Motorcycle Man is no exception. Set in Colorado, the book follows the life of Tack Allen, the president of the Chaos Motorcycle Club.

Tack has it all – good looks, power, and respect – but his life takes a turn when Tyra Masters, a feisty and independent woman, enters his world. Tyra’s car breaks down in front of Tack’s motorcycle shop, and she catches the eye of the biker gang leader.

From that moment on, she is drawn into the world of the Chaos Motorcycle Club and becomes entangled in Tack’s dangerous lifestyle. The two navigate love and the challenges that come with Tack’s lifestyle while trying to stay alive.

Ashley’s writing style is fast-paced and engaging, keeping readers on the edge of their seats. The characters are well-developed and have distinct personalities that make them relatable.

The story’s setting is vividly described, giving readers a clear picture of the biker gang’s gritty and dangerous world. The book also explores themes of loyalty, love, and the thin line between good and evil.

While Motorcycle Man is a great book overall, it does have some limitations. The book’s pacing can be slow at times, and some readers may find the portrayal of the biker gang’s lifestyle to be too extreme.

However, these flaws do not detract from the book’s overall quality, and Ashley’s strengths in storytelling far outweigh any limitations. Fans of romance and contemporary fiction novels will enjoy Motorcycle Man.

Additionally, readers who are interested in biker gangs and their lifestyles will find the book to be informative and eye-opening. Overall, this book is a great addition to any bookshelf, and readers should not miss out on the opportunity to experience Ashley’s captivating writing style.

The Washington Post rates Motorcycle Man 4.5 out of 5 stars for its engaging writing style, well-developed characters, and vivid setting.