Author: Adrienne Wilder
Release Date: June 15, 2017
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 319
Reviewed by: Renée
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 2 stars out of 5
Andrew Atler has learned the hard way, fiction is far better than real life. In his romance novels the world is safe, predictable, and there is always a happy ending. Best of all, he can safely fall in love and the person will never know. There he can weave a tale of perfect passion plus pay the bills.
Matt Grim flies the colors of Hell’s Legion. When he’s not riding his chopper, he’s working as a bouncer for the Six. Matt’s life consists of drinking, playing in a band, and burning the midnight oil in the dungeon. He lives hard, plays hard, and rides even harder.
Two people who would never be a part of the same EPIC love story.
But sometimes those fairy tale clichés have a way of working magic.
And sometimes…sometimes those happy endings do come true.
I’m not sure what I just read. This is definitely not the Adrienne Wilder that I’m used to.
Andrew is the biggest doormat I’ve read in years, he cried no less than every chapter, and he was just downright pathetic.
Matt is marginally more likeable, though he fell into insta-like (love) way too soon with only telling instead of showing.
These MCs were completely two-dimensional, completely clichéd, and downright cringe-worthy.
Even the sex couldn’t save this one. The only reason it gets two stars instead of one is because I finished it….barely.