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Stuck in a colorless world, Tyra Masters decides to chuck her old life and starts searching for something. She doesn’t know what it is until she meets her dream man. The goateed, tattooed, muscled, gravelly voiced motorcycle man who plies her with tequila and gives her the best sex of her life. But she knows it isn’t the tequila and sex talking. He’s it. He’s who she’s been daydreaming about since she could remember.
Until he makes it clear she isn’t who he’s looking for.
Tyra slinks away from his bed, humiliated. The problem is, he’s her new boss. She just may or may not have forgotten to tell him that part.
Kane “Tack” Allen has a rule. He doesn’t employ someone he’s slept with. And he lets Tyra know that in his motorcycle man way. Tyra fights for her job and wins it using sass and a technicality. Tack challenges her that if she hits his bed one more time, she loses her job.
Tyra is determined to keep her job and keep away from Tack. But she makes a big mistake. During their head-to-heads, she lets it all hang out and shows Tack she is who he’s looking for. And Tack has had a good woman slip through his fingers, he’s not about to let that happen again.
Although Tack colors Tyra’s world with a vibrancy that’s blinding, being with him means she has to live in his Motorcycle Club world. Full on, no holds barred. And since Tack’s world, not to mention Tack, is a little scary, Tyra isn’t so sure.
It’s Tack’s job to convince her.
I have read 12 books by Kristen Ashley this year and have loved every one of the men – until now. This story is about Tack Allen, who we saw glimpses of in the previous books in this series. I have to say, Tack was a jerk. A major jerk. He became less of a jerk toward the end of this book, but not enough for me to like him.
Tyra was a very likable character. She was funny and loyal, and was great with Tack’s kids.
I’m disappointed in the finale of this series, especially after the previous three men (Hawk, Brock and Mitch) were all such incredible guys. Tack just didn’t do it for me. I didn’t like the way he talked (the c-word was used a lot in this book, both to describe people and body parts, and I hate that word), and he treated Tyra like shit, a lot.
Tack’s kids play a role in this book, and a new series by KA stars his daughter, Tabby, which I am excited to read.
This book just didn’t do it for me.
Read it, since it’s the last book of the series.