Thank you very much to Veronica @ L Woods PR and Janine Infante Bosco for providing a copy of the book to [K]
The review below is 100% honest and all of her own views.
They’re called one-night stands for a reason. If you’re lucky, there’s a lot of mind-blowing sex and then you never have to see or speak to the person again. It’s fun and uncomplicated. In my case, Bash hightailed it to the airport the next morning so I definitely never expected to run into the former prospect for the Charon MC again. But when his mother passed, he dragged his pipes all the way from Texas to New York, and now he’s crashing at the Satan’s Knights clubhouse. Which also happens to be where I work and the scene of our one-night crime. If I thought forgetting the orgasm champ was hard before, it just became damn impossible.
Grief can shake a man, make him question his whole damn life and have him taking chances he never thought he’d take. Chances like moving to Staten Island, New York. Chances like prospecting for a new club. Chances like being around a certain fiery bartender who has been in my head since we shared one incredible night. Even though I should be completely focused on earning my colors, there’s a part of me that wants to chance chasing Lydia Gallo for more than one night. I want to break down her walls and uncover every one of her secrets…patch be damned.
*Editorial note: Shifting Gears is the first book in the Satan’s Knights Prospect Trilogy and is a spin-off from Khloe Wren’s Charon MC universe. It can be read and enjoyed as a standalone.*
Bash decides given his current circumstances he will have a change of scenery going back up North to see how he fits with the Satan’s Knights. He knows them after he was sent there by his previous MC club helping them with an issue and it was there where he met Lydia.
Lydia just wanted a one night stand, she never expected to see Bash again, and now it is looking like he will be around for a while things could get awkward as she was never and still isn’t looking for a relationship.
We first meet Bash and Lydia in Losing Bash, and it just gets better from there. We learnt about Bash’s background previously and in this book it is Lydia’s turn. The more of her past that is revealed it shows what a strong and independent character she has had to become. I love the chemistry between the two, and the wealth of characters that are introduced along with them.
After reading Losing Bash I jumped at the chance of reading this book. Whilst it can be read as a standalone I do recommend reading the previous book to get the full experience.
I am definitely finding this an addictive series!
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To see [K]’s review of Losing Bash, please click here: Losing Bash