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Ryder: An MC Romance

By: Hope Stone
Narrated by: Rebecca Cade,Dwight Kuhlman for HotGhost Productions
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It only took one look from him to take me down. 

I should have just gone back home and played it safe. But, I couldn’t walk away.

None of the Country Club boys I knew had ever made me feel this way. Those eyes…those lips…those hands…I wanted him like I’d never wanted anyone else. My parents would disapprove, but I didn’t care. I’d moved to the bad side of town to make a difference. But I didn’t expect that the one who was going to change would be me.

Ryder was a biker with a chip on his shoulder as big as his tattoo. And I had visions of saving the world. Would I be able to do it?

Or would he end up saving me instead?

©2020 Hope Stone (P)2020 Hope Stone

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  • Miranda Stevenson
  • 09-06-20


I have read and listened to a lot of books over the years and this one by far was one of the hardest books to make it through. I was ok with the female narrator but the male wasn’t very good. Apparently no one in the book has any kind of common sense. The book should not have been written as an MC romance because if any motorcycle club read this they would have huge issues with almost every aspect of this book. You would turn to your brothers for help not go off cowboy on your own and get your ass whooped. Both main characters act so helpless at times and don’t think through any of their actions. The female had chances to get away and clearly states she didn’t even take a chance to get away. I just feel this book makes women seem so weak and the hero seems more like a dumb jock than an MC Hero..... Please do better research before writing anymore MC books and pick a better narrator.

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