Friday, February 21, 2014

Book Review of Ravage Me (Ravage MC #1) by Ryan Michele


After spending the last two years stuck behind bars for a crime she didn’t commit, Harlow ‘Princess’ Gavelson’s time inside has finally come to an end, and she’s ready for revenge. Unfortunately, being the daughter to the Vice President of the Ravage Motorcycle Club cuts into her plans, as orders must be followed. Trying to settle back into this life is proving difficult when the tables are turned and the woman who framed her is out for blood. Lucky for Princess, growing up in a MC has taught her how to hold her own.

After spending years in hell overseas, Donavon ‘Cruz’ came home to lose the very thing he went into hell for, sending him to the darkest moments of his life. Joining Ravage two years ago was his safe haven, and he protects his family at all costs. 

When a dark-haired bombshell struts into the club’s shop, he’s caught off guard but immediately knows she’s the one he’d do anything for. Tough as nails, and taking no crap from anyone, he’s captivated by a woman who could handle this life. Trying to meet the needs of the MC business and follow his heart proves to be difficult when the two collide, and lives are at stake. 

Can these two find a way to be together, or will the needs of Ravage cost them everything, including their lives?

*Contains mature content including, sex and violence. Mature audiences only.*


It's not a secret that I LOVE motorcycle club books. Unfortunately they're usually really bad or really good. I found this new series somewhere in the internet world and I'm so glad I did!

This MC story is completely different from any that I've read before. Mostly because the protagonist is a BAB (bad ass bitch) and I loved her story. The story managed to stay true to the MC world but "Princess" was a totally different puzzle piece in this world.  She is still not treated as an equal in the club but she's pretty close.  The story sucks you in from the beginning and moves at a steady action packed pace through out the entire book. I really enjoyed the character development.  I read some reviews where people complained because it's kind of the opposite development that we are used to with a female protagonist where she starts off kind of "gentle" (I can't think of a better word) and finds herself by turning into a BAB.  This one is more like the opposite of that and that's actually what I loved about it. 

Oh, and Cruz, I have no words for Cruz, just emotions.

My only complaint is that I kind of wish it were longer?  Is that really a complaint? LOL!  I literally couldn't put it down and I devoured it in one sitting.   I love this new MC world and I can't wait to read Casey's story! 
 

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