ARC Review: Shade’s Lady by Joanna Wylde

Shade’s Lady

Joanna Wylde

Reaper’s MC Series

1001 Dark Nights

Kindle Edition, 120 pages

Published March 14th 2017 by Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated

New York Times bestselling author Joanna Wylde returns to the world of the Reapers Motorcycle Club…

Looking back, none of this would’ve happened if I hadn’t dropped my phone in the toilet. I mean, I could’ve walked away from him if I’d had it with me.
Or maybe not.
Maybe it was all over the first time he saw me, and he would’ve found another way. Probably—if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that Shade always gets what he wants, and apparently he wanted me.
Right from the first.

 

 

 

 

5 Stars

 

 Joanna Wylde takes readers on a full throttle ride. 
Mandy is strong, highly independent, laugh out loud funny and a touch of bat sh*t crazy. She carries a strong distrust in men. Fun is ok, but relationships are a no. Her loyalty to family rivals that of even the Reapers. Mandy’s feisty and her personality shines. Her inner thoughts will are insanely comical. Mandy is one of my favorite female characters that Ms. Wylde written. I loved Mandy. 
Shade is bold, demanding and oh my god, my jaw just hit the floor sexy. The Reaper’s national president is rough, rugged and all alpha. He doesn’t ask, he commands. Shade is a man of actions and few words. Under his intimidating and swoon worthy exterior, Shade has a caring heart that not many see. Shade surprise me in many ways. I truly didn’t think I was going like him as much as I do. 
Flippin Fantastic! Shade and Mandy take sexual tension and chemistry it a new level. Their banter is tear worthy funny at times and the passion is so hot, be on the watch for a fire. Actions and emotions are perfectly portrayed through each event within this quick moving storyline. Many humorous moments with the right amount of drama and great characters make Shade’s Lady a very memorable read in the Reaper’s MC world. 

A copy of this title was provided for review.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on March 14, 2017, in ARC, Review and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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