Stone is attempting to find the perfect woman to be the face of his company. He doesn’t want just any model. He wants an authentic biker chick. He has a specific woman in mind but doesn’t think she’ll take on the project. When the one who does accept, breaks her leg, he discovers that his original lady has done a similar job in the past. He decides to try to talk her into it.
I really enjoyed this story. Had I known that it was a book 6, I’d of tracked down and bought the first 5 before listening to it. I was already too deep into the book before I discovered it, though. It’s probably for the best. My book allowance is nonexistent these days. Considering how this story played out, it seems like the series is a stand-alone series that can be read out of order. It’s just that I’m the type that reads series in order regardless of if they are stand-alone or not.
The characters were pretty amazing. It focuses the attention on Stone and Whiskey. For obvious reasons as they are the main part and point of the story. I just kind of wish that some of the background characters had a bit more of a highlighting role in the story. Sometimes I got a little confused with who was who and where they belonged. Not too often though. Thank goodness.
I really enjoyed the narrators. I am not sure if I’ve ever listened to anything from Devra Woodward before. I am willing to listen to other audiobooks by her though. I have listened to Aiden Snow before. He’s a very delightful listen. I plan to listen to more of his in the future. He’s got this really soothing voice.
I really enjoyed this story despite not being able to read the first 5 books that were before it. It was hilarious and glorious. I wound up giving it a 4 out of 5-star rating. I’d of given it full 5 stars, but I felt like some of the major points of the story were overlooked and rushed over. It didn’t ruin the story, but it did leave some questions unanswered.