Purchased: Kindle – $3.99
My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
What’s It All About:
“Chayse McCade learned along time ago that the only person she can depend on, both on and off the motocross track, is herself. Her parents disappointed her on more than one occasion and every relationship she’s ever had—platonic, professional, or romantic—has ended in disaster. When a sponsorship offer from Throttled Energy comes along she worries that it’s too good to be true. Especially when she meets the know-it-all riding coach they are insisting she work with.
Hoyt Travers is a lot of things. Level headed, discerning, intelligent, patient, or so he thought. That is until his new riding student rolled into his life. She’s wild, unpredictable, and gorgeous—all of which she uses to get under his skin in every possible way.
The two of them have undeniable, explosive chemistry that threatens to burn both of their dreams to the ground. Once Chayse lets Hoyt in, she can’t seem to keep her protective walls up anymore. Too bad there’s a hard rule about them being anything more than colleagues. Hoyt never steps outside the lines but Chayse will push him in more ways than one. Lines will be irrevocably blurred in the final installment of the Wild Riders series.”
Description taken from Amazon.
The Best Parts:
Whoa. That is what I have to say about this book. It is very different from the first two as it has a struggling romance instead of a blossoming one. It made it more thrilling to read because you just don’t know what is going to happen next.
The relationship between Chayse and Hoyt has it’s up and down, but the love for Motocross never fades between them. It becomes almost mutual their love for not just each other, but for what drives them both. They both would sacrifice their careers for each other and what they want to build together. Now with this being said that doesn’t mean that Chayse is the type of girl to just throw it all away, but she will fight for what she wants, just like she fought for her chance at Motocross.
P.s. – The sex. Phenomenal! Like so much freaking tension and the fact that Hoyt finally loses control, but then regains it has total alpha male written all over it.
The Worst Parts:
I was kind of sad that the wedding for Georgia and Brett was kind of looked over, but the epilogue did do justice for them, so I guess I’ll be ok lol.
Also, I LOVED Link. Like can I have him? Perfect friends and even is flirty, but is dedicated to his job and wanting to better himself. Is he real? No, because he is a fictional character, but seriously is he real?
This was a great way to end the Wild Riders series and boy has it been a wild ride. It wasn’t jsut so much that characters popped up in each other books, but that they were intertwined and that the story link form the first book with Brett’s accident travel through all three book and even gets a conclusion. Get story telling here folks.