- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 395.0 KB
- Print Length: 268 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1979651485
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Laramie Briscoe Books (21 Oct. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074D2TF7R
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,612 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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MC presidents daughter Tatem has had feelings for Biker Remy for years. After Tatem makes a massive mistake they have an argument that results in them not even speaking to each other. Tatem feelings haven't gone away. She may be young but she knows how she feels.
Remy has had a troubled childhood and he's still dealing with the effects as a man. When young Tatem pushes for more than he can give, his actions lead to him pushing Tatem away. I loved Remy. He's not in your face alpha. He's not your usual bossy biker. There's a softness to him that drew me in. Finally realising how much Tatem means to him, he sets out to win her over.
I loved Remy and Tatem. Neither of them is the innocent party. They've both made mistakes and had time to mature in the time they've been apart.
I really enjoyed Hurricane. I loved the Heavens Hill series and even though old characters feature in this book, you do NOT need to have read the previous books as this focuses more on the kids and you get all the information you need so you don't feel as if your missing out on anything (it's been 3 years since I read them so I'd pretty much forgotten all the details anyway like who was who). A really great start to a new series and I can't wait for more, especially from Addie. That girls keeping secrets and I'm desperate to hear them.
I don't get to say that often about an MC read but it was, Remy and Tatum have a second chance at love and with writing each other poems and heart to heart moments Hurricane didn't feel like an MC book at all.
A year ago Remy and Tatum had a chance to follow through on their attraction to each other and Remy pushed her away claiming she was too young you get the story as the characters reflect on the mistakes they made a year ago. Tatum in her own way made a mistake trying to prove a point and neither have spoken to each other since.
The whole plot felt a little backwards, I would of liked the getting to know each other stages and the angst and the fall out for added drama then the reconciliation but Hurricane begins at the reconciliation and Tate and Remy agreeing to forgive and try to make it work which is something a story normally builds up to.
I found the part about what Tate did, her mistake to prove a point repetitive it was brought up to many times.
I didn't find this book an eager page turner, there wasn't enough angst or drama for me and I got bored but I did find the authors writing easy to follow, the sex scenes well writen too so will have to try another book in the series, this one being my first by Laramie Briscoe.
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Tatum is young but she knows her own mind and she knows who she wants. Remy pushed her away once but has regretted it ever since. I loved seeing these two connect and grow from being best friends to not speaking to then letting their relationship develop and go further. Their poems were brilliant and had me giggling.
Laramie has a writing style that grips the reader and I felt like I was in the story and I was rooting for Remy and Tatum the whole story.
The only part of the story that I felt let it down, only because I was waiting on it happening, was Remy going back on his word and almost throwing everything they had worked for away in order to protect Tatum. He didn’t need to do it and I was felt it was obvious that it was going to happen. I didn’t enjoy the story any less because of it though and can’t wait for the next instalment.
The way Remington "Remy" Sawyer cornered Tatum Saywer in getting back together was epic. They were undoubtedly meant for each other. I thought it was touching the way Remy went and talked to Tatum's dad about being able to date her. Her dad was President of the MC and Remy felt he need his permission.
Even though this bookis part of a series; it can be read as a standalone. This is the fourth book I have read from Laramie Briscoe and I look forward to reading more.
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