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Sweet Perdition (Four Horsemen MC Book 1) by [Rayne, Cynthia]
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4.0 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
Book 1 of 8 in Four Horsemen MC (8 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 436 KB
  • Print Length: 132 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Snippy and Snarky Ink (2 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LI5X2QA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,446 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I got this for free, not sure if it was a short time offer. But not a bad story line with fun characters. Elizabeth the female lead has a strong personality through most of the story.
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Ryker doesn't do relationships he's more a one nighter, until he meets Elizabeth. But can she handle his lifestyle with the MC or will she get her man?
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Elizabeth is having a bad day, in fact she's having a bad day to rival all her other bad days and she needs a drink, she's dressed in barbie pink after attending the wedding of her best friend and her, yes her ex-boyfriend, so the too nice and usually too good, quiet librarian is sat in a rough biker bar knocking back the drinks, I mean, as if the wedding wasn't bad enough it was dry, she didn't even have the luxury of alcohol to help her through.
At this bar 'Perdition' she meets Ryker, now Ryker's a member of the Four Hoursemen MC and he's used to a whole different set of woman, more loose, easy and well, skanky, which makes Elizabeth a complete change and he's intrigued by her.
I liked that they were so different and Elizabeth, apart from her appalling previous taste in men, namely Carl, was great, well initially she was great she kind of lost herself in places, I didn't like the part where she goes to the bar, you'll know the part when you get there if you read this book and I have to say the only thing that saved this for me was the dual POV's because while Ryker was being a complete dick we have the benefit, well maybe benefit stretching it a bit I mean I'm not arguing that he's an idiot at times but we know he's, in his own way just trying to save face I just wish all that s*** wouldn't pour out of his mouth when we know he doesn't mean it. Ok, I know I'm rambling but as a biker reading woman I always feel predisposed to forgive the hot guy that means well but has had a hard life that's made him this way and all he needs is the love of a good woman, I know I know I'm setting women's right back, but we know what to expect from MC books and if we didn't like this type of man we wouldn't read these books.
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It has been, what seems like ages since I read an MC book. At least an MC book that is good! Seems like people are writing bikers like they were all writing Vampires 5 years ago!

Saying that though, I really loved this book.

We have Ryker, Elizabeth, AKA Pinky, and not forgetting Lucy!

And I never ever say this, EVER! But I loved the heroine Elizabeth more then the hero Ryker! That never happens for me. I loved Ryker too, in all his ott male dumbassness, but Pinky, I adored! She stood up for herself, took no crap, was feisty and fun.

Banter between the two was great. I loved how they related to each other, and yes Ryker had some pretty dumb moments, he went down fighting at first, but he soon got over it!

The suspense and drama could have maybe been dragged out a touch more, it just seemed to have come out of the blue, and get resolved quickly. I also expected her best friend to make an appearance at some point, but she did not.

When at 85% on my kindle I turned the page and got an epilogue, I was slightly thrown and disappointed, but then I wanted more Ryker and Pinky!

Some very intriguing secondary characters that I really hope get their own book. I am very intrigued by Shepherd and it will be interesting to see if and how she handles his book.

And I know, I recently majorly ranted over a book and the way every other woman in the book, bar the heroine is portrayed as a slut - and yes this is an MC book.
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4 of 5 stars

Sweet Perdition is book 1 of a 4 book series (four horseman MC)
Book 1 in the series is about opposites attracting and if completely opposites can have a HEA.
Elizabeth is a good girl Liberian. She's sweet, innocent and inexperienced. Elizabeth ends up at the local biker bar, Perdition, drinking her troubles away. Ryker is a local biker hanging out in the bar. He sees Elizabeth and sees sleeping with a prim and proper women a challenge, as he's used to women throwing themselves at him.
Elizabeth and Ryker end up having a one night stand, but the morning after Ryker has feelings for Elizabeth that he doesn't understand or know how to deal with,
I liked both Ryker and Elizabeth. They are complete opposites in every way which I liked.
Ryker was a "hot biker" who really liked to act tough. Unfortunately I didn't buy in to his "tough" act. And didn't feel he came close to some men in other MC books I've read. His character was quite weak unfortunately.
Elizabeth was sweet and likeable. I really liked her sweet nature and innocence throughout.
The story and romance between the 2 people were very fast paced. I really would of liked a longer build up with their relationship and more push and pull between them both.
As the book wasn't very long I felt it could of been padded out with a longer build up to create more tension and give you more time to connect with the characters.
Overall I enjoyed the book. I'll read the next book in the series . I just feel there's stronger MC books out there.

**reviewed on behalf of Two Ordinary Girls And Their Books**
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