Top positive review
Crash & His Princess
on 9 April 2017
I swear I’m smitten with Crash but Cole’s still my favourite Evil Dead character from the first book in the series. This story follows rich girl Shannon when she turns to the mc for protection, having been rescued by them a few years before in Outlaw’s book. She meets and clashes with Crash the bad boy biker in the Evil Dead mc so a hate relationship falls into place. Attraction between Shannon and Crash is evident but she makes it obvious that he is beneath her. Crash being such a gentleman offers to babysit Shannon whilst the club protect her, and in that he takes advantage and delights in making the spoilt princess suffer by bringing her down to earth as to how real people live.
I had so much fun reading this and seeing how Crash and Shannon fought battles about their values, their different way of life, seeing how undomesticated Shannon was and how Crash would taunt and tease her along with his mc brothers. I loved them together as a couple they were sexy, hot, loveable, entertaining, passionate and adorable. Individually Crash was sweet, gentle, loving, passionate, possessive, jealous, edgy when pushed and sexy, whilst Shannon was feisty, independent, judgemental, spoilt but when her walls came down she was sweet, compassionate, loveable, caring and vulnerable.
I laughed out loud at so many scenes as I read this book and my favourite ones are with Shannon in the red dress, when her and Crash were in the company of the other Evil Dead brothers; Cole, Wolf, Green and Red Dog, and the best of all is the scene at the Reno brothel, Nicole James knows how to write humour and I was in stitches!
There’s plenty of action in this with the brothers hitting the freeway to Reno and pit stops at other charters, whilst also delivering angst, sexy times under the sheets, cage fighting, bad ass possessive alpha males together ribbing each other and times of heartache, pain and loss.