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Reaper's Fire Audio CD – 29 November 2016
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- Publisher : Tantor Media Inc; Unabridged edition (29 November 2016)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1515913368
- ISBN-13 : 978-1515913368
- Dimensions : 16.26 x 2.79 x 13.46 cm
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I also didn't like the overuse of the c-word by the H. Yeah, I know it's an MC book. I've read quite a few, and I accept this kind of language in context. But somehow Gage seemed particularly foul-mouthed - unpleasantly so, in fact. This annoyed me, where in other MC books I probably hardly even noticed it.
Overall, I was disappointed. I will purchase Ms Wylde's future books because I know she can write. e.g. I really like Reaper's Stand, and Picnic and London from that book are terrific characters. Hopefully this book was just a one-off dud.
Tinker was a great character and i am glad that she had her own story. Gage was great. A little dirty, unwillingly sweet, confused and a great lead who knew what he wanted in the long run.
The couple fought, bickered and the tension was hot and steamy and well worth the wait. That was something the book did not lack in. The chemistry between the two played out perfectly and it all lead to a great reward. I wouldn't call it a slow burn as such but it was lengthy and emotional.
The supporting characters all played a roll. Some where lovable and created a nice change of dynamics, others you want to stab but they all played their part in the story and made it character strong.
Overall i still enjoyed the book, the writing and the characters. It was well written and structured, solid foundations for a great novel by a talented writer. Perhaps just missing the danger or suspense the other novels offer, the clock didn't seem to tick on this novel as with the others and that is why i think its a 3.5 star read. Still one of the better written Motorcycle club reads you'll find out there and a great addition to the series, but on its own it lacks a little.
The main plot had two ongoing issues: a major tussle with the Nighthawk Raiders and Gage and Tinker's relationship. Intertwined throughout were many subplots that occasionally overshadowed and crowded the story.
What I liked most about Reaper's Fire was the dialogue between the various combinations of characters - the conversations were funny at times, communicative, insightful and always natural (never forced). In addition, both Gage and Tinker's inner voices revealed details of how they really felt about each other...tantalising! I also liked how Joanna achieved good character development through imagery and descriptions - alpha, predatory, handsome Gage and stunning, curvaceous, open-hearted Tinker. (The secondary characters were well-defined, too.) Lastly, I liked how Gage and Tinker were fallible and grew to love each other deeply as well as passionately.
This book was a good read in it's genre. If you've followed the series so far you'll enjoy Reaper's Fire. There are a couple of threads left dangling for another installment in the future, too.
I have been waiting patiently and quietly for Gage's story, he was a quiet yet dominate character in the series and his story just blew me away. He does so much for his brother's and his club, and I am so glad he won out in the end.
All the old ladies are classy but Tinker is a whole lot more classy, in my mind she is up there with the the likes of Marilyn Monroe. I couldn't put this book down.
With the support of the Reapers and Best friend you can't go wrong, this book has a bit of everything thrown in, loved it couldn't put it down.
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Gage (Cooper) isn't quite what you expect, or at least I didn't, he's on a mission for the Reapers that he takes seriously, a bit too seriously in fact. He's hanging around the Nighthawks who are a Reapers support club. Their president is a psychopath called Marsh and his equally lovely sister Talia is Gage's way into the club. He meets Tinker with whom he has an immediate connection but he can't get involved with. The rest follows.
There are some great parts and one of them is tackling the issues and horrors of the real life wildfires that happened where the story is set. So scary and so sad.
There are some tiny parts that aren't quite resolved, I kept wondering what had happened and wanted to know. There are also some that, in my mind, would have been a little more satisfactory and reassuring for people in a similar position. Sorry for being obtuse but I don't want to give storylines away.
It's an expensive book but worth buying, especially if you've read the others, although it is quite different to them as its a different setting.
These men are completely hardcore Alpha Males and when they fall in love with a woman, they fall hard. They will do whatever it takes to get the woman and Gage was no exception. One thing I was a little disappointed with was that there wasn't more down and dirty. For Gage's story it was a little tame.
Overall though I really enjoyed this installment in the Reaper's Series. And really hope there is more to come.
I did really care for Gage in the other Reapers books but he really grew on me, I really really siding like Tallia&Marsh they were plain evil
I adored Tinker Garrett and her friend Carrie they were brilliant and made me enjoy the book more and her dad Tom and Mary is a geg
This story really was well written and I connected with most of the characters and storyline it's was like its wasn't fiction and it could of happened and I know the events had been from real life like the fires and evacuations from homes
If I could I'd give ten stars for this book
Talia, was just a mad bitch who was asking for a life lesson. At one point I was convinced she was behind the MC throne not her waste is space brother. She vanished, where? what about the Canadians they were left in the dust. What about her divorce and her industrial kitchen and the lies hubby continued to blurt.
See too many unanswered questions for me!!