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review 2017-04-29 17:04
Book Review for Muerto Night Rebels Motorcycle Club by Chiah Wilder
 
 
 

 

 
 
 


 
Muerto
Night Rebels Motorcycle Club
by Chiah Wilder
 stars
 
Reviewed by: Angels
Format:Kindle
Published: Chiah Wilder/Amazon Digital
Source: ARC
Genre:  MC Romance,Romance,Erotica,
Bad Boys
 

Blurb

From the first time Muerto laid eyes on her, he wanted her on her knees, his hand pulling her long black hair back.

Six feet of muscles and tats make Muerto a magnet for women. Being an officer in the Night Rebels MC is an added bonus. He likes the drama of hooking up with citizen women and the casualness of the club women, but he’s never found a woman who stirs something deep inside him.

Until she comes into the club’s pool hall.
She hustles the customers.
She gives him attitude.
And her smoky gray eyes pull him right in.
He figures he’ll go a couple rounds with her, then move on to the next woman.

The problem is that he can’t get the sassy pool shark out of his mind. And he can’t stop thinking of all the nasty things he wants to do to her.

Raven Harris grew up with pool cues in her hands. She has the game in her blood. Healing from a broken heart, she isn’t interested in meeting another man. 

Then she meets Muerto. He’s sexy, rough, tatted, and arrogant as hell. He screams heartbreaker. Not wanting to do another spin on the heartbreak carousel, she pushes him away. But her body wants him in the worst way.

As Raven begins to let Muerto into her life, someone lurks in the darkness watching her...waiting to strike. And soon she’ll be plunged into a terrifying fight for survival.

Will Muerto be able to stop the madness that threatens to destroy their chance at love and happiness? 

The Night Rebels MC series are standalone gritty romance novels. MUERTO is Book Two in the series. This book contains violence, strong language, sexual assault (not graphic), and steamy/graphic sexual scenes. It describes the life and actions of an outlaw motorcycle club. HEA. No cliffhangers. 18+.

 
 
 
Let's start off by saying this is a brand new author to us and we really enjoyed our first read by them.What a great cast of characters that were a lot of fun.One of the things I loved most about this cast of characters were all there nicknames.
 
Raven and Muerto made the perfect couple.Their chemistry was amazing but what's more their sexual encounters were sensual
sexy and fun.I loved the storyline as it was different than anything that I have read before .Raven and artist as well is a jewelry maker is also pool shark and likes to hustle people for money. Muerto a bada** biker who runs a bar could this couple be anymore different?
 
 
Muerto has always had women falling at his feet but with Raven its going to be a challenge.I loved the cat and mouse game that this couple played with each other.It made for quite a few laughs and smiles.Raven is suffering from heartbreak and betrayal and the last thing she has on her mind is adding another man into her life but her heart and mind are saying no but her body is screaming yes!Fighting this attraction is killing her and yet she is determined not to give in. 
 
I alway pick a favorite character in a story and mine is going to be Raven.I found her to be sexy,smart,daring,confident,funny, snarky,
independent an so much more.I loved her from the onset as she just had a larger than life personality.
 
Muerto on the other had a cocky attitude, was funny,possessive,bossy,protective,sexy as sin and could be deadly when he needed to be.We saw more of his sensitive side when he was dealing with Raven and how he could be patient and kind.I felt that he tried to keep himself in check and tried not to be to dominating in his relationship
with Raven knowing she would not stand for any of that nonsense.I think out of all the characters in this story we saw the most
 growth in his character throughout the story.Being in love changed him for the better yet still maintaining all those other aspects of his personality that made him that sexy cocky biker boy.
 
Love is never easy and their is someone determined to come between this couple and their blooming relationship.I have to say the twist and turns that the story took was so unexpected and full of surprises that I never saw them coming .I love the unexpected in a story its makes for more of an enticing read.
 
 
I loved the story from cover to cover.It was engrossing funny and a page turner that had a fantastic cast of characters that we enjoyed getting to know.I love when you can connect with the characters that you read about and I was able to do that with Muerto and Raven they were such a cute couple and so fun to read about you could not help but love them both.
 
A recommend read to all and looking forward to reading the other books it this MC series.Another great read added to the keeper pile.
 
5 stars from us 
 


 
 
 

About Author

Chiah Wilder is the author of the successful Insurgents MC series.

Chiah's love of bad boys has inspired her Insurgents series. She loves an alpha male whose softer side is brought out by a passionate, spirited woman. Steamy, biker romances with rough, sexy bad boys are her guilty pleasure along with brownies, cheddar cheese, and movie marathons. 

She is busy writing her next book in the series.

Chiah would love to hear from you. You can contact her at: chiahwilder@gmail.com

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review 2016-07-13 00:00
La Soga del muerto
La Soga del muerto - Blanca Álvarez Not bad, but the case became a bit too crazy towards the end.

Longer review soon.
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review 2013-09-16 00:00
Muerto hasta el anochecer - Charlaine Harris Reseña completa en mi blog:
http://drdeadwish.blogspot.com.ar/2013/09/muerto-hasta-el-anochecer-charlaine.html

Más allá del estilo "para chicas" que me desagrada totalmente, no considero que esta sea una novela vacía. Harris ha tratado de desacralizar la imagen del vampiro noble, totalmente irresistible y de nombre rebuscado. Los ha hecho más humanos pero a la vez más predadores. Se intuye además un trasfondo, aunque esta idea puede en mi cabeza puede ser que proceda de las temporadas de la serie que vi. Hace referencia al mundo ya creado por otros autores y no se lo toma tan en serio. Es un avance y el punto más a favor de la obra.
Eso sí, algo que no me puedo tragar es lo del "virus vampírico", la autora no tiene ni la más mínima idea de las formas de contagio de un virus. Tanta gente usando la sangre de vampiro como droga debería infectarse con eso hasta convertirse. Espero que su falta de información viral no le haya causado el padecimiento de alguna venérea.
Volviendo a la novela, Sookie cada tanto tiene algunas reflexiones interesantes, entremezcladas con sus pensamientos triviales. Es más inteligente que su contrapartida de la serie, pero también puede llegar a ser más fría y superficial. Creo que en la serie lograron llenar los huecos argumentales bastante mejor, aunque luego se hayan ido por las ramas para terminar en la cosa amorfa que es hoy.
El final ha sido predecible, haya visto la serie o no.
Voy a pensarlo dos veces antes de leer otro libro de la saga.
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review 2013-05-29 00:00
Muerto para vosotros - Lisa McMann Un 3,5 en realidadMuerto para vosotros es un libro que nos habla sobre un tema muy duro pero que la autora ha sabido llevar y retratar a la perfección. Una novela con un ritmo ágil, que engancha y mantiene al lector intrigado por descubrir si Ethan será capaz o no de integrarse de nuevo a su antigua vida.http://lavidasecretadeloslibros.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/resena-muerto-para-vosotros-lisa-mcmann.html
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review 2012-11-07 00:00
En punto muerto - Charlaine Harris 3.5Empieza sin demasiada emoción y temí que fuera el libro el que estuvera en punto muerto, pero repunta y se vuelve más entretenido, más del estilo de los libros anteriores. Por momentos parece que la historia se pone predecible, pero luego ocurre o se explica algo inesperado que quita esa sensación.Se ve poco a los vampiros en éste libro, me encontré extrañando a Pam y disfrutando sus escasas apariciones. La historia está más centrada en otras de las tantas criaturas no-humanas que han ido apareciendo.Hay mucho humor bastante sutil... y quizás tenga un poco olvidados los 11 libros anteriores, pero me da la sensación de que Sookie se ha vuelto mucho más mordaz y frontal con sus comentarios como narradora. Además que no creo recordar que en los anteriores hubiera expresiones tan descabelladas como:"Por un momento todos miraron con incredulidad a (personaje), como si acabara de anunciar que iba a dar a luz a un canguro."Me gustó. Es un libro divertido, con un desenlace impactante en el que finalmente se empieza a encaminar la historia hacia el que será (aparentemente)el último libro de la serie.
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