It’s time for more men and motorcycles in the latest from theNew York Times bestselling author of Reaper’s Fall

The club comes first.

I’ve lived by those words my whole life—assumed I’d die by them, too, and I never had a problem with that. My Reaper brothers took my back and I took theirs and it was enough. Then I met her. Tinker Garrett. She’s beautiful, she’s loyal, and she works so damned hard it scares me sometimes . . . She deserves a good man—one better than me. I can’t take her yet because the club still needs me. There’s another woman, another job, another fight just ahead.

Now she’ll learn I’ve been lying to her all along. None of it’s real. Not my name, not my job, not even the clothes I wear. She thinks I’m nice. She pretends we’re just friends, that I’ve still got a soul . . . Mine’s been dead for years. Now I’m on fire for this woman, and a man can only burn for so long before he destroys everything around him.

I’m coming for you, Tinker.



Reapers MC is without a doubt my top favourite biker series, every single book makes me eager to read more about all the different characters within, and Gage’s book has been quite highly anticipated for me.

Gage has been running the club’s strip club for years now, with access to as many ladies as he can get his hands on, he can be described as a ladies man, but he’s not getting any younger and is keen to leave that chapter of his life behind.

“Yes, I’d been sick of managing the Reapers MC’s strip club and I’d wanted a change of pace. But I’d also wanted to leave the crazy bitch-drama behind.”

He is sent undercover to investigate some troubles that a rival MC are causing in a small town in Washington, which he infiltrates by bedding the president’s slutty and mercenary sister. Whilst he is trying to bring down the gang and their shady dealings, he meets a classy lady called Tinker Garrett, who is just can’t seem to resist, even though he needs to remain in a relationship with his awful girlfriend in order to be loyal to his brothers.

Tinker was an interesting lady, fresh out of a failed marriage, she makes fancy chocolates for a living and is caring for her ailing father after the death of her beloved mother. She feels a strong attraction towards her new handyman and tenant, but is very cautious to get too close.

I love a slow burn, and that’s exactly what we got here – the fact that Gage had a girlfriend did not bother me in the slightest because we know how he is feeling towards Tinker from very early on, and lets face it, in a motorcycle club your brothers come first and since he only just met the woman, it was completely realistic for him to complete what he set out to do before moving onto a relationship with the woman he was genuinely falling for.

Great personalities, good chemistry and plenty of sexual tension. A great read for me.

Reapers Fire is a standalone romance told in dual POV, but best to be read as part of the series for the full experience.

ARC gratefully received from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

Images featured in this review were created by me using stock images either purchased from deposit photo or from free stock sites.

About the Author

Joanna Wylde

Joanna Wylde started her writing career in journalism, working in two daily newspapers as both a reporter and editor. Her career has included many different jobs, from managing a homeless shelter to running her own freelance writing business, where she took on projects ranging from fundraising to ghostwriting for academics. During 2012 she got her first Kindle reader as a gift and discovered the indie writing revolution taking place online. Not long afterward she started cutting back her client list to work on Reaper’s Property, her breakout book. It was published in January 2013, marking the beginning of a new career writing fiction.

Joanna lives in the mountains of northern Idaho with her family.

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