Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Conquering by Ryan Michele Review

Wes ‘Stiff’ Collins lived life on the wild side. He worked from the moment he knew what the word meant, always making the best of every situation. There was nothing about his past he would change. 

Without a real family except his brother Xander, Stiff joined the Vipers Creed Motorcycle Club, and they taught him what it was to have people he could depend on. When his past crashed into his present, he vowed to protect the club that had always been his steady, even if it meant turning his back on the woman who had given him life. 

Chelsea Miller’s life was simple: work, take care of her family, and save for the future. Everything was about having a goal and a plan. However, when her sister ended up battered and bruised on a diner floor, everything she thought was in her past suddenly threatened her future. In a moment, she had a new goal, everything else be damned. She would protect her family … at all costs. 

Stiff and Chelsea’s worlds collide in an explosion of determination, strength, and lust. Will they give in to temptation, or will conquering each other be too steep a price? Two people not afraid to put in the work will either overcome everything in their paths or finally crumble under life’s troubles they can’t escape, all in the name of family. 

*Due to subject matter, mature audiences 18+ only*

Chelsea is a waitress trying to get by while helping her younger sister. She has no one else. Her father left her in a pile of debts and now she is in even more danger because of his mistakes.
When her life is threatened, help comes from one of the most unexpected places ever.
Wes, also knows as Stiff, is a member of the Vipers Creed MC. Handsome, rugged and intimidating, he's had his eye on Chelsea for a while. When she needs help, he doesn't hesitate to step forward and offer her his protection.
But Chelsea isn't used to getting help from anywhere and she is reluctant. Will she give in to Stiff's aid or push him away?

I really loved and enjoyed this book. I was really hooked from the beginning of the book, I really liked both of the characters and there stories of who they became because of there pasts. I liked how Chelsea was strong and pretty much knew she needed only herself and family. I loved Stiff and his relationship with his brother Xander. Really a good series and I can't wait to read more. 

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