ARC Review of Reapers Legacy by Joanna Wylde


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Reaper’s Legacy pulls out all the stops and delivers a book that is a wild ride from start to finish.

Sophie and Ruger have been dancing around their intense attraction to each other for eight long years. Things come to head for them when Noah, Sophie’s son is in trouble and Ruger rides into help him.

Ruger (sigh), he is your typical Reaper…tall, tattooed, pierced with those smoldering good looks and a real indifference to women. He likes the way his life is…unencumbered by any female. Sophie is the only women that has remained constant in his life and that is because of Noah, his nephew. He has always tried to keep his distance from Sophie but when Noah needs his help; he does what needs to be done to keep the boy safe, even if that means moving him and Sophie into his house. Ruger soon realizes that in having Sophie so close it is much harder to ignore the attraction to her than when she was hundreds of miles away. He finally decides to claim her as his property. He intends to show her that the Reapers and him are what she needs.

Sophie has been attracted to Ruger for quite a long time. Their lives have intertwined since the day Noah was born and she has had to rely on Ruger to help her several times over the years. She is a very independent woman who doesn’t want anyone’s help. But Sophie finally realizes that she is in over her head and accepts Rugers help. While she agrees to his help she wants nothing to do with him or the Reapers MC. She refuses to be another conquest for him. Sophie begins to get drawn into to the Reapers as she develops friendships with the other old ladies and Ruggers insistence that she not be with anyone else. Soon Sophie has to make a choice – is her love for Ruger strong enough to survive with the Reapers. Because him and the Reapers are a package deal.

“….You’re in my dreams every night. I wake up in the morning and all I think about is you in my house, you and Noah finally mine. My family. It’s even better than ridin’ my bike. I’m crazy for you, Soph.”

One of the fieriest books I’ve read! When I was first introduced to the Reapers MC I couldn’t imagine things would get any crazier or I would love them even more. Well I was wrong. Reapers Legacy goes deeper into the dynamics of the MC club while holding nothing back.  All the characters from the first story (Horse/Marie) are back in Reapers Legacy. The story also provides several OMG moments that I couldn’t believe happened. The story is well written and a real delight to read. I highly recommend this story. I cannot wait for the next book in the series.

Reaper’s Legacy proves that to love someone…you have to take the good and bad. And that some are truly worth fighting for.

From the author:

Eight years ago, Sophie gave her heart—and her virginity—to Zach Barrett on a night that couldn’t have been less romantic or more embarrassing. Zach’s step-brother, a steely-muscled, tattooed biker named Ruger, caught them in the act, getting a peep show of Sophie he’s never forgotten.

She may have lost her dignity that fateful night, but Sophie also gained something precious—her son Noah. Unfortunately, Zach’s a deadbeat dad, leaving Ruger to be Noah’s only male role model. When he discovers Sophie and his nephew living in near poverty, Ruger takes matters into his own hands—with the help of the Reapers Motorcycle Club—to give them a better life.

Living with outlaw bikers wasn’t Sophie’s plan for her son, but Ruger isn’t giving her a choice. He’ll be there for Noah, whether she wants him or not. But Sophie does want him, has always wanted him. Now she’ll learn that taking a biker to bed can get a girl dirty in every way…


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