Book 1, Silver Valley
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First in the new Silver Valley series from the New York Times bestselling author of the Reapers Motorcycle Club Novels
Fourteen months. For fourteen months, Puck Redhouse sat in a cell and kept his mouth shut, protecting the Silver Bastards MC from their enemies. Then he was free and it was time for his reward—full membership in the club, along with a party to celebrate. That’s when he saw Becca Jones for the first time and set everything in motion. Before the night ended he’d violated his parole and stolen her away from everything she knew.
Five years. It was five years ago that Puck destroyed Becca and saved her all in one night. She’s been terrified of him ever since, but she’s even more terrified of the monsters he still protects her from... But Becca refuses to let fear control her. She’s living her life and moving forward, until she gets a phone call from the past she can't ignore. She has to go back, and there’s only one man she can trust to go with her—the ex-con biker who rescued her once before.
Puck will help her again, but this time it’ll be on his terms. No more lies, no more tears, and no more holding back what he really wants...
This edition only: A new Silver Valley story
From the Trade Paperback edition.
From Publishers Weekly
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Silver Bastard was fantastic. I love Joanne Wylde's Reaper series. Her characters are dynamic and the story is intense. Recommend this one highly folks!!!
Another Joanna success!
Another great read by Joanna Wylde. She certainly knows how to write a hero and heroine and I love that her women are fighters. Yes, they have their quirks, but who doesn't? They always pick themselves up and show strength despite their circumstances. Joanna finds a way to bring her characters to life and gives them charm that makes them seem like people you could meet/know in real life. Can't wait for the next book in this series.
I truly enjoy Joanna Wylde's MC books but this one left me...empty. As usual the writing was superb and the plot compelling. This author has a way of making you care about characters as if they are old friends, that was true in this book with everyone but Becca. My goodness the girl is annoying. One stupid, ill-conceived, whiny decision after the next. Still trying to figure out what in the world did Puck see in her? This is the first female character that I wouldn't have minded meeting an untimely demise, but I digress. Long review short, the book is great, with the exception of Becca.