#Review: The Billionaire Biker by Jackie Ashenden (#bookreview)

The Billionaire Biker (Billionaire’s Club)

Author: Jackie Ashenden
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Date of Publication: April 15, 2014
Description:

Biker

 

The Billionaire’s Club: a fabulously sexy contemporary series about some of the world’s wealthiest, most powerful men and the women they claim…and keep.

Wild and reckless, and more at ease with his biker gang than his business partners, Sean Morrow has always longed for Abigail Prescott, whose life he ruined when an innocent friendship turned into a night of red-hot passion back when they were in high school. Now that his brother, Jax, has decided to hire Abby to work for the Morrows, Sean can no longer ignore his old demons—or his desire.

It took Abby time to get over Sean Morrow…and then he walked back into her life. And even though she can’t forget the pain, she can’t stop fantasizing about their one erotic encounter…and she still craves his touch. What she feels for Sean is deeper than need. It’s pure, blind lust—and the feeling is mutual…

My Thoughts:

This book, while enjoyable, was definitely not my favorite of this trilogy.

I enjoyed Abby – she didn’t let the fact that Sean disappeared right they had a night together ruin her life, even when it left her pregnant. She lost that baby but it didn’t turn her bitter, just determined to build a good life for herself. The Morrow family (at least Donovan) helped her do that. Now she’s ready to branch out into a new job and company, but before she does that, she’s got one final assignment for Morrow: polish up Sean, who was finally found, but is now quite rough and tumble, having traveled with a biker gang for quite some time as their enforcer.

Sean wants nothing to do with his Morrow family because their father was, let’s face it, a bit of a jerk. Okay, a lot of a jerk. But he’s reeled back in and has to face the woman he ran away from many years ago. The heat’s still there though and it doesn’t take him, or her, long to give into it.

There’s really not much I can say about this book. It’s not that I didn’t like it, I just didn’t find it memorable the way I did the other two books in the series. However, it’s definitely worth reading, at least in my opinion, if for no other reason than to get the last of the Morrow brother yumminess.

Thanks, NetGalley, St. Martin’s Griffin, and Ms. Ashenden.

Book provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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