Two Worlds Colliding (Scorpio Stinger MC) – Jani Kay (Review By #NerdGirlLaura and #NerdGirlSphinx)

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Title: Two Worlds Colliding

Author: Jani Kay

Published Date: March 2014

Genre: Erotic Romance

Rating: Located with each review

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

All any woman ever wants, is to know that she is worth fighting for.
All a man ever wants, is to know he can take care of his woman. Protect her, provide for her, look after her needs and desires.
Is the love between Ryder and his Princess strong enough to overcome the odds? When two people are so obviously meant for each other, can the world decide otherwise and rip them apart?
In a society that judges so easily, Ryder and Jade don’t stand a chance. Can the unthinkable happen?

 ***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***

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***Laura,#NerdGirlLaura’s  Review***

Rating:

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First I recommend reading ‘Ryder’ 0.5 first before this book.

Ryder is a biker bad boy, he has a past and his own pain. He doesn’t care what anyone thinks and he lives by his own rules and by the rules of his MC. Jade is from money a “princess” who lives by societies rules and her families. Due to an event and trauma in her own life she has no time for bikers, they are not from her world or in a world she wants to be a part of, until she meets Ryder. The two have enough reasons not to be attracted to each other and to stay away from each other and yet they find themselves struggling to stay apart.

I really enjoyed this read, it’s always refreshing to have characters like Ryder that don’t hold back. I’m not offended by vulgarity or someone’s language, I think it often brings a sense of realism to a character. It always frustrates me when something happens and it’s not a YA book and a character doesn’t react in a way I feel is real for the character that has been created. for example something like stubbing your toe or walking into a table or something more extreme like someone royally annoying you and the character doesn’t even swear just a little. If I stub my toe I scream Bloody Mary, that is painful. And I often feel writers hold back in case they offend anyone, even if that means they do not fully commit to the world and character traits that they have created. But in this book that doesn’t happen. And I really love that about Ryder.

I did like Jade, but I didn’t love her, she was likeable but she just didn’t pull me in the way Ryder did. Ryder was interesting and felt real and raw, Jade felt a little generic to me. And yes I know, Ryder is an alpha male and a biker and so yes the basics of his character are in plenty of books. But it’s the little personality traits and him as a whole not just the basics of him that make him stand out against the other bikers out there in this genre.

I would recommend this book and I give it a 4 out of 5.

It’s is graphic and I would not recommend for under 18 but if you love an MC book than I recommend this one!

 

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***Lauren,#NerdGirlSphinx’s  Review***

Rating:

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When I first started reading this book it was a little confusing. I found out after a little bit of research that was because there is a prequel called Ryder that was released prior to the release of Two Worlds Colliding. I would recommend reading that first and then reading Two Worlds Colliding as it picks up right where Ryder left off.

That out of the way I loved this story! It was sexy and the conflict between the club and Jade’s family made for a really good story that had me wanting more. This is the second book by Jani Kay and this book was better than the last, so I can only assume that as the series goes on her writing will only get better, so I am really looking forward to picking up the next book once it is released!

My only issue with this book was the (I’m assuming) formatting issues. I received an ARC for it, and assumed that it was because it was not the final copy. However, after some research I believe that it is an actual formatting problem – but not an editing problem. There was some random, out of place punctuation, and words were split up. At first it was random, then it got a bit worse as I got further into the story. Because of this I am giving the book a 4-star rating. Once it goes through a quick proof read I am sure that the formatting issues won’t be so distracting.

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