Title: Road to Desire
Author: Piper Davenport
Published Date: November 17th 2014
Genre: Motorcycle Club Romance (erotica)
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Danielle Harris is the daughter of an overprotective police chief and has led a sheltered life. As a kindergarten teacher, she’s as far removed from the world of Harleys and bikers as you could get, but when she’s rescued by the sexy and dangerous Austin Carver, her life is changed forever.
Although Austin ‘Booker’ Carver is enamored by the innocent Dani, he tries to keep the police chief’s daughter at arm’s length. But when a threat is made from an unexpected source, he finds himself falling hard and fast for the only woman who can tame his wild heart.
Will Booker be able to find the source of the threat before it’s too late?
Will Dani finally give her heart to a man who’s everything she’s been warned about?
When the author asked me if I wanted to try her new series that was about a motor cycle gang and their friends, with a bit of steamy romance and a hint of danger there was no way I could say no! It is not my typical “genre” of books, but I will try anything at least once and I am so glad that I did!
I loved this book ~ the characters were amazing, the descriptions that the author used made the reader feel like part of the gang and the storyline was both believable and fun. There were tons of twists and turns and of course there were hot men in leather, muscle shirts and motorcycles. Piper did an amazing job of making the motorcycles and the gang almost take a backseat to the story line, even though the book was about the gang. It didn’t take much on the readers part to picture the “family” dinners, the hangout, or even the setting as Piper did an amazing job with those details. She didn’t bore the reader with motorcycle fixing, talk or parts, but did include enough detail that even someone with no knowledge on the subject would be able to grab ahold and not miss a beat.
I loved the relationships that Dani had with her family and the way that her biggest fears were her family not liking Booker, but that it was just in fact the opposite. I enjoyed the banter between the characters, as it seemed real and like an actual conversation that two people would actually have. The ploy flowed so smoothly that I reached the end of the book way before I was ready for it to end. I also enjoyed how the author tied some of the characters into this story (Macey, Brock, etc.) from another series, it was like a visit from an old friend, and it was one that I really enjoyed – it shows that the author, much like the reader, thinks about the characters long after the story is finished. I am looking forward to book 2 by this author and hope to see a story about Mack or Hawk and them finding “the one”. The characters feel more like friends as you read and they are fun to get to know, spend time with and learn more about. I always enjoy learning something new as I read and the author took the time to research things so that made the book even more enjoyable for me. I think that anyone who reads this author will be able to tell that she loves the characters, the story and the process of being a writer – she takes the time to have everything play out in real time and with facts thrown into the story (such as the insurance policy for Kidnapping and Ransom). I will be adding ALL of her books to my TBR list!
Make sure you check out this book and the others that Piper Davenport has to offer, they are all equally amazing reads!!
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