Kale Acer was antsy. As much as he loved his family and their farm, he craved something else, something wild. Into his life rides Eight on the back of a Harley. Scared to death, but drawn to the tall, mean biker, Kale faces the needs within himself that he didn’t know were there.
Guillermo Cardenas had stopped believing in anything but his club and his lifestyle years before, but when he meets the innocent and strong Kale Acer, things that were long since buried resurfaced.
Theirs was not a conventional romance. Eight was not the sweet, caring boyfriend that Kale imagined he’d one day meet, but the connection and passion they held for each other was something they couldn’t seem to let go.
Problems within his club make his being with Kale dangerous, so Eight leaves. Kale is heartbroken, but determined to find him. When that doesn’t seem possible, he moves on, at least he thought. Somehow, Eight refused to leave his heart.
Aces and Eights brings you the beginning of a new series, centering on the world of bikers, danger and a different kind of love. Welcome back old friends, and embrace the new brothers. Ride with Kale and Eight through the stormy road of their lives and their love.
Aces and Eights by Rain Carrington was raw and raunchy as she transported us into the uncivilized world of motorcycle gangs. Eight fell hard for farm boy Kale, but needed to protect him from the unsavory people he associated with. In doing so, he nearly sealed the fate of their fledging relationship.
Aces and Eights was not wine and roses, not even in the delivered language. Foul-mouthed, and sometimes unkind, Ms. Carrington held nothing back while portraying the main characters of the book. Sometimes they were downright nasty and disrespectful to each other, but the author made it work and kept me interested.
If you looking for and HEA, then you’ll have to wait for the next book and the story of Kale and Eight to continue. The man may be out of the seedy underbelly of illegal MC, but apparently it’s going to follow him.
Aces and Eights was worth the read and Rain Carrington delivered a winner.
Book provided in exchange for an honest review
A five handcuff review
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