Clear Blue Sky by Jenna Byrnes blended biker badness with protective love. Sky Warren was hiding from his former lover, a MC member who abused him. Staying with his cousin Billy, Sky joined a new MC where he met Task. Muscle-bound, take no prisoners biker, Task immediately fell for the man with a tortuous past.
Although Clear Blue Sky told of nefarious characters with attitudes a mile long, Ms. Byrnes also wrote of an underlying love for family and partnership. Looking out for each other took on a whole new meaning when the person’s in charge were members of a biker gang.
Sky was a vulnerable soul, yet I never found him weak or lacking. He wore his heart on his sleeve but unfortunately became entangled in a cycle of abuse which he had a hard time leaving. Once he did, Ms. Byrnes wrote of his strength of character and resilience.
The secondary characters were enigmatic and I would love to see more books based on them.
Clear Blue Sky delivered steam and danger, a lovely combination.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
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