Friday, December 19, 2014

S.E.X. Review~ Clear Blue Sky by Jenna Byrnes

Respect all, fear none is the Rebel Riders Motorcycle Club’s motto. 
Will the Riders step up when the Demon Outlaws go after one of their own?

Sky Warren doesn’t let the screen door smack him on the 
way out of Kansas. When his former abusive partner, Duke, 
is arrested for selling drugs, Sky takes off. He’s ready for a
 clean start and a change of scenery. 
Moving to Lakewood, Colorado with his cousin and accepting 
a job in Billy’s bike shop seems like just what he needs 
to start over. In Billy’s riding club he meets Task Rivers,
 a handsome, sexy biker and they hit it off immediately. 
Task is edgy, yet he shows Sky how a respectful 
and considerate man treats his partner. 
The two fall into a lusty, passionate relationship.

Death before dishonour. The Demon Outlaws have another way of looking at life. 
When Duke Lessing comes after Sky and is rebuffed, he joins the 
Outlaws in their troublemaking ways. With the Demons spoiling for a fight, 
Task calls on a few of the more hardcore Rebel Riders. As the night heats up, 
Sky is determined to avoid what seems like inevitable bloodshed. He wants to 
leave and lure the Demons away, but Task and the Rebel Riders have other ideas. 
Sky knows Duke doesn’t give up easily and learns that neither does Task, 
who’s fighting for what he wants. But will it be a fight to the death?

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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