Review: Incandescent (Knights Rebels MC #1) by River Savage

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Summary:

Phoenix ‘Nix’ Knight thought pulling his club out of the illegal shit his Pops got them into was difficult.

Until he meets Kadence.

Kadence Turner has no business lusting over a student’s father, especially the president of the Knights Rebels MC. Nix is crass, obnoxious and dangerously sexy and for some reason, Kadence can’t seem to hate him for it. The bossy biker breaks down her defenses, but unlike the old Kadence, the woman she is today won’t give in without a fight.

The tension is undeniable, the attraction fierce. A man that wants what he wants and a woman that will fight him every step of the way.

Review:

Praise the Lord because I’ve finally found a MC book that I don’t despise, actually, I very much like it. Five months ago or so I first tried to read a MC book and let me tell you, I’m all in for a bit of alpha male but what I got there was down right caveman behavior and none of the female characters seemed to stand up for themselves! One of the things I liked most about this book was the feisty, witty female character that only let our fabulous male character “manhandle” her when she wanted it.

Kadence Turner had a rough relationship three years ago that left her scarred (literally, she was involved in a fire) and hurt and unable to open up to people, but now she is finally taking control of her life again and facing her future as a new single woman. Kadence is not a people’s person and she is shy (although sassy and witty too) and would rather stay in and read a book than go out to bars.

“The second book in the erotic series I’ve been reading went live this week. I’m planning to stay in and read.”

Sounds just like my spirit animal (lol). But this all changes when she meets Nix. Phoenix Knight is the President of the Knights Rebels MC and father of Zayden, one of Kadence’s students. When the kid gets in trouble and Miss Turner organizes a reunion with the parents of the two kids who were part of the fight Nix comes in the room all scary and hot and Kadence can’t help but feel interested in him.

“Do you know the moment I laid my eyes on you, I felt the wind knock out of me, like someone just gut-punched me. […] I couldn’t even look at you in the eye at first. I had to calm myself down or who knows what I  would have said. Then you threw your attitude and set me on fire.”

What starts as a fun chase and a one-night stand ends up to become so much more, because Nix is capable of making her feel alive again and not ashamed of anything that has happened to her in the past. She is to him, the strongest woman he knows.

But of course, things couldn’t be so easy. In the middle of the love story we have to deal with not only one, but two crazy exes, although luckily only one of them is dangerous, the other is just a bitch and a terrible mother. I don’t want to spoil the end so I’m just going to say that Kadence’s life is in danger a couple of times, but everything turns out alright.

“I am happy, and I’ll never stop making sure you’re happy, baby,” he tells me, and I know he will.

I would like to end saying that the book has some of the best secondary characters and that adds a lot to the plot. Sy and Holly had something going on that I would like to find out about in the next book and give me some of Jesse too, please. And although all the hottie bikers were cool the cutest one would have to be Zayden, Nix’s kid who is adorable.

I hope you give this book a chance and love it like I did. x

I take the first step to them, knowing I’m walking toward my ultimate happiness, unwavering love and the most beautiful thing of all, my amazing family.

paula  calloway sisters

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