Monday, January 18, 2016

Clubwhore by Kim Jones

Summary :  

I’m that girl…
The girl every woman loves to hate.
The one your man dreams about.
I live up to my name…
And this is my story.

She needs something. Something Devil’s Renegade MC Sergeant at Arms Bryce is more than willing to give. But he’s not the kind of man who asks. He takes. And soon, he will take her. He’ll dominate her. He’ll captivate her. She’ll be his—no patches…no property…no titles. Only her. Only him.
She thinks this is her story to tell.
It very well may be.
But he's fixing to rewrite it. 
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Author Bio

 Kim Jones is a writer with big dreams. Inspired by her personal experience inside the MC life, she’s chosen to write biker romance stories that are authentic—expressing the true meaning of brotherhood and the lifestyle of motorcycle clubs.

In 2013, Kim began her self-publishing journey. Saving Dallas, her first MC series, is based on the life of an influential president who juggles the pressures of the Devil’s Renegades Motorcycle Club, and the search for true love.

Taking the club life and her career a step further, Berkley will be releasing Sinner’s Creed, her second MC series, in March of 2016—an inside look into the life of a 1%er and his sacrifice for what he believes in.

Kim plans to continue to self-publish off her Saving Dallas series, and has signed a two book deal with Penguin-Random House for Sinner’s Creed. She resides in south Mississippi with her husband, Reggie, two dogs, a cat and a donkey.



Rating: 4 1/2 Stars

Title: Clubwhore
Author:  Kim Jones
Publisher: Kim Jones

Genre:  MC Romance

Length: 326 Pages 
Whoa! Get out the fans and the ice, ladies, because this book is smoking hot! If you are a fan of the Devil's Renegades series then you know that this isn't unexpected but still! I will admit, that at first I wasn't too sure...but I stuck with it, because I knew this author wouldn't disappoint, and I LOVE it! I wasn't sure that anybody was going to top Dallas and Luke for me, and while Bryce and Delilah didn't top them, I love them in a different way. Kind of how I love Red and Reggie.

The character of Delilah is a little abrasive in the beginning but we soon get to know her and what lies beneath her hard exterior. Her motivations are complex, complicated and intriguing and once you know her history, you can't help but feel for her. She has this need to live in her own little bubble, where things are routine and safe. Where she can control the demons that plague her.

Her demons take the form of an addiction to pain or even sexual release. Either will do. Which is why she loves her job so much. Delilah was so real, I loved her. So flawed and scarred that she makes you feel for her. Kim Jones did such a great job of describing her fall into darkness that she takes something that is so unfathomable to so many and makes you truly feel it with Delilah. It's rare that I read a book with a character and/or flaw this complex.

Bryce is tall, dark and mysterious and it's finest. We know who he is (eventually) and his role within the club and that's about it! At least for a while. What we do know is that he understands Delilah when nobody else seems to. In ways that nobody ever has. And he knows exactly how to help her.

Bryce is a man of contradictions. The contradiction between what he has to do to help her and his gentleness with Delilah afterwards, when she needs it, is endearing. He's also a huge man that other men fear and is a total alpha male but can be gentle when needed. And let's not forget that he helps Delilah feed her pain addiction, giving her what she needs, even though he hates causing her pain.

Considering that this book had the same players as the other books in  the series, I would have liked to have seen at least one scene with Luke and Dallas together but we do get a couple scenes of them separately. We get a couple scenes Red, one with Regg and then a couple of the other guys make appearances here and there. I kind of felt like most of them were gratuitous scenes though. That said,  this is a stand alone novel so I guess I can't complain too much about that. Overall, the club itself was pretty absent for a major portion of  this book. I would have liked to see some more closure with Delilah's family, especially her brother. These are the only negative points I have for this book.

If you are a fan of MC romances and haven't read Kim Jones yet, you are missing out.

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