WHY I READ IT
Chantal Fernando has been a one click author for me for some time. I’ve been following her Wind Dragon series since book one and there was no way I was going to miss this one.
WHAT I RATED IT
WHAT ITS ABOUT
Ranger is at a crossroads: he has a chance to leave the motorcycle club and do something else with his life—but he keeps getting dragged back. When the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club asks for his help, Ranger agrees, not only because it is hard to say no to them, but also because he has a vested interest.
A woman is missing.
And Ranger knows her.
The Wind Dragons aren’t the only ones hoping this girl can be found—on the hunt is Johanna Chase, a stubborn detective who won’t give up until the missing woman is found safe. She needs Ranger to navigate the underground world of motorcycle clubs, and immediately, sparks fly. Ranger fights the attraction. He has no plans on going there, no matter how beautiful and badass she is. A biker and a cop? Ridiculous.
But the two of them soon realize that they’re in way over their heads, and now they have to trust each other in order to save her. With the WDMC and the police force at their back, it should be no problem, right?
I’ve been waiting for Ranger’s story for what seems like forever. When we first met him in Arrow’s Hell, Anna and Arrows story, I was immediately intrigued. He just had this air about him, you just never really knew what he was thinking. When I received his book I dove right in hoping for the magic that came from the rest of the books in this series. And while I did enjoy this book it was missing something. A cop and a biker dating I felt should have had a lot more drama and action to the story. Compared to the stories of the other couples in this series Ranger’s was tame to the point of almost being boring.
Johanna was your typical Chantal Fernado female character. Bad ass, tough as nails, sassy, but still had that touch of sweet that drew her man in. As a cop, a hot blonde one at that, she didn’t let her sex or appearance dictate how people treated her. She worked hard and proved her worth. She didn’t back down from a challenge and went into everything headstrong and fierce. I loved her character.
This story was written well as the author always does, we got to check in with some of our favorite Wind Dragons and see a side of Ranger we hadn’t seen before. But like I already stated there wasn’t enough action to the story, I was left filling unfulfilled.