CLUBWHORE (Devil’s Renegrade MC #1)
by Kim Jones
GENRE: Adult, Contemporary, Erotica
PAGES: Kindle edition, 262 pages
PUBLISHED: 18 January 2016
SOURCE: eARC provided
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…is fixing to rewrite it.
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.
(This post was scheduled 28 Jan 2016)
(I have to go somewhere, I’ll make this really short, I’ll update once I have time again, sorry!!)
Clubwhore is written in first person, in
ohgodwhat’shernameagainohit’s Delilah’s POV. It’s a story that I assure you, won’t leave you alone for months. It’s just there, sitting in the back of your mind. Like, forever. It’s the plot. It’s the direct writing. It’s the sinfully sexiness of the book.
It’s not your typical romance, that’s for sure. It’s like lust around love or love around lust or whichever, this book is sweet in a way that was not possible when it started. It turned out romantic in a way that should not have happened the way it happened.
But I’m glad it happened the way it did.
Clubwhore is dangerously so freaking straightforward. And I love it. But at the same time, it’s just a front. This book is dangerously emotional and heart-stopping. One minute you’re at the top of the world the next you’re tied at the bottom and the chains won’t even budge.
My heart hurts, wait.
This book is scary yet smart and sweet and everything. Like literally everything. The drama. The work. The sex. The fights. The late night drives. The fear. The pain. The fun. The love.
EVERYTHING IS REAL.
EVERYTHING IS PAINFULLY ALIVE.
And the pain made it all beautiful.
Wait, my heart still reaallyy hurts.
One thing about this book is that it’s like everybody has that certain air of mystery up unto the end. It’s like you know them but at the same time, you don’t. It’s like you understand but then you don’t.
But it’s real, you fell in love, you got hurt.
And it’s all because of this book.