on December 5, 2014
Genres: Motorcycle Club Romance
She's an investment banker.
He's an outlaw biker.
A little bit of heaven is about to meet a whole lot of hell.
Morgan Powell was raised to be perfect, to set an example for her sisters to follow. Her life has been dedicated to making something of her career, so she wouldn’t know what to do with a man even if you gave her an instruction manual.
Brett 'Ice' Grady spends his days trying to keep up with his teenage daughter, his nights consumed in Regulators’ MC business. He has no time for anything more than a casual hookup.
Two worlds collide when the dangers of his life crash into the calm of hers.
Can she go beyond her own boundaries and chip her way through to the man known to be as cold as ice?
Loosely attached to Chelsea Camaron's Hellions series and Jessie Lane's Ex Ops series.
~Karen Ponders ~
3.75 Stars for Ice (Regulators MC Book 1)
I just wrapped up reading Ice (Regulators MC Book 1) by Chelsea Camaron and Jessie Lane, and it was a thrilling motorcycle romance with a few twist. Camaron and Lane, have blended the backstory characters of two of there books into this collaborative effort of blending the motorcycle romance genre with the special ops/ex military men genre. What the two authors produce is an exhilarating tale set against the evil world of human trafficking in the Miami area. The main hero of this tale are sexy Ice Grady head of the Regulators a MC club made up of ex military men. The heroine Morgan Powell, a twenty four year old woman, quickly becoming a on forty two crazy cat lady, who was raised to be the compliant perfect daughter, by her step ford parents.
I really liked this book and the characters, and the writing brought me into the story in the very first chapter. I knew more about these characters hearts and souls than in most books. But…., yes there is a but, the book has several time jumps days, weeks, months and these really hurt the flow of the story. I loved when Morgan would give Ice sass, especially after he kicks her out of his house; but then the books jumps one month after that encounter, and I felt like I missed so much. I would then get another glimpse of the budding relationship between the two characters and another time jump would occur. I felt I was missing steps in their relationship, steps I didn’t want to miss, because these two characters were very compelling. Despite the time jumps I will be reading more in this series and I can’t wait for Hammer’s book.