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This week’s neglected bookRide Steady by Kristen Ashley
Series: Chaos #3
Published by Forever on June 30, 2015
Genres: Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
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Meet the intense and sexy bad boy bikers of the Chaos Motorcycle Club in Carissa and Joker's story from Kristen Ashley's New York Times bestselling series.
The ride of her life . . .
Once upon a time, Carissa Teodoro believed in happy endings. Money, marriage, motherhood: everything came easy---until she woke up to the ugly truth about her Prince Charming. Now a struggling, single mom and stranded by a flat tire, Carissa's pondering her mistakes when a vaguely familiar knight rides to her rescue on a ton of horsepower.
Climb on and hold tight . . .
In high school, Carson Steele was a bad boy loner who put Carissa on a pedestal where she stayed far beyond his reach. Today, he's the hard-bodied biker known only as Joker, and from the way Carissa's acting, it's clear she's falling fast. While catching her is irresistible, knowing what to do with her is a different story. A good girl like Carissa is the least likely fit with the Chaos Motorcycle Club. Too bad holding back is so damned hard. Now, as Joker's secrets are revealed and an outside threat endangers the club, Joker must decide whether to ride steady with Carissa---or ride away forever . . .
Why did I add Ride Steady to my bookshelf?
It should come as no surprise to everyone that this book has been on my NetGalley since I downloaded it in June 2015. This is the third book in the Chaos series and I haven’t read any of the other books in the series. I was actually hoping to find out from anyone who has read the series if this could be read as a stand-alone. It looked on Goodreads and some reviewers say you can while others say that you should read the series in order. These books are long. Why are they so long?! I actually have books 3 and 4 of the series and would like to get through them soon if possible so jumping right into this one is sounding like a good plan right now.
What are your thoughts? Have you read this book? Would you recommend it?