There are always those books out there that take you completely by surprise, you never thought it would be something you would enjoy however you find yourself happy that you took the chance on it. I can honestly say that is exactly what happened when I read Joanna Wylde’s latest, Reaper’s Property. Super Alpha Males, Bikers, steamy sex and danger, what more could you want?
Marie doesn’t need a complication like Horse. The massive, tattooed, badass biker who shows up at her brother’s house one afternoon doesn’t agree. He wants Marie on his bike and in his bed. Now.
Marie has just left her abusive cheating husband and is forced to move in to her mother’s trailer with her pot smoking brother. The last thing she expects is to find out her brother is working for Reaper’s Motorcycle Club. Not knowing much about biker’s and their world she is completely overwhelmed when she finds herself inexplicably drawn to the biggest and baddest one she’s ever seen, of course he has a name like Horse. What’s worse is the fact that Horse seems to have set his sights on her as well and that’s more than a little scary.
When Horse makes it clear to her that he wants her to be his “Property” Marie can’t get away from him fast enough. She is no one’s
property and will not be part of some sexist group of scary, violent, beer drinking criminals, no matter how much she wants Horse.
Horse may be used to the fact that when he wants something, he takes it but Marie doesn’t live in his world and will not make it easy for him.
When Marie’s brother steals from the club Horse see’s an opportunity. Marie can save him by giving Horse what he wants, her available in his bed or anywhere else he wants whenever he wants. One way or another she will be his property, whether it’s as his play thing or his “Old Lady”. If she doesn’t want to be on the back of his bike at least he will make sure she is in his bed.
Between Marie’s ignorance to the MC world, her brother’s stupidity and greed and the way Horse makes her want him even if it goes against everything she has always believed, Marie’s who life is turned upside down. She will have to realize that she is playing by a whole different set of rules than Horse and even her brother. So now who is she going to trust?