Journalist Bryce Ryan knows a great story when she sees one, and the disbanding of the former Tin Gypsy motorcycle club seems like a juicy exclusive just waiting to be exposed. So despite the warnings to stay far away from the former Gypsies, Bryce walks right into their turf at the Clifton Forge Garage, and the story of a lifetime…
Since his former MC went legit, Kingston “Dash” Slater has enjoyed his quieter and far less stressful life. Until an infuriatingly sexy reporter shows up right when his Dad is arrested… for murder.
Gypsy King was the suspenseful and intriguing introduction to the Tin Gypsy series and the problems the disbanded MC will face when the past comes calling for them. Bryce and Dash couldn’t be more opposite… and they drive each other absolutely crazy. Yet when they discover that they both want to get to the bottom of a high profile murder case, and if they put their differences aside, they just might work better… together.
Bryce has recently moved to Clifton Forge to work at the local paper which is owned by her parents, and will someday be all hers. After years of going nowhere in a television news career, she has changed her priorities… and settled for a life missing a few key elements… a husband and kids. With her inconvenient attraction to Dash making her want things he could never give her, Bryce decides to settle for the right now… and the story of a lifetime…
Dash went from President of the Tin Gypsies to a respected member of the community and business owner… and he wants to keep it that way. Letting someone like Bryce in, who makes no secret of her desire to expose his former misdeeds, seems like the worst idea ever… but Dash has already been known to make some bad decisions in his life…
This was a really enjoyable book! I loved the plot, and the disbanded MC aspect was quite an interesting detail that made it stand out as a unique read. I thought there were many really great aspects to this book, and also a few misses here and there. I couldn’t get enough of the beginning of Bryce and Dash’s dynamic and the heated encounters between them were fantastic. I did feel like with the fade to black style of sex scenes, we missed out on a lot of the potential heat in the relationship, which made the connection between Bryce and Dash pale in comparison to how amazing it could have been.
While Bryce and Dash find their HEA in this book, there are still some majorly unresolved plot points left unanswered by the end. The Tin Gypsy series is sure to contain some highly anticipated future releases, and I can’t wait to see more of these characters within them.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.
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