Review: Sweet Perdition by Cynthia Rayne


Sweet Perdition

Four Horsemen MC, #1

by Cynthia Rayne



Librarians and bikers don’t mix…or do they?
Good girl Elizabeth Williams is drinking her cares away at Perdition, a notorious biker bar in her hometown of Hell, Texas. She meets Ryker, a member of the Four Horsemen and they start a fun, sexual fling. Ryker is usually “wham, bam, and get the hell out” with the wild girls who hang around his club, but he finds himself falling for the sassy librarian. Could they have a shot at something real?
Sweet Perdition is lighter in tone than the rest of the books. It is a short novel/long novella that serves as an intro to the Four Horsemen MC series.




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As most that follow my blog probably already know, I’m a huge fan of MC books. So I was definitely eager to give this book a go and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s not very long (a littler over 100 pages). However, it had plenty of hot alpha biker and some seriously steamy sex scenes. This series is definitely one I’ll be reading more of.

Ryker and Elizabeth come from completely different worlds. He’s in an MC and she’s a librarian. However, Elizabeth has a stubborn and fiery personality that makes her easily fit into Ryker’s world…if she can accept it. Ryker’s never been the type to have only one woman and definitely not claim an old lady…until he meets Elizabeth. These two actually have several personality traits that are similar and they worked really well together in this story. I could just feel their connection. I really enjoyed ready about them and hope they show up in future books as well.

The story flowed well and I easily read it in a few hours. I loved the characters and can’t wait to read about others in the MC in future books. This was a great story and I look forward to more. 4 out of 5 palm trees!

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