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I just can't get enough of this MC family. I just love all the characters. Rae is worried about her medical condition. So, she made a bucket list. She didn't expect Lynch to steal her heart. He made her want more. I can't wait to read more.
Lynch’s Rule was the ninth book in the Ruthless Sinners MC series by L Wilder.
When Conor Lynch (aka Lynch) and Raelyn Thomas (aka Rae) met, Lynch’s place of business (the MC owned strip club) had just been bombed and he was trying to determine what just happened while Rae was sitting in the back of a cop car in handcuffs watching the chaos. It was a great scene that set the stage for the couple.
We immediately learn that Rae was a daredevil, thrill seeker. As the storyline develops, we learn the why behind the what. She was fun, adventurous, and a little bit crazy. But she was also smart, independent and totally likable! Lynch was also likeable and although he was the quintessential hook up only biker, he knew Rae was different and worth exploring.
All in all, it was a quick and enjoyable read with a mixture of fun, suspenseful and sexy scenes while also filled with life lessons.
Ever since learning about her brain aneurysm, Raelyn is a girl who wants to experience everything. Including base jumping from a hotel in Nashville, which is how she ends up in the back of a squad car the first time she meets Lynch. Lynch decides to post bail for the cute troublemaker and her friend and when they decide to meet up, they hit it off right away. Keeping secrets is not the way to start a relationship, but Raelyn isn’t sure she knows how to talk to Lynch about what’s going on, she’s not even sure she can admit it to herself.
I really enjoyed this quick and easy read. Despite the topic, it wasn’t super angsty and lighter on the MC stuff. I found the heroine relatable, even with her insistence about keeping her head in the sand about her condition. Lynch’s development wasn’t quite as good as Raelyn’s, but there was still good chemistry between them that left you rooting for them to find their way forward together. The writing was good and I felt myself smiling at their banter more than once.
Lynch’s Rule is the 9th book in the Ruthless Sinners MC by L. Wilder, but can be read as a standalone. It is told in first person, from dual perspective.
YES LOVE THIS SERIES! I'm so happy to let readers know that the "Ruthless Sinners MC," series just gets better as each man's unique story is told. How they finally meet their (THE ONE) woman that changes their life forever, the danger they are willing to face to keep her safe totally captivating. Add in the hot romantic chemistry, guns, thrills and explosions, lol. Did I mention heart-touching moments? Yes! Done. I recommend an awesome wild, hot ride per each hot man and his equally beautiful lady. Enjoy!
Reading an L Wilder release transports me back into familiar, comfortable territory where I feel safe and protected. Wilder does not disappoint in “Lynch’s Rule”, the most current installment of the Ruthless Sinners series. Raelyn is a sassy thrill seeker with a heartbreaking secret, and Lynch is … well, Lynch is a smoking hot biker who makes Raelyn see life differently. The plot twists in this one had me biting my nails, yelling out loud, guffawing, swooning and ugly crying. I love the strength and resilience of Raelyn, and I love the strength and unwavering loyalty of Lynch. This installment of the Ruthless Sinners does not disappoint! Expectations surpassed!
This is another hood book in this series. I love Lynch and Raelynn. They are a great couple. I !I've the spunkiness of Raelynn. This is a good read and if you like nice MC books without all the cheating and grittiness then this is for you.