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Grace by Megan O’Brien

by | Mar 14, 2022 | MC, Reading, Recommendations, Reveals and Tours, Reviews, Romance | 0 comments

4 stars
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Grace (Ride Second Gen Book 5)

As the only daughter of the Knights MC President, Grace Jackson was raised in the life. Her pop would keep her in a protective bubble if he had his way, and her job is less than a dream, but she loves her life and the small town of Hawthorne where she was raised.

The moment Ruston King, president of the Royal Bloods, sets eyes on Grace, he’s determined to make the club princess his queen. But first, he’ll need to convince her that he’s worth giving up everything for.

When danger strikes, Ruston will need to prove he can protect more than just her heart.

This is the story of Ruston and Grace, the fifth installment in the Ride Series Second Generation.

Note: Book #1 in the Diamond MC series, though these characters have been seen in the mm Polished P &P series, you don’t have to read them first to read Country.

Review – What a ride

The Ride series was one of the first MC series I read a few years ago, and this series is probably the reason why I kinda love this genre. I’ve enjoyed the second generation just as much, and I’m a bit sad that this is the end of the series. But I have hope that we will see some of them in future books.

 Grace is the over-protected daughter of Cole and Scarlet, and we witnessed her meeting Ruston in Gunner’s book. Safe to say that I have anticipated their story ever since. Ruston is the president of Knight MC and Grace belongs to Ride. There’s undeniably chemistry between the two, and the connection between them is instant. Despite the obstacles, Grace never leaves his side when he needs it the most. And when danger threatens Grace, Ruston will go to any lenghts keeping her safe.

In true Ride-fashion this story has plenty of drama, twists and turns. But it is also a beautiful story about finding your other half and starting a life together. Not to mention how hard it can be for parents to let go, especially when that means geographical distance as well. A definite page-turner and a good finish to the ride series. I can’t wait to see what’s next.


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