With each book, I become more enthralled up with the Heaven Hill Motorcycle Club and its members and women. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures
Friend of the Heaven Hill MC.
Bianca Hawks met Jagger Stone in the most embarrassing of ways. After watching him play music at Wet Wanda’s for months, she fell half naked into his arms after a drunken bout with a stripper pole and the back of a pick-up truck. Avoiding him and his killer smile no longer works when she needs her car repaired and he comes to her rescue. His request for payment comes in the form of date nights spent with just the two of them – away from both the strip club and the MC.
Tough guy with model good looks.
Newly patched member of the Heaven Hill MC.
Jagger Stone only wanted two things – to be a patched member of the Heaven Hill MC and to get to know Bianca Hawks. One for two isn’t bad, but when her car breaks down and she’s left with no one else to help her, he plays the situation to his advantage. Over late nights driving up and down the interstate and nights in spent at her apartment, Jagger realizes that there is so much more to Bianca than he ever knew.
When her dream of becoming a school teacher is threatened by someone who wants her all to himself, the two of them are thrown into a dangerous game of cat and mouse. For the first time, Heaven Hill isn’t sure what they are up against or if they can keep their family safe. In times of danger, Bianca and Jagger know the only thing they can do is hold onto each other while trying not to admit they are losing control.
Review copy provided for an honest review
It’s hard not to enjoy the books in author Laramie Briscoe’s Heaven Hill series and I’m pleasantly surprised how differently each book is written. While book one was fairly complex in setting up the series, book two had a more serious feel to it, and this one was more fun loving which describes the characters as well. That’s not to say there aren’t some serious and dangerous moments, but this story was more laid back and very entertaining.
I’ll admit Jagger Stone has intrigued me ever since he purposely let another man’s woman ride on the back of his bike. He had his reasons and he was trying to do the right thing, but knowing he shouldn’t made me realize this is a guy who lives his life on his terms. So, I was pretty shocked when I learned of his upbringing and what he had planned to do with his life before he joined Heaven Hill and flat out loved that he found a way to merge his past life with his current one during this book. I’ll admit I’m a little sad that he has no interest in pursuing a music career but I understand why it’s important for him to do it his way.
Bianca Hawks is one of those characters you can’t help but admire. She’s pulled herself up from a crappy childhood and is pursuing a degree while working as a waitress at Wet Wanda’s strip joint. As her dreams start to become reality, she finds herself indebted to Jagger and trying to merge her personal life with her career choice.
I really loved these two characters together and the time they took to get to know one another before jumping into a physical relationship. That’s not to say that sparks weren’t flying all over the place because when these two are in the same room it’s a wonder the fire sprinklers don’t activate. I give Jagger a lot of credit for realizing that Bianca needed to go slow but I also believe he was okay with that because he felt something special for her from the start.
The author did an amazing job of showing how easily it is to get caught up in a club like this. While Bianca had no intentions of being associated with Heaven Hill, through Jagger she became acquainted with some of the women and the club members helped her out on more than one occasion. She didn’t plan this, and never expected it, but it was evident how much the friendships she formed and the support she felt meant to her. I enjoyed seeing the characters from the previous books and catching up on their lives as well.
With each book, I become more enthralled up with the Heaven Hill Motorcycle Club and its members and women. Losing Control is a superb addition to this series and I can’t wait to see what happens next!