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Book Review: Ace of Hearts by Chantal Fernando

May 29, 2018

 

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Every girl likes a bad boy, right? Or so I keep hearing! Chantal Fernando certainly makes a compelling case in the first novel of her new series, The Cursed Ravens MC. Now, I will start off by saying that I have read MC books before, and I often find them too much for my personal taste. There's often an undertone of violence that translates into rough sex, and that's just not my cup of tea in romance books. But while this book did get into a lot of the grittier aspects of the MC culture, it didn't let that affect what happened in the bedroom, which I liked. Yes, things were steamy, of course, so don't worry! You'll be wishing you could take an Ace of your own home with you.

Erin Moretti has been lied to her entire life, but that's all ending now. After finding out the man who raised her is not her real father, she took what little she knew and found her real father. Who is the President of a motorcycle gang called the Cursed Ravens. And in his newfound paternity, he assigns her a bodyguard named Ace, who is the sexiest man Erin has ever seen. She's the Princess of the Cursed Ravens and therefore off limits, and Ace is the player who sleeps with women but loves none of them. It's not a match either expected, but then sometimes that's how love is.

I just want to say that if any of you know of an Ace in your life who is single, grab him while you still can! And if you're taken, let me know and I'd love the opportunity to have an Ace of my very own. Seriously, ladies, this is a book boyfriend that everyone wants to have. He's kind, generous, with a good sense of humor and a protective instinct that still gives you space. What more could you ask for? Oh, did I mention he has money too? I really liked Ace from the start, and his connection with Erin was on fire! Erin started out like maybe she would be a pushover, but she quickly turned it around and showed her spitfire personality. I related to her a lot, and the way she interacted with all the club members made me want her as my "bestie" too.

This was my first book by this author, but I can tell you right now - now that I have found her, I will definitely be watching for her next book! Really fun writing style with engaging characters. Highly recommended.

**I received a free copy via NetGalley and this is my honest review.**

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