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Review: Last Ride (Wind Dragons MC #5.5) by Chantal Fernando


The Wind Dragons MC couple who started it all is back! We met the stars of Chantal Fernando’s bestselling series in Dragon’s Lair, and now Sin and Faye are ready for more—and with these two, that means more passion, more action, and more of the best kind of trouble.

Sin, president of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club, doesn’t mind that things have quieted down since he got married—with Faye at his side, he’ll never be bored. Plus, they’ve got their little girl Clover to keep them on their toes. But when new MC brother Talon needs help rooting out a traitor in his old club, Faye’s the first to volunteer. She’s more determined than ever to get involved and put her law degree to good use, but Sin soon finds himself riding to the rescue. Because he’ll kill anybody who touches a hair on Faye’s head—if she doesn’t get to them first. One way or another, tonight’s going to be someone’s last ride….

My Review

You know, when you’re reading a novella, there truly isn’t much you can say because you don’t want to spoil things or give anything away. Last Ride brings us back to the MC couple that started it all. And their novella does not disappoint. It’s got all the elements that I have come to know and love in a Chantal Fernando novel. You’ve got bad ass bikers and lots of action. There’s danger and exciting twists and turns. You’ll be left on the edge of your seat, waiting breathlessly to see how it will all play out….

Yes, Last Ride might just be a quick read, but it certainly packs a punch. This book entertained me and kept me engaged the entire time. This story took me on one thrilling ride and I enjoyed every single second of it.

*I was provided by an ARC copy of this book via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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