Review: Carnal Hunger by Tory Richards

Carnal Hunger by Tory Richards
Release Date: August 24, 2016
Publisher: self published
Pages: 265
Source: book provided by the author for review

 

 

Straight out of prison and into the president’s chair of the Mad Dogs’ MC! VD’s set for taking the reins but he’s not ready for the impact one curvy little brunette has on his libido the second they lock eyes. It’s instant, it’s hot and it’s consuming! It’s the forever after kind of shit he’s not looking for, especially when the trouble heading the club’s way threatens to rip them apart.

 

Review:  I’ve had the pleasure of reading Tory Richards work before and when I saw this book was being offered to be reviewed, I snapped it up. As usual, Tory didn’t disappoint, it was a great read and I loved it.

A lot of Tory’s work centers around motorcycle clubs,(MC’s), which includes rough talking men, hard women, and violence. Her books have those themes in them, but the main focus of the story is on romance, and the building of a relationship. If the readers don’t like MC, then they may not like this book. If the reader has never read a MC romance, I recommend giving this one (or any of Tory’s work), a try. They are easy to read, funny, and there will always be a happy ending.

I like how Tory builds the story and lets the tension grow. Her formula is simple, but I like that, I know what to expect, and yet, there is still that element of surprise that she sprinkles into her stories to keep me entertained, and coming back for more. Her work reminds me of Nora Roberts, if any of the readers likes Nora’s work, then they will probably like Tory’s as well.

The characters are easy to like as well. Iris and Vince (or VD, as he’s known in the MC), are easy to like. Iris is nice woman, but she doesn’t take any crap from anyone, especially Vince, who respects her for her take charge demeanor.

Vince is tough as nails, but he has a soft interior, and he wants to make Iris happy. This quality makes me so happy. I also liked that he called Iris “darling”. I don’t know why, it just gave me a good feeling in my heart that he used that nickname for her. I found it to be intimate, and special. I know, I know, I’m a goof. A romantic goof, that’s me. Vince is smart, and he knows how to lead. He keeps a cool head, and is able to anticipate what his enemies might potentially do, which makes him a respectable, capable leader.

Give her books a look; I hope you find something that catches the readers eye. Her books are a great way to spend a quiet afternoon of “me” time.