Title: Safe Rider
Series: A Lost Saxons Novel #2
Author: Jessica Ames
Genre: Contemporary MC Romance
Release Date: November 9, 2018
Cover Design: Kellie Dennis at Book Cover by Design
“Excellent writing with a gut wrenching storyline.” ~SpunkyNSassy
“The Lost Saxons are quickly becoming one of my favorite re-reads.” ~Amazon Reviewer
A new life; a new start—that was what Liv needed after escaping her violent marriage. Moving to Kingsley was a chance to rebuild what was broken and show the world she wasn’t defeated by her past. No part of that plan involved falling in love with a biker.
Dean never expected to want the sweet woman living across the street. She’s not his type, yet he can’t stay away from her. When trouble follows Liv, he’s one step behind, ready to defend her because his time in the Lost Saxons Motorcycle Club has taught him two things: how to ride and how to protect what is his. And Liv is his—even if she doesn’t know it yet.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for
Wow I am now at a loss for words after reading this amazing book!! We meet Liv as she decides to flee from a very abusive marriage. She proceeds to mostly out her life back together when she meets Dean who is a member of the Lost Saxens MC. As a romance of course it ends well but I have to give the author accolades for the respectful yet accurate picture of the lasthing effects of living this way. Having a strong biker meet her needs was just great making me really fall in love with the story so I give it 5/5 stars.
Jessica Ames was raised in a small market town in the Midlands, England. She lives with her crazy mongrel terrier and when she’s not writing she’s playing with crochet hooks. From the moment she was old enough to hold a pen she created fantastical stories and by the age of 17 had written her first full-length novel: a fantasy story about an exiled boy king. It was a cliched mess, but she realised she could, in fact, write and finish a book!
Knowing she needed to make money, she found work in the publishing world. Over the next decade, she honed her skills and worked hard to learn everything she could about writing. In January 2018, in a moment of insanity, she quit her job in magazine publishing to write books full time.