Biker Babe in Black by Debra Kayn
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Length: Full (210 pages)
Rating: 4 Books
Reviewed by Fern
Even on her motorcycle, Margarine Butter, can’t outrun the bad luck that continues to follow her around. Fired from her second job in less than a week all because of some man, she’s got two options: Hit the rode on her Motorcycle and find another job, or call it quits and go back to The Chromes and Wheels Gang. At the rate she’s going, she’ll never achieve her dream of buying a home where she can plant some roots.
Business Tycoon, Remy Montgomery, can’t believe the waitress refused his offer and rode off on a Harley Davidson without a second thought. Determined to get the biker babe in bed, he tracks her down and offers her a job she can’t refuse.
Is Margarine’s luck changing or is she making a horrible mistake?
When proud and sassy biker chick, Margarine Butter, loses one job, she rebounds by finding another. Back luck just seems to follow her, no matter where she goes. But a chance run-in with a tray full of food and a handsome stranger will change all that. Remington Montgomery costs her the minimum wage job at the diner, and then the job at the coffee shop when they serendipitously meet inside an elevator with an electrical malfunction that delays her orders. When he offers her employment as his maid in recompense, she reluctantly accepts. Now she just has to keep her eyes–and hands–off the sexiest man she’s ever met. Trouble is Remy is equally smitten, and wants the saucy little woman that brings him to his knees. Can a girl from a biker gang and a man raised in the lap of luxury find common ground, and ultimately, happiness?
Let me just say that I was chuckling by the end of the first page of this story, and continued to do so until it concluded. The humor here is delightful, and you’ll enjoy the very clever dialogue (and inner narrative) that just keeps getting better and better. Margie is wonderful. I loved her spunk and playful attitude. And Remy is just plain yummy. The chemistry is spot–on, and you won’t be disappointed as calamity after calamity befalls our dear heroine and she rises to the occasion with pride and sass. My very minor criticism would be the circumstances that drive the protagonists apart toward the end of the story, and the consequent reunion in which things have changed significantly for them, are resolved in an extremely speedy fashion. I can’t say what these things are, as not to spoil the story, but I would have rated the book higher if not for that.
The writing is wonderful, the characters are memorable, and despite the above stated comment, you will love this story. If you like kick-ass heroines, Harley hogs, and that all important HEA, definitely check out, Biker Babe in Black.