Until Amy by Jessica Ames, Boom Factory Publishing
Genres: MC Romance
As a member of the Untamed Sons MC London, I have one job—to be loyal to my club. After a rat is discovered in the Tennessee chapter, I'm sent overseas to try to hunt him down. I didn't expect to find Amy. I don't deserve a woman like her, not when I have my own demons from my time in the Army, but I want her.
Falling for a dangerous biker was never part of my plan, but I can't let go of Whizz. I don't care that my family doesn't approve or that everyone I know keeps warning me to stay away from the outlaw. He's mine and I'm not walking away, but that might not be my choice. When my life is threatened the only person who can save me is Whizz and the Untamed Sons.
Until Amy is part of Aurora Rose Reynolds' Happily Ever Alpha World. If you loved Until Harmony, then you will want to read Until Amy.
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I’m a huge fan of Aurora Rose Reynold’s happily Ever After World and adore most MC Romance books so I was thrilled to read this one. I will say that Ames did an amazing job of connecting this book to the world but also making it own. This one does connect to her others but I haven’t read those so I can’t say for sure.
I am so thrilled that she made sure we got the “BOOM”! If you don’t know what that is, it’s that instant love we get from Aurora Rose Reynolds and this happily Ever After World. So to have that in this MC world is awesome.
Amy has sworn off men after an incident and is just trying to help people in her job as a nurse. She was a very likeable character and easy to connect with. Whizz is also a great character and I love that he never felt the Amy makes him feel. There are issues and questions about making it work. All in all I loved this book and would highly recommend it.