Sunday, January 17, 2016

~*~ Review ~*~ Clubwhore by Kim Jones

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I’m that girl…
The girl every woman loves to hate.
The one your man dreams about.
I live up to my name…
And this is my story.

She needs something. Something Devil’s Renegade MC Sergeant at Arms Bryce is more than willing to give. But he’s not the kind of man who asks. He takes. And soon, he will take her. He’ll dominate her. He’ll captivate her. She’ll be his—no patches…no property…no titles.
Only her. Only him.
She thinks this is her story to tell.
It very well may be.
But he…is fixing to rewrite it.

My Review

Clubwhore. Don't let the name scare you. It's not a book purely about sex, it's about a woman trying to find herself. Delilah is lost. To the outsiders she looks like she has herself together but that appearance is a lie. She's gone through life at the mercy of others and being treated as if she isn't worth anything. She found a home with the MC, a safe place where she can feel in control. Even though she has some control, she feels that she's not a good person and seeks out penance where she can get it. Her penance is finding someone who can control her, even for a brief time. That control usually ends up with someone issuing pain to her. That is were Bryce comes in. He's sees Delilah and is attracted to her. He doesn't just see her as a clubwhore, he sees her as more. He has a difficult time a getting that across to her. He gets pulled into her world and becomes the person that helps her find stability. He wants her to know that pain doesn't have to be the answer. He wants her to know that she doesn't have to be controlled by someone like she thinks she does, at  least not the way she thinks. Through determination and love, Bryce shows her that she is more than she thought. 

I knew going into this book it wouldn't be your typical MC romance. The title is Clubwhore, obviously it is going to be different. It also doesn't delve into the biker world like most books do in this genre. The main focus is Delilah and her relationship with Bryce. The book's description doesn't giveaway much. As I read the book I started to get an idea of what Delilah's world was about. 
The author touches on BDSM but doesn't put a name to it. She drops words like Submissive and Dominate, as well as limits, pain and pleasure. We know what we are getting into when we see them. You're not really thrown into that world, per say, so no worries there. 

I've read other books by this author and this one is different. It's not your typical love story. Delilah and Bryce have their own thing and it it shows in this story. I found that the story was intense in some areas and I had to walk away for a bit. It is a story worth reading though.

The author's writing was different in this book. Typically you get a lot of dialogue between characters but here it mainly the thoughts of Delilah. It is Delilah's story that is being told, so of course it's going to be her thoughts. The story is easy to follow through. So even though the writing is a little different, the reader isn't going to get lost or anything. 

Overall this book surprised me. It's not something I would typically read because of the tone of the book. I found myself intrigued though. I had to keep reading. 

My Rating
4 out of 5 Stars

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Connect With The Author

Kim Jones is a writer with big dreams. Inspired by her personal experience inside the MC life, she’s chosen to write biker romance stories that are authentic—expressing the true meaning of brotherhood and the lifestyle of motorcycle clubs.
In 2013, Kim began her self-publishing journey. Saving Dallas, her first MC series, is based on the life of an influential president who juggles the pressures of the Devil’s Renegades Motorcycle Club, and the search for true love.
Taking the club life and her career a step further, Berkley will be releasingSinner’s Creed, her second MC series,  in March of 2016—an inside look into the life of a 1%er and his sacrifice for what he believes in.
Kim plans to continue to self-publish off her Saving Dallas series, and has signed a two book deal with Penguin-Random House for Sinner’s Creed.She resides in south Mississippi with her husband, Reggie, two dogs, a cat and a donkey.

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