Review: Riddick by Kathy Coopmans

RiddickRiddick by Kathy Coopmans

My rating: 4.5 Stars

Wow! Okay that was an intense read!!!! This is a motorcycle/gang plot which is not my usual pick but the writing was so good plus all the twists and turns kept me intrigued the whole time.

Cora and Riddick’s family have been enemies from the start. Cora is the daughter of an ex-gang leader. Both of her parents have been murdered supposedly by Riddick’s father. The only relative Cora’s got left is her brother and she was ordered to stay away for Riddick. So when Cora’s brother found out that Cora is with Riddick he threatened to kill them both. Cora was beat, kicked out of her home town and left to defend herself against the world — young, injured, and pregnant with Riddick’s son.

Fast forward a decade later, Cora and Riddick crossed paths again. Each thought the other was dead long ago … imagine the surprise seeing each other again with so much love, hurt, and misunderstanding between them. Cora and Riddick had moved on from the ugly past. Will they be able to build a new life as a family with the enemies are still lurking around the corner looking for revenge and greed. It will not be an easy road to HEA. I really like Riddick – he is a complicated character – alpha, mysterious, strong, protective and a good guy. Cora has been through quite an ordeal but she’s strong and I admire her for hanging in there and raising her son. This book has a little bit of everything — sexy romance, action, suspense and drama. There are a lot of twists that will knock you off your feet and keep you turning the page until the end.  New author for me! Will definitely looking forward to more.


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