Going Down Easy (A Rebel Wayfarers MC & Incoherent MC Crossover Novel, #1) by MariaLisa deMora
Title: Going Down Easy
Series: A Rebel Wayfarers MC & Incoherent MC Crossover Novel, #1
Author: MariaLisa deMora
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: September 22, 2019
Former Marine Jacob Tinney found a new life within the Rebel Wayfarers MC in Fort Wayne. The club’s members took in Jacob, known as Jock, watched over him as their own, and sustained him with reasons to hold his PTSD at bay for another day.
Into this good life sashayed Silly, Sylvia Perez, a quirky tattoo artist, friend of the club, and woman who hid so much of herself behind a façade. Jock was first intrigued, then enamored, and finally, consumed with lust—and love.
But when Silly is offered the chance of a lifetime to run her own tattoo shop down near the Big Easy, there’s little he can do except tell her goodbye. Until an unexpected suggestion comes his way.
What if he could keep the brotherhood of a club, the camaraderie he needed, and transfer that to another patch?
Could he leave the RWMC and patch over?
Originally published in the Patch Over anthology for Tempted and Tantalizing in Staten Island.
5 iScream Cones
“I hated sleeping these past weeks, didn’t want to miss a moment with you. Didn’t matter I was gonna dream of you.”
What’s better than reading about a favorite fictional motorcycle club? The chance to spend time with the members of several favorite motorcycle clubs all at the same time. Yup, I got to have my cake and eat it too! Thanks, MariaLisa deMora…sigh. ♥
Jock can’t hide from his past. It’s visible in his scars and his PTSD. His RWMC saved him when he was struggling after his time in the military. His brothers are his family and he never thought there’d be anything or anyone that could make him leave Fort Wayne and his brothers.
Silly and Jock are going strong when life throws a monkey wrench into things. When she is offered the opportunity of a lifetime how could he stand in the way of her dreams? But, at the same time, what happens to his dreams of a life with her?
The author has a beautiful way with dialogue that makes me feel the words as if I can actually hear them. Somehow the character’s pain and emotion, tone, and inflection come across so clearly. Her words move me, every time. I love how she weaves the lives of her characters into a tightly formed web of experiences and trust. Life takes them in and out of each other’s immediate circle time and again but they remain bonded in friendship and brotherhood so strong that I feel it through the pages.
With so many of her character’s stories intertwined through several different series, it’s a Win/win no matter which one you’re reading. But, it is always best to go in order so you don’t miss out on what’s said without words and hidden between the lines. The history they share and the connection that’s felt rather than explained. Just telling you about it makes me want to go back and start over again. I’m excited to see where she takes us next. The line forms here…