Thursday, January 16, 2014

Title: Fighting To Stay
Author: Kasey Mistead
Rating: 4 Shooting Stars

“Never stay, Lacey. Promise me. Promise me right now, that whenever things go bad in life, you will run. Never, ever stay.” 

 Lacey Monroe was used to running. When things got bad, when things got dangerous, when there was a chance that she would get hurt – physically or emotionally – she did what her momma said. She ran. She kept running, until she landed in Salt Rock, Alabama. She meets Roam Cooper, the Vice President of the Mayhem Motorcycle Club. For the first time in her life, Lacey considers staying…and then right before her eyes, her world falls apart, and she runs again. 

 “No more runnin’, Lacey. ‘Bout time you started fighting to stay.” – Roam. 

 **This is a stand-alone, full length novel with a happy ever after**

Fight to Stay begins with Lacey running away again and finding her best friend Jenn. Jenn works at a bar, and is dating a guy who is the leader of the local motorcycle club. While Lacey is trying to get things situated for herself she decides to go party with Jenn. There she ends up meeting a biker who she can't keep her eyes or hands off of. Things start to progress between them after a rocky start, and soon they develop into a crazy relationship. But there are people who are out to tear them apart, and it may happen sooner than they think.

 Lacey and Roam were awesome together. I really loved the chemistry, and their relationship. To me it was beautiful in a very weird way. But they weren't the only good characters the side characters were awesome as well. And the written was good, and faced paced. Then the overall plot line was very interesting as well. It had me wanting to slap Lacey a few times during the book though, but then I forgave her.. The only things that really bugged me were the first sex scene.. I didn't really understand how what happened really had any point in the story at all. And actually that's really the only thing that bothered me. The rest of the book was pretty awesome. And I really liked it.

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