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It Ain't Me, Babe - Tillie Cole


First let me say that I loved this book. I thought it was so very different from other MC books with the where Salome aka "Mae" comes from. It was a little too easy that she gets dropped off right at their compound, and there were a few other convenient things that happened which dropped my reivew down from a full five stars to four. But for the most part it was very original and very good.

It it was definitely different to have a hero , River aka Styx, who was unapologetic about who he was and what he did. He knew that he wasn't any good for Mae, and should let her be out in the world to decide what she wanted, but he just couldn't walk away once he found the girl that he'd even thought had been a dream for fifteen years. That fact that he communicated in a completely different was was also extrodinary for who he was in the club.

I was so upset with Rider for most of the book and how he treated Mae, until I figured out who he really was and how nuts he really was. I never wanted her with him. At first he seemed nice to her, but there was just something that bothered me about him. No MC goes against his President even if he thinks he's in love with the same woman. I knew he was too comfortable with being antagonizing to Styx. That just didn't sit well with me.

I loved what the author called the Psyco Trio.

At the end I was freaking out hoping there was going to be sequels and now I see there there will be. I'm praying for Lilah/Ky and Maddie/Flame books. When Maddie hugged flame and his first reaction was to stick his arms up in the air, I laughed so hard. I'm laughing now writing about it. 

I'm so looking forward to more from this series and author.

Source: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/932368911