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Lucky’s Choice – Jamie Begley

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Life dealt him a dead man’s hand.

Lucky had always led a life of service. Always put his life on the line for someone else, managing to survive by pure luck and skill. After bringing an end to a multi-state drug ring, he was finally able to live the life he had wanted as a Last Rider…

A good man would walk away and not touch the curvy woman who had been tugging on his heartstrings. Lucky wasn’t a good man. Therefore, the bad-ass biker in him had a choice: once again become the man he had pretended to be and stake his claim, or take the devil’s highway.

Some girls had all the luck.

Willa wasn’t one of them. All she wanted to do was give a home to the children she had made orphans. Instead, she found herself needing help from the man who had left the pulpit behind to embrace a life of sin.

Painfully shy and withdrawn she wanted a quiet life, a simple man, and well-behaved children. The last thing she had ever expected was for Lucky to want her size twenty body and show her a passion that would lead her straight to hell.

This work of fiction is intended for mature audiences only. All sexually active characters portrayed in this ebook are eighteen years of age or older. Please do not buy if strong sexual situations, multiple partners, violence, drugs, domestic discipline, BBW, and explicit language offends you.

So I started this by reading Razer’s RideViper’s Run and Knox’s stand and Sex PistonTeasedTaintedShade’s FallKingCash’s Fight, Fat Louise, Riot, Shade, Stand Off and now Lucky’s Choice. I would highly reccommend reading it in the order I have just put above because the series is so much better that way! You get all sides and it is just fantastic!

This will contain spoilers.

Willa. This girl has been a golden egg through the other books with her baking and her reactions and sweetness and oh my god she is a lovely sweet woman and she is one of my favourite characters.

Lucky. Has always been a favourite for me, and we find out so much more about the mystery that is Lucky and I loved it. I also thought at times I really don’t know he managed to be a Pastor (Fun fact: So I work at a nursery that is based in my local church. When I first heard this word I thought it meant like actual pasta… I don’t know what this says about me.) because damn so many times through this Lucky lost his cool but you know I forgive him because he’s a special little egg that needs protecting at all times. Along with Willa obviously.

I live how Lucky is so mad about someone slagging off Willa like boy open your eyes you care for this woman. Open your eyes and just be with her, so many times I was rolling my eyes at this man because damn he needed a slap and a talking to which of course Shade has great advantage of doing.

Willa has so much sass and I love it. She is the most selfless kind human ever like I don’t know what woman would optionally choose to foster 5 children ranging from teens to toddler like this woman deserved a medal. I loved when she finally started accepting help with the kids, it was hard watching her struggle with everything and I just wanted to give her a big hug and never let her go.

King is fucking hilarious and a genius really he is talking to Lucky about Evie and everyone else thinking he’s useless around the house and honestly his reasoning for everything is fucking hilarious:

“I also have the advantage of seeing the men my wife used to fuck have to do my shit jobs.”

Lucky is great with kids and every time he picked up the kids it made my heart melt and it was so cute. Also Lucky agreeing to marry Willa so she can keep the kids is cute but damn man open your eyes. Lucky just tell the woman the truth, she deserves to know why you are intent on pushing people away!

So we had a lovely and rare appearance from Penni in this book for Willa’s bachelor party with Beth, Lily, Winter, Rachel and the Biker Bitches and oh my god it’s just like Penni to accidently give everyone alcohol poisoning by giving them a hell of a lot of moonshine from the Porters. I also loved the next day the only ones at church were Lily and Willa and that Lucky made a joke about taking a moment to prepare Penni’s eulogy because she might be dead when Killyama gets her hands on her as she had her stomach pumped after the moonshine.

Haha Knox trying to get Willa to keep the dog, the thick guilt trip he lays on her so she will keep Ria. Also the fact that Lucky went such a way about giving Willa a dog he brought to protect her but the dog was so cute.

Knox calling out Lucky is hilarious I love how all the other brothers’ just all agree he’s a dumbass for not snapping up Willa and honestly I agree with them all.

I love Beth and Lily these girls are so precious and I just love how they are so supportive of Willa.

Poor Ria. I was still not prepared although this is the second time reading it for that dog to die whilst trying to protect Willa being hit by a car was not prepared at all. Although thankfully this happened made Lucky kick his own ass and realise he could lose Willa. She also had to deal with the kids leaving and that was heartbreaking as well as her and Lucky’s fake engagement being over and damn it was a hard few chapters that broke my heart.

Then fast forward a couple of months Lucky and Willa are dating and engaged to be married and the wedding is so cute and so them and I love it. It also amused me that on their wedding night whilst Willa was bathing that Lucky was sat playing the PS4 waiting for her.

Shade is legit Cupid. Come at me. I’ll fight everyone on this for all the brother he tries to make them see sense when it comes to their love lives and he even goes an extra step further telling Willa about Lucky’s PTSD and his time in the army and for Willa to help Lucky I just love it. Shade is legit cupid in this book.

It’s very interesting that Shade and the others goading Lucky into fighting to help him blow off some steam and it’s revealed by Shade to Willa that it probably is one of the many things keeping him going.

So we discover from the first few chapters that Lucky’s kink is knife play and although he never revealed to Willa about it, she found out from Killyama when she was getting her hair done. When Willa does finally have the guts to ask why Killyama knows about the knife play. I never expected what he would say next. Killyama heard Lucky and the others from the basement and barged in with a gun and nearly broke his hand. I fucking love Killyama. Although it’s also amusing that Lucky only thinks she came down to make sure it wasn’t Train.

I love that Willa is willing to give a chance in clubhouse, that for Lucky and for what he needs she is willing to give up what she knows to go and live in the clubhouse.

My favourite ever scene I think it might have to be is when Willa is telling everyone off in the clubhouse. It’s like as soon as she started she couldn’t stop and it was brilliant how everyone just didn’t think she could explode and when she did boy did they listen.

So Bliss is voted out of The Last Riders during this book for hurting Lucky by being mean to Willa. It is revealed that the women get voted out the same way they got voted in and it was revealed the last vote Bliss has 6 out of 8. When Viper does a vote again Bliss gets 8 out of 8 votes and is kicked out The Last Riders. I so have mixed feelings about Bliss because she can be really nice and then a total unbearable bitch.

Sissy is a twat. I can’t believe she was that angry at Willa that she was willing to try and get her killed.

I love that the running joke through this is that Willa keeps changing her will but it becomes a shock when they realised she only made her will when she realised she had a target on her back from being with Lucky. Obviously Lucky is always prepared and actually Willa has a bodyguard she doesn’t know about.

I love how sneaky Willa can be. We’ve seen Lucky struggle with being a pastor and following the rules of a baptist church so for Willa he left the Last Riders and went back to the church and then Willa and he returned to The Last Riders and left the church once more. It was revealed that Lucky had no problem with his faith and very much still believed what he couldn’t cope with was the strict rules of a pastor of a baptist church. I love that the people of the church came to clubhouse to ask for Lucky to be their pastor again by changing the type of church they are. I love that all the community was willing to let Lucky have it both ways and I just love the support.

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