Ashby Holler by Jamie Zakian
(Ashby Holler, #1)
Published by: Limitless Publishing
Publication date: June 14th 2016
Genres: New Adult, Suspense
Sergeant at Arms for a deadly club of drug traffickers doesn’t sound like the ideal job for a nineteen-year-old girl…
But Sasha Ashby has never been typical, and she’s waited her entire life to sew a club patch on her leather jacket. Raised on violence and crime as part of Ashby Holler Trucking, while hiding her own dirty little secret, Sasha knows she can handle anything.
Now there’s a spot open at the table, and Sasha will do anything to secure it—including betray herself…
Her best friend and fellow prospect, Vinny, devises a stupidly brilliant plan—they fake a relationship. It’s a match the club president, who happens to be Sasha’s mother, has longed to see. It’s a good idea, in theory. Vinny knows she’s into girls, and what’s a little sex between friends? The ruse works well, elevating her in line for the coveted position, until Vinny’s older brother Dez gets out of jail and breezes into her seat.
There’s something about Dez that Sasha can’t shake…
She should hate him. It’s only natural after he snatched away her opportunity of a lifetime. But the instant Dez locks his fierce gaze on her, Sasha’s world turns upside down. In the midst of a war with a rival biker gang, Sasha must figure out what she needs most. Is it the gentle touch of her best friend Vinny, the savage hold of his dangerous brother, or the soft skin of the many women who crawl into the cab of her semi?
The timing couldn’t be worse, but the lies, deceit, and death that dwell in Ashby Holler wait for no woman.
[Review copy provided by Xpresso Book Tours in exchange of an honest review]
DNF at 8%
I am generally not a prude about books, but I have to be honest, this book was a waste of time.
I hated it.
Foul language, confusing scenes, pointless conversations… I can’t find words to even rant about it.
MAYBE its because I haven’t read the whole book, but I CAN’T think of anything that was good about the few pages I read.