Review of Aces Wild (Smokey Bandits MC, Book #1) by K.L. Ramsey @KLRamsey5

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5

A second chance at an HEA with an unexpected woman.

Ace is the president of the Smokey Bandits a club under the Royal B’s MC. His old lady, Charity, decided to look for greener pastures and took his little girl with her when she left, now he just wants his daughter back. He is also a partner in the casino and between both he is a man that is well off. When his little girl shows back up in the bar/club house with his old lady’s sister, Ace is happy to have his Arabella back with him.

Trinity is the younger sister to Charity and has her head on straight and her life on the path that she wants. However, it’s a lonely path and after dropping “Bella” off with Ace, Trinity is second guessing it. She doesn’t even know Ace, Charity is a woman that is always looking for the next best thing, how can Trinity be sure that little “Bella” is safe with Ace? She’s also like to have her niece in her life, so she decides to go see Ace and things find a way of working themselves out.

I really liked this story. I love Ms. Ramsey’s characters in all of her books. At the beginning of Aces Wild, I had such a different picture of Ace than what I found as I read the book. He’s two different people in a way, but he’s kind, generous, and a sexy single dad. Trinity seems to be a woman with a chip on her shoulder at first, but I think that just her first impressions and while reading the book, she is a warm, generous and sassy woman that just wants companionship and to feel wanted and loved. She’s has a hard life and now that she’s following her dreams things take a turn for her and she has to make a decision. I give this story a 4-star review and look forward to more of the series and any books by K.L. Ramsey, really.

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