Review of Gamble’s Risk (Riot MC, Biloxi) by Karen Renee @karenreneewrite @EJBookPromos

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5

Another great story in the Riot MC Biloxi series.

Gamble finds himself protecting the lawyer he had words with a while back when he went to pick up Fiona at the police station. He believes she’s too good for him and that their worlds are too far apart, but he can’t seem to get her out of his mind and when she ends up at the compound uninvited and unbeknownst to her, she finds a protector and a new group of unlikely friends.

Victoria is a public defender, and apparently not a very good one. She’s lost her case in court defending a man that really has no business being let out on the streets, but she also knew that he was not innocent of what he was being accused of, so when she lost the case and he ended up in jail, she wasn’t too upset about it. However, her losing her case does not look good for her if she wants to find a different law firm to work for. If only one of the many she has applied to would return call her for an interview.

I liked this story of opposites attract, figuring out love, and finding that one person that just gets you and accepts you as you are, no need to change for them. Gamble and Victoria are complete opposites, but they work perfectly as a couple. Gamble is a such a caring, protective, loyal man that any woman would be lucky to have interested in her. Victoria is a woman that stands on her own, but knows that when she needs help, she will have someone there to stand beside her and protect her. When she finds herself in danger, that person is Gamble and his club that come to her rescue and fight to protect her. The club is a family and when Gamble finally decides that he can’t fight his attraction anymore, his club will stand with him to protect his woman, even if they are a little late in that area. I give this book a 4-star review and I am really looking forward to Block and Heidi’s book next.

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