Series: The Last Riders #9
on October 26, 2016
Pages: 407 pages
Beware of what you wish for; it might just come true.
Train swore never to let a woman get under his skin unless it meant forever, and forever only meant belonging to The Last Riders. He had believed his one brief sexual encounter with Killyama was a hit it and quit it. Instead, her green eyes haunted his memories. Then when he tried to convince the woman he was serious as his “more the merrier” lifestyle became a painful reminder of the life he lived, Killyama used his own club against him to keep him from what he wanted.
Killyama was holding out for a man who could offer her forever, and Train wasn’t the forever kind of man. He was a Mr. Here and Now; the wicked warrior in her dreams. He might be a walking, talking sex machine, but she needed more than that. So, until he proved she was the only one sharing his bed, the only part of her body he was going to see was her ass walking away.
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, and explicit language offends you.
*NOTE TO READERS*
This book is a stand alone story. However, to receive the full experience these books are recommended before "Train's Clash" in the following order:
Razer's Ride (The Last Riders, #1)
Viper's Run (The Last Riders, #2)
Knox's Stand (The Last Riders, #3)
Sex Piston (Biker Bitches, #1)
Teased (The VIP Room, #1)
Tainted (The VIP Room, #2)
Shade's Fall (The Last Riders, #4)
King (The VIP Room, #3)
Cash (The Last Riders, #5)
Fat Louise (Biker Bitches, #2)
Shade (The Last Riders, #6)
Lucky's Choice (The Last Riders, #7)
Merry Blissmas (Biker Bitches, #3)
Winter's Touch (The Last Riders, #8)
Finally! The story I’ve been waiting for out of the Last Rider and Biker Bitches series has finally arrived and I couldn’t be more happy with the way things played out between Train and Killyama.
With Train’s Clash started off the way it did all the assumptions and preconceived notions that I had about Train and Killyama’s story were left without any merit. I will admit that I was disappointed about that, but when it was revealed that Killyama wasn’t African American as I always thought that she was my disappointment sort of took a whole new life.
Out of all the books since Killyama and the Biker Bitches stepped on the scene I always envisioned her as a black woman. From the way she talked and carried herself my imagination immediately went to her imitating many a black woman that I’ve met and who are reflected in my family. But I think my disappointment mainly stemmed from the fact that I had sold myself the dream and hope that Train’s Clash was going to be the first interracial story out of all 3 interconnected stories (The Last Riders, Biker Bitches, and VIP Rooms). My disappointment didn’t last long though because I easily became immersed in the story.
A lot was explained and shown about what all made Killyama the woman we read about in the previous and current book in the Last Rider and Biker Bitches series. I’m so glad that Killyama had layers to her that provided a well-rounded and unique character because after all the mystery and pussy footing her and Train did it would’ve sucked it we were given this one dimensional story and then told that was the end for them.
The depth of Train’s character was also a surprise. In almost every Last Rider story he has been the quiet and reserved one, more so than Shade, so I was surprised to find out that he’s a hot head. Another great thing, while I thought that my interracial story was going to come about because of Killyama’s ethnicity it actually came from Trains’.
As Jamie Begley was describing Train I found myself practically drooling. Killyama with her fiery red hair falling in love with the Native American in Train I was in love even more with the story.
***Diversity of any kind in any story is starting to become an insatiable hunger in me and when I find it I will definitely gush about it, but don’t ever think that I’m being disrespectful or racist because I point out these beautiful differences.
I couldn’t have asked for a better story for the two dominant characters that I have been shipping and rooting for since their attraction first fell on the pages of this series. That 2nd epilogue, though, about broke me, but I hope with all the heart rending that Begley is doing that these are hints that we’ll have stories in the future of the second generation Last Riders. If these aren’t hints though then I have to believe that Begley just loves to torture her readers with not only the passing of our favorite characters but the hope that comes with the children they have raised and loved.