Published by Self Published on March 20, 2017
Genres: Fiction, Romance
Pages: 313 pages
Series: Biker MC Romance #4
SANDY – Grayson “Smokey” Wallace was a biker who was handsome, intelligent, ridiculously sexy, and a single dad.
His swagger alone melted me into a puddle the night we met. There was only one problem, he didn’t do relationships.
Knowing that tidbit of information beforehand was nice. It allowed me to get what I wanted from him and go on my merry way.
My plan, however didn’t work.
Not. At. All.
SMOKEY – The night I met Sandy I was after one thing and one thing only. Sex.
There’s only one member of the opposite sex who I’ve ever cared about - my daughter. And, I knew that would never change.
Or so I thought.
Walking away isn’t always as easy as one might think.
Up until I clicked to the last page of Rigid I didn’t know what I thought of its story, which seems to be the reoccurring theme with a Scott Hildreth story. There were some parts of it that I wasn’t completely feeling, but the entirety of Rigid helped me get over those parts and see the bigger picture.
I will admit that in Cholo’s story, Dirty, I didn’t care for Smokey’s character. Crazy enough it was the character traits that I couldn’t stand in him then that were what endeared me to his character in Rigid.
Now on the flip side, Sandy’s character was someone I enjoyed reading about in Dirty but in Rigid found myself somewhat bored with her character so much so that I skipped through some of her parts (oops). I’m telling you that since I’ve gotten hip to Hildreth’s writing this is rarity.
What really sold me on not just the characters but the story of Rigid was when Sandy and Smokey moved in together. This monumental event for both of them really forced them both to get right and leave all pretenses and reservations at the door. Even before they moved in together you know they’re compatible but you can’t really see how perfect they are for each other until they are having to be around each other day in and day out.
But like I said at the beginning of this review, when I clicked to the last page everything that these characters went through made sense. Rigid was a truly beautiful story and now that I’ve experienced its story I wouldn’t change the bad nor, especially, the good.