Review: Shoot the Moon by Jani Kay (Scorpio Stinger MC #6)

Note: This ARC was provided by the author via Give Me Books Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Shoot the Moon is the latest release in the Scorpio Stinger MC series and is the story of Jessie "Razor" Malone and Alexis "Lexi" Clarke. Razor has wanted Lexi for so long, but he knows that the feeling isn't mutual. Lexi only seems to have eyes for Ryder Knox, Scorpio Stingers' very own VP. She seems to conveniently forget that Ryder's heart belong to her cousin and their children. When the opportunity to make a claim on Lexi comes along, Razor takes it, even if it means only having her for all of a week's time. Lexi doesn't seem too thrilled over the prospect of being with Razor for seven days but she's about to see a side of him he's rarely shown anyone else. Razor wants to prove to Lexi that the can be the kind of man who deserves to be with a woman like her. even if it may seem impossible.

This was a pretty quick and pretty good motorcycle romance. It had the requisite violence and romance that one looks for in stories that fall in this sub-genre and Lexi and Razor were intriguing characters who clearly had their respective share of issues that have shaped them into the people they are now. There were times that I felt the flow of the story was choppy, especially when moving from one chapter to another. It didn't happen all the time but enough times for me to take note of. While we do get a happily-ever-after in this story, I do wish that we could have delved a bit more into Razor and Lexi as individuals and had them both working out the complexities of their non-relationship before riding off into the sunset on Razor's bike. Still, Shoot the Moon was an okay read. 3.5 stars. ♥

Release Date: 05 December 2016

Date Read: 05 December 2016

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