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Gwendolyn Grace is a contemporary and erotic romance writer. Her debut novel True made Amazon's Top 100 best selling list in Women's Fiction. She loves writing steamy stories full of emotion, love, and a little bit of angst but promises wrap it all up with a happy ending somehow. When not daydreaming about fictional characters, she tries to be a fairly decent wife and an attentive mother. In her spare time, she is a blogger and book reviewer however writing has been her passion for as long as she can remember.

Undeniable

Undeniable - Madeline Sheehan Man oh Man, Awful! Just all kinds of wrong but completely AWESOME at the same time! "You feel me?" as Deuce would say! I could not put it down, it was like a watching a train wreck so I ended up reading in a day. I really do not know much about the biker lifestyle so very early on I had to put my feminist views on the back burner and just go with it. This story was just grimy! Do not expect to read about an innocent girl who captures that heart of a bad ass. Eva has grit. Now is Deuce for me? Probably not unless your dream is be called "My old lady." and your ideal marriage proposal sound something like "I want you on the back of my bike and in my bed." Hey but it seems to work for other biker chicks! I had to get over my initial shock on the treatment of biker women, there is very little respect for them but at the same time these women allowed themselves to be treated this way. Again don't know much about biker lifestyles so maybe that is how it is. Point in case (without giving anything away). There was a heated argument between two women where one calls the other a bitch, the response was something to the effect of "Did you just call me a bitch?" Now mind you this same girl has been called a bitch repeatedly by other biker guys as if that was her first name, and her head never snapped back at that them. Interesting...I also love the speech Deuce gave the young biker boys about respecting women. Hmm, really Deuce?

I would give it five stars but I'm holding one back out of respect for my inner feminist.