Life’s little edge by Roselle Graskey

Very interesting Read. This is an Uber fiction set in a biker community. Callan O’Malley is now a biker no one messes with as well as gun runner. A war hero turned bad, she flies solo and does not want to belong to any clubs. She lives life on the edge and her longest realtionship lasts no more than a week. That is until she “wins” Terri Barclay from her boyfriend at a poker table.

This is a very well constructed fic. The plot is good and believable, and the transition between past and present is well executed. The characters are well built and very likeable. There are definitely plenty of errors but the story pulls you in so much that you won’t care about them. It’s long but you will not care about that either, nor will you skim through ANY part of it because you will NOT be bored at any time. And it will keep you guessing until the end.

It’s probably the most interesting of this genre that I’ve read in a while because of the different setting and fresh approach. HIGHLY recommended.

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One Reply to “Life’s little edge by Roselle Graskey”

  1. Iwoman recommended this one to me and she was right – it is great. She's also right that there were plenty of very small errors but they don't slow you down.

    This is a tightly written, well thought out story. Once I got past the whole losing your woman in a poker game deal, I was well and truly sucked into the story and loved every minute of it.

    I've read thousands of fan fic stories and this one is one of the best.

    Thanks for the recommendation!

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