Review: Hard (Filthy F*ckers MC #1) by Scott Hildreth

Tuesday, August 2
My rating:

Peyton Price
Given an assignment to write an article on an outlaw motorcycle club, what award-winning journalist would say no? Not me. I had a weakness for bad-boys, tattoos, and men on motorcycles.

But Nick Navarro wasn't a typical biker. He wasn't even a typical outlaw.

Nick Navarro
As president of the Filthy F*ckers MC, when I was offered an opportunity to be interviewed by a local journalist, I didn't accept for the notoriety or the publicity. I agreed to get a shot at the 27 year-old p*ssy between the journalist's legs.

She had plans to get in and get out, and do so quick.

But once I lay claim to something, it's mine.

Until I decide otherwise.


Ooooh, the vengeance is strong in this one!

I'm not ashamed to admit I was cheering for Pee Bee in the gruesome - and it is gruesome - POV Scott Hildreth gives him. Like - literal cheering.


What I loved:
- Peyton was independent, forward, adventurous, proactive, confident - or at least smart enough to try and fake confidence when she wasn't feeling it - and she has an indomitable spirit. I wanted so many good things for her, and SH let her have them!
- Nick was different to other MC heroes I've read - he was the same type of hard, closed off, demanding, bossy, stoic alpha I've come to love, but he was surprisingly gentle, and aware. With the shitty thing that happens, he holds shit down like I hoped he would.
So proud of the whole club, really.
- Scott Hildreth is a smart writer. I've already pledged my undying love to his characters, but the writing itself was beautiful. The backstory about Peyton's mum and dad, Nick's time in the war, his relationship with his dad - it all sunk so deep into my bones.
- The banter! Every conversation between Pee Bee and Nick had me beaming like one of those manga cartoon girls.


Just like to put it out there that this says its FFMC book 1. I'm going to go ahead and assume beg that Pee Bee gets the next book. Ok, thanks.

What I didn’t love:
- I couldn't believe I was at the end. The book just flew by. This is a legitimate complaint, I tell you!

Loved it. Would read the phonebook if SH wrote it, but in the meantime I don't have to prove bugger all to anybody because I have some serious Scott Hildreth binge reading to do. Just not sure where to start...

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