★★★ Mica is 3! ★★★
2014, Mica was released into the world and so began the saga that is the Rebel
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Scott moved into a quiet Chicago suburb, she wasn’t ready for what she found.
Her new neighbor is bossy, kinda scary, and defines hotness. Sure, he’s a hunky
alpha male, the kind most women secretly long for, but the man oozes danger.
And Mica isn’t most women. After a chance encounter brings a new man to her
door, Mica struggles to find a path between what she wants, and what she needs.
Mica was raised on a ranch in Northeast Texas. Life was hard, but not
impossible…until she met her own personal nightmare one night at a rodeo. She
escaped his abuse by putting things behind her, isolating herself by moving to
Chicago for college and work.
Davis Mason is the hard-living president of the Rebel Wayfarers, a motorcycle
club operating out of Chicago. With just one encounter, he becomes determined
to keep Mica safe…whether she wants him to or not. He will use every asset in
his control to manage Mica, while holding himself aloof from taking the one
thing he really wants…her.
Daniel Rupert is a successful businessman. He owns a trucking company and a
hockey team, for which he is the star forward. Meeting Mica and Mason when he
helped foil an attempt on her life, he began working jointly with Mason to keep
her safe. But unlike Mason, Daniel is not satisfied with a platonic
relationship. He insinuates himself into Mica’s life, and he only
Events escalate and Mica’s very life hangs in the balance as old threats
resurface and the men in her life scramble to keep her alive.
18+ due to explicit content.
Series Reading Order & Series Buy Links
Mica, book #1
Free: A Sweet & Merry Christmas, #1.5
Slate, book #2
Bear, book #3
Jase, book #4
Gunny, book #5
Mason, book #6
Hoss, book #7
Free: Harddrive Holidays, #7.5
Duck, book #8
Biker Chick Campout, #8.5
Watcher, book #9
Gun Totin’ Annie, #9.5
Free: Secret Santa #9.75
Bones, book #10
Never Settle, #10.5
Road Runner’s Ride, #12.5
(Road Runners story was sent out to
newsletter subscribers as a serial, but is soon to be published as a complete
•Fury, book #11 – TBD
•Cassie, book #12 – TBD
Momma’s Review of Mica
Mica by MariaLisa deMora
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
My Review of Mica (Rebel Wayfarers MC #1)
by MariaLisa Demora
My Rating 3.5 Stars
This was a slow burn read for me. I’ve never read this author before and Rebel Wayfarers have been calling to me. There are many elements within this story and some that could be triggers for readers.
Mica’s story is very different for an MC read and not in a bad way. I did enjoy it and struggled with some parts but only because I wanted it to move a little quicker. Mica’s character made me crazy at times and the two men who were vying for her attention was definitely an interesting storyline with a lot of grit. I look forward to the next Rebel Wayfarer MC book because now I must finish this series!
** I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of his book in exchange for an honest review from Author **
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