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Series: Bayou Devils MC
Juliette Shaw has everything a girl could ask for – a thriving business, a beautiful home, loyal friends, and a gorgeous fiancé – but she doesn’t remember any of it.
After a horrific car accident steals her father’s life and five years of her memory, she is lost in a world she doesn’t recognize and is desperately searching for answers. Nothing feels right and behind each clue from her past are more questions, so she does the only thing she can do – run.
Sawyer Michelson, brother of the Bayou Devils MC, looks intimidating as hell and a smart girl like Juliette knows better than to accept a ride from a stranger but there’s something about his deep blue eyes that puts Juliette at ease and pulls her in. He makes her heart race and the longer she spends with him, the more she discovers the sweet, funny, and loyal man beneath the mask. But even a thousand miles from home, danger seems to find her, leaving Juliette to wonder if it’s just bad luck or if she is in more trouble than she realized.
Can Juliette recover her past and find answers or will she lose more than just her memories this time?
Review by Jennifer Mitchell, Bibliolater
Special thanks to AM Myers for providing an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review.
Review: Never Let Me Go by AM Myers is the sixth book in the Bayou Devils MC series. I read it as a standalone novel and did not feel as if I was missing any pertinent information from books one thru five.
It is never easy for me to give a novel two stars. I try my best to justify at least three stars but in the name of honesty, I just can’t. Never Let Me Go just didn’t do it for me.
However, it is important to me, you and the author to remain respectful, so let me first tell you what I like about the story. Never Let Me Go has a pretty solid plot. It borderlines romantic suspense as the story revolves around Juliet’s amnesia. Poor Juliette lost five years worth of memories and retreats to the last place she could remember. If I was in her shoes, I would do the same and go back to the place that makes me feel the most comfortable.
Juliette and Sawyer are super cute together. Their attractions is instantaneous. It is love at first sight and they move forward with their relationship pretty damn quickly.
I didn’t know much about this series before reading this book but I love how the Bayou Motorcycle Club is not typical. Their mission / focus is on assisting women who want to leave / get out of abusive relationships. They even work with the police department. How amazing is that!
So why a Two-Star review? The book was just OK to me. You know I am big on character development and this novel lacks it. For example, the side characters of the MC and Juliette’s best friends and fiance were there for moral support only. I didn’t learn enough or interact with them enough to form any kind of connection.
The plot, albeit solid, moves a little fast. While reading, I sometimes felt like certain events kinda came out of left field if you know what I mean. Some plot twists are just so random when if built a little more would have not been so.
Closing Statement: There are unanswered questions and an unsolved mystery brewing in the background of this novel. I assume it has been happening throughout books one thru five as well. It’s a good way to keep readers coming back for more….to keep their curiosity up….to keep them intrigued.