Review: Striker (No Prisoners MC #1) by Lilly Atlas

Striker (No Prisoners MC, #1)

Striker (No Prisoners MC #1) by Lilly Atlas

Dr. Lila Emerson is finally free of the shadow of her politically connected family, with her new job in a small town Emergency Room. But her new peace is shattered when she encounters the dangerous, but compelling Striker. He’s everything she should stay away from, but all she craves. And since he keeps turning up in her ER, he’s hard to avoid.

As Vice President of No Prisoners outlaw motorcycle club, Striker is no stranger to violence. But when it touches the pretty doctor he wants in his bed, he’ll do anything to keep her safe. When Striker and Lila are thrust together, sparks fly and passions ignite. Before long they find themselves entangled in a relationship neither saw coming.

The MC can and will eliminate any threat against Lila, but what if they—and the man she’s falling for—are the reason she’s in danger?

Review:

4 Lila & Striker Stars on Goodreads

This is the first book in the No Prisoners series and focuses on Striker, the Vice-president of the No Prisoners club. He’s played it hard, partied harder and lived life to the full. He has no intentions on settling down and doesn’t have any plans to be tied down either. That is until he sets his sites on Dr. Lila Emerson. He can’t get her out of his head but he feels he has to stay away as his life wouldn’t go with a Doctors life.

I struggled a bit with the pacing a little and even though Strikers says he has to stay away from Lila but bounces back to her quickly enough. But when Lila gets in trouble he’s there for her full alpha force. He is possessive and just wants to protect Lila.

The secondary characters were great. I loved Jester and look forward to the next book in the series.

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