Review: Riggs’ Ruin (Kings Reapers MC #1) by Nicola Jane

Riggs' Ruin (Kings Reapers MC, #1)

Riggs’ Ruin

(Kings Reapers MC #1)

by Nicola Jane


I stormed into his bar to tell this arrogant son of a bitch to keep his kid away from mine. My daughter Malia means more to me than anything else in this world. I knew before I walked in he was the leader of a notorious biker gang, but I didn’t care.

I realize far too late that going into his bar was a massive mistake. It put me directly on his radar and that’s somewhere I never wanted to be.

I came to him for one thing, to speak my mind and be done with it. Suddenly, this man is everywhere I turn and I don’t know what to think.


I swore I’d never let myself get into another relationship after my last one ended in a catastrophic manner. The only things that’re important to me are my kid, and my club. I was happy living my life the way I have been for years. That is, until a sassy-mouthed woman walks into my bar.

Anna Miller.

The first thing out of her mouth was an insult. One interaction and the woman immediately got under my skin. Before long I’m not thinking with my head anymore. Especially as her past catches up with her.

Does she realize the lengths I’ll go to protect what’s important to me? I’m not gonna let her go without a fight.


4 Riggs’ Ruin Stars

This is my first read from Nicola Jane. Being the first book in the series we get to meet a good range of characters that don’t have their crap together.

“Stop looking at me like that,” he whispers. “It makes me do stupid things.”

The secondary characters being just as good as the mains this is always a must for me.

Yes this was a good read, yes there the storyline was good but it was missing something but won’t stop me from picking up the second book in this series.


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