Rating: ★★★★| 72 pages | Contemporary | Self-Pub | Release Date: 11/13/2018
Grad student Pinky Grover temporarily returns to her small Midwestern hometown to help run the family’s Indian restaurant and is surprised to discover the local biker gang has made themselves regulars. Everyone in town knows The Eagles Motorcycle club is dangerous including their enforcer Tyson “Trucker” Carrigan. But Pinky can’t keep her eyes off him and thinks there may be more to the brawler than meets the eye.
This is not your average motorcycle romance. Snyder does such a good job subverting and even calling out some of the problematic issues in MC romance without feeling preachy and still telling a compelling story.
The POV shifts did take me a little getting used to. Pinky’s POV is in first person and Trucker’s is in third person and as we get towards the end there is no delineation between when one starts and the other one stops. I’m seeing that switch up of POV in books more and it always throws me off.
This is a super sexy, pop culture-fueled, bantery romp that balances both humor and serious issues in a satisfying way. If motorcycle romance makes you rage-y take a chance on Tikka Chance on Me.