Tuesday, January 3, 2017


Title: Rather Be Wrong
Series: Ronacks Motorcycle Club #3
Author: Debra Kayn
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Suspense/MC Romance
Release Date: January 3, 2017


Growing up with an absentee father never prepared her for the dysfunctional family journey she finds herself living. 

Heather Jones is settling in Montana as if her dad had never left her, the club had always been her family, and the women at Pine Bar and Grill were her life-long friends. Meeting Rod, the sexiest biker of Ronacks, distracts her in the most delicious way from the heartache she knows is coming. Because eventually, everyone she loves always ends up leaving her. 

Only he can keep her alive. 

As vice president of Ronacks Motorcycle Club, Rod wanted Heather the moment her fist hit his mouth. He should've known better than to believe the danger spinning around him wouldn't touch her. All the weapons, high security, and even his club can't protect Heather against the storm.

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Author Debra Kayn never fails to deliver a powerful, gripping and thrilling story with each book she releases and Rather Be Wrong was no exception. Seriously, this one she really had me at the edge of my seat with my heart pumping and stomach dropping at what she put her characters through. Things are not always as they seem and she proved that as Rod's past is revealed and what he's had to endure his entire life. I've been looking forward to Rod and Heather's story ever since their eventful first meeting. Heather shows both her strength and vulnerability as she becomes Rod's woman and being part of the Ronacks family. I loved the interaction with her dad, Swiss and it was heart warming to see them bond after so many years apart. I love how this author delves deeply into the lives of her characters and gives us the good, bad and ugly without missing a beat and just makes us feel. I loved every minute of reading this book and I cannot wait to see what this author has in store for us next.

I don’t know why I am surprised with every DK book, but I am. It is always an awesome surprise that really just makes me love this author more.
Rather Be Wrong is more, to me, a psychological thriller. It will keep you on the edge of your seat till the very end. The depth of her character development with Rod will take your breath away. This book is not only a love story between Heather and Rod, but the true testament of the human spirit when faced with something so vile that you have no choice, but self-survival.
That is all I am going to say about that.
I would also like to give a big THANK YOU to Ms. Kayn for her having a level headed, mature, strong female character. This is another reason I love this author. When all I read are simpering, drama filled heroines it is nice to read a character that knows her own mind and doesn’t put the hero through the ringer due to her own insecurities. This book shows that even though 2 people have baggage, they do not do let that stand in the way of their happiness and getting their HEA.
It is rocky at times? You betcha
Does it have the protective hero we love from DK?
Does it have the MC romance element we love so much in this genre?
You might even learn something new about MC terminology in this book!

This is a 5 star read for me & a great start to 2017!


The light in her eyes turned to concern and puckered her brows. "Are you okay?" 

His heart drummed inside of him, and he moistened his lips. Taken aback, he'd never had anyone ask him that question and feel like they honestly wanted to know the answer. 

He nodded. "I'm good. A little stiff and sore but good." 

Heather shook her head and leaned closer to the table, reaching for his hand. He crossed his arms. 

"Don't be like that," she whispered. "I care about you." 


Her eyes widened. "Don't care?" 

"Shit is going on, Heather. You look out for yourself and stay away from me." His rapid heartbeat made his chest hurt, and he forced a deeper breath inside of him. "I shouldn't have played around with you. You're a good woman." 

"And, what? You're a bad man?" Heather smirked. "Give that story to someone else. Whatever is going on with you has everything to do with you being attacked. It's not about how I enjoy your company, and you've shown me you're interested." 

"Like I said, you're a good—" 

"I am." She stood from the table, stepped toward him, and bent down. "You're also good. That doesn't mean I'll let you act like an asshole toward me. Go home, get some rest, and for God's sake, take care of yourself." 

She kissed the top of his head, shocking him. All he could do was sit there and watch her walk up to the group of women across the room and join their conversation. She'd spoken words as if ordering him around and yet delivered them softly he could still feel the vibration of warmth she'd left behind in his chest. That feeling had him feeling better than he'd felt since he got his ass handed to him. 

Heather leaned forward. Her hard, round ass pressed tight against her jeans. He stretched his leg out, leaned back in the chair, and wondered if Heather was aware of him ogling her. She shifted her hips side to side and then straightened, tilting back her head, and drinking from a bottle of beer. 

Not from a glass, which Gia preferred. 

Not a mixed drink, which Jana consumed. 

No, Heather wrapped her slim fingers around the cold bottle and drank as if she enjoyed simply putting her lips on the glass. 

Rod brushed the back of his hand across his lips. He'd taken things slow and gotten to know her without putting any demands on her and had enjoyed every fucking minute of frustration. 

He hadn't planned a relationship with Heather. It happened the moment she'd stepped forward without stepping back and decked him in the mouth. Her strength surprised the shit out of him. Most people backed away. 

Drawn to that strength, he discovered pure softness. It wasn't easy to get behind the layer of safety she carried herself. Short on sharing and hesitant of his intentions, she'd slowly let down her guard until he was afraid of hurting her. Hurting Swiss. Hurting the club. 

If he were a good man, he'd have her in his bed every night and keep her to himself because he hated the thought of one of his MC brothers having her. But even Heather could see he was an asshole at heart. 

He had to be. 

Because he was one. 

He shook his head, looked away from the woman who made him forget and stood. It was time to get out of here and go find the person after him. He never once believed the attack was a random hit.

He wasn't that lucky.

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Author Bio
Debra Kayn is the author of the Bestselling Bantorus MC series, Moroad MC series, Red Light: Silver Girls series, Hard Body series, Playing For hearts series, and a huge backlist of books.

She lives with her family in the Bitterroot Mountains of beautiful Northern Idaho where she enjoys the outdoors, the four seasons, and small-town living.

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