Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Review: Bikers and Pearls by Vicki Wilkerson


Format: PDF provided by Entangled: Bliss in return for an honest review.

Sweet love story set in the south involving two people who couldn't be more opposite... and alike in some ways.

The story was very sweet and I enjoyed the chemistry between the two characters. April Church is an uptight country club wannabe trying to gain membership into an exclusive ladies club. Bullworth, "Bull", is a hard working gentleman in biker's gear with a sore heart.

In her efforts to gain membership, April attends an event to drum up ideas for fundraising for a sick child. Present are her stuffy country club group and a bunch of burly bikers. Anna starts the meeting off with a bike mysteriously falling and being damaged. Thus starts her crazy adventure with bikers, Bullworth, and romance.

The story was a little slow in the start, but picked up as the two lovebirds started to acknowledge their attraction together.
There were a few parts that made me crack up, and I appreciated that the author took the time to build the romance without the couple jumping right into bed together like some romance novels. Both have to overcome their personal prejudices and those of others around them if their romance will become reality.

Quick and easy romantic read.




Vicki Wilkerson

Vicki is a native of the Charleston, South Carolina, Lowcountry and loves to share her enchantment with the area with readers through her writing. Even in childhood, she enjoyed penning stories and poems--no doubt fueled by her grandfather's enthusiasm for telling tales himself. Where else--but in the South--could one find the interesting blend of salt water, eerie swamps, unwritten traditions and unique characters? In her spare time, she loves traveling, spending weekends at her family's lake house, playing golf and cooking (with lots of wine). Visit Vicki at .