Book Review – Gingersnap (Odin’s Fury Motorcycle Club Book 4) by Victoria Jayne

This book picks up right where Dash (Book 3) left off. Dash and Gingersnap are the perfect play partners for one another in the kink lifestyle. But can she handle having a man in her life who is a part of a motorcycle club that is involved in criminal activity? Is Dash willing to trust Gingersnap to make her own decisions or will he try and make life choices for her?

My absolute favorite thing about the story of Dash and Gingersnap is the fact that Victoria Jayne is careful to include the necessary discussions about hard limits, safe words, consent, and the like. While it’s not the most exciting part of the plot, it’s probably the most important for her readers in case there are those unfamiliar with the kink lifestyle.

I’m fully invested in the lives of the men in the Odin’s Fury Motorcycle Club series and can’t wait to see what’s next!

Book Review – Dash (Odin’s Fury Motorcycle Club Book 3) by Victoria Jayne

We’ve already met Dash in the first two books in this series. This book gives us a deeper look into Dash’s life; specifically his interest and experience in the kink lifestyle. But there’s a problem – he’s temporarily in Ohio to help get the newly patched over branch of the club on its feet and he doesn’t know anyone in the lifestyle near where he is currently living.

Luckily the internet provides some connections and before too long, he meets a woman who goes by the name Gingersnap. She’s been out of the lifestyle for a few years due to a really lousy relationship. At the encouragement of a friend, she’s testing the waters again to see if she can find a safe, trustworthy play partner again. After meeting a couple of public events, Dash and Gingersnap exchange numbers and agree that they’d like to set up a private “play session.”

What neither of them counted on was developing feelings for one another. Can a man from a motorcycle club with criminal ties find happiness with a home health nurse? What happens when the Ohio branch of the club is running smoothly and Dash is given the okay to leave? And with threats from outside sources force Dash to push Gingersnap away to keep her safe?