Taming Lucca

Taming Lucca

Title:Taming Lucca
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
Format Type:Kindle Edition

The wall was put into place to protect the rich and the privileged from the fallout of a catastrophic natural disaster that destroyed half the world. The world outside the wall was left to the lawless, while behind the wall the class system was only fair to those born in the upper districts. They ruled the lower class with fear of the being forced into the lawless world outside of the wall.

Molly Daniels a mechanic living in the Slum district is convinced she’s found love or maybe just a way out of her servitude. Instead she finds herself abandoned by her lover and her family, and thrust into the world outside the wall. Fearful and alone she tries to find her way in a world that’s filled with unknown dangers. Only to find that the world outside might just be better than the one she was forced to leave behind.

Lucca “Bone” Brighton is the president of the Red Devil MC. His only family is his MC. When Molly ends up in his town sick he saves her life and decides to keep her, only Molly doesn’t make life easy. Not getting what he wants isn’t making him happy. But when a rival club kidnaps Molly, he realizes that he’s not letting her go without a fight. This Prez isn’t lying down anytime soon, and he’s not allowing anyone to take Molly from the Red Devils until he’s dead.

Alternative Cover Edition ASIN: B00JKQD66U

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    Taming Lucca Reviews

  • SB*needs low angst books*

    3.5In this book, there was a catastrophic natural disaster. A wall was built to protect the rich and privileged from it but it also had a lower class scared to live outside the wall because it was law...

  • Judy

    A combination of a dystopian world and a MC living outside the walls of the privileged city. I was surprised how much I liked the beginning of this series. But I have read the Blue Bandits series, whi...

  • ~`*Ella Lee*`~

    3.5 Stars....This was a fairly good, hot read. I felt like the "world building" needed a little more description, additions to make it more interesting. It just needed more...something - it was a good...

  • Fatimama

    I had high hopes but the poor editing and poor writing pissed me off. The book needed an editor or even a proofreader at least as there were so many missing commas, run ons, wrong spellings, and just ...

  • Dayreader Reviews

    Michelle Wood's Taming Lucca is not the conventional MC read. Michelle creates a dystopian world, where a natural disaster has divided a city between the rich - known as the Hillies, and the workers, ...

  • Tanya

    This combined two seemingly diverse categories, dystopian and motorcycle club romances. Dystopian, I have to say, is my absolute favorite. I love to read what an author has envisioned as a post-holoca...

  • Frank Tesch

    EhI like the world. Bone was cool but did come off as a dick. Molly was grounded and likeable. The action was lacking like it was hardly there. The kidnapping was done fast and zipped by way to fast. ...

  • JJH--Judy

    3 1/2-4 stars. Rather sweet mc romance. Liked the kind of futuristic/wild feeling. Alpha, yet sweet H (who definitely has a case of "instant lust/love"), and a rather innocent but strong willed h. Pre...

  • M

    I would like to tell you Im in love with your books, but Taming Lucca has some major flaws. It has horrible grammar, puncuation, and is extremely hard to follow sometimes. It honestly looks and reads ...

  • Carla Shivers

    This book was good for me even though I am not a big fan of mc books. It kept my interest and did not drag out the story line which is always a plus. It was a different plot as well with the futuristi...