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Shade's Fall (The Last Riders Book 4) (English Edition)

Shade's Fall (The Last Riders Book 4) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Jamie Begley
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Shade is everything Lily doesn't want in a man. He's rude, obnoxious and he's definitely not a cowboy. The tattooed enforcer for The Last Riders is a mystery Lily doesn't want to solve. He's too much for her to handle, especially with the nightmares from her past constantly threatening her sanity.

Lily is everything Shade wants in a woman. She's sweet, kind and submissive. When she discovers the truth about The Last Riders, it threatens to tear apart every relationship within the club. Her rebellion causes the predatory instincts to rise in the ex Navy SEAL sniper.

When The Last Riders are threatened by another motorcycle club just as determined to claim Lily, Shade is her only hope of surviving the approaching confrontation. Could their passion be Shade's downfall?

This work of fiction is intended for mature audiences only. All sexually active characters portrayed in this ebook are eighteen years of age or older. Please do not buy if strong sexual situations, multiple partners, violence, drugs, child abuse, domestic discipline, and explicit language offends you.

This book is a stand alone story. However, to receive the full experience these books are recommended before "Shade's Fall" in the following order:

Razer's Ride (The Last Riders, #1)
Viper's Run (The Last Riders, #2)
Knox's Stand (The Last Riders, #3)
Sex Piston (Biker Bitches, #1)
Teased (The VIP Room, #1)
Tainted (The VIP Room, #2)


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2757 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 457 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0692200010
  • Verlag: Young Ink Press (19. März 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00J47HAUS
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Es geht genial weiter! 16. Mai 2014
Von daxie1968
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Shades und Lilys Geschichte ist herzergreifend, spannend und wunderschön!!! Die ganzen Handlungsstränge die auch mit den anderen Serien verknüpft sind machen diese Bücher einfach etwas ganz besonderes. Habe jetzt alle Bücher gelesen und jedes Buch war auf seine Art toll!

Man sollte die Bücher in Reihenfolge lesen!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Der absolute Hammer!! 21. März 2014
Von Ute Erens
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Dieses Buch ist meiner Meinung nach das Beste was Jamie bisher geschrieben hat. Alle Last Riders Buecher sind toll geschrieben , wobei die Charaktere alle ihre besonderen Tiefen haben und in jeder Story war ich sofort mittendrin, aber das Buch toppt alles. Shade und Lily's Geschichte ist mit Megafeingefuehl geschrieben, hat immer wieder unerwartete Wendungen ,bringt mich zum Lachen und ist das Beste was ich an Bikerbuechern gelesen habe.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen What happened to the Shade and Lily we met in the first three books? 24. März 2014
Von Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews - Veröffentlicht auf
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3.5 Stars

Fans of Jamie Begley's Last Rider's series have been impatiently waiting for Shade and Lily's story since we were introduced to them in Razer's Ride. We have watched Shade want Lily while he was waiting for the right time to claim her as his own thinking that their story is going to be the one that actually sets our Kindles or Nooks on fire. Unfortunately in reality what we get is a watered down version that was filled with contradictions and made me feel at times that I was attending a Sunday Church service. Now before you all try to come and lynch me, I did like it but I did not love it like I have with the previous books. Also finding out that I should have read the books in her VIP series first because they tie into Shade's Fall was irritating as well.

We all have known that Lily has issues. It was plain and obvious from the start that something happened to her that made her basically scared of her own shadow. She is a walking contradiction at times. Lily hates being around alcohol but yet is upset that she isn't allowed in the clubhouse of The Last Riders, her dream man is a "cowboy" as a husband and have a family, yet she won't have sex with anyone. One minute she is scared of bikers, the next she can walk right up and talk to one like he was a Pastor at a church. The list goes on and on. I was really hoping that Lily would come out of her shell and turn into that wild child that was sometimes hinted at in other books. That she would be worthy of being a Last Rider and her membership is never even brought up. When you learn what happens to her before she came into Beth's family it is heart breaking and you understand better why she is the way she is. The way she moves past it just has my head shaking like really what did I just read.

Shade is still as sexy as ever but even he is tamed down and not at all the overly dominant man that he has been previously. He is still possessive and is dominant but I thought he would be a lot more by the way we have been lead to believe. In previous books you just know how sexual this man is, that if you spent time with him you would walk away very satisfied but in this one it's like he is a shell of his previous self. I was waiting for some of those super-hot scenes that we are used to when getting votes for membership and here it's quickly mentioned that he has markers for some votes but nothing is said about Lily officially joining. He goes after Lily finally in his own way, his approach at times had me rolling my eyes and asking what are they in Kindergarten?

Overall I am let down by Shade's Fall, I had such high hopes and could not wait for this one to release and when I was finished reading I felt a sense of disappointment of being let down by a book that was just ok in my opinion. I hope that the next book in this series is back to the level that I have come to expect in this series.

Note from DiDi - I agree 100% with Cheyenne's review, but I give it 3 stars. Maybe I gave it lower because I DID read the VIP series before Shade's Fall and that OMG! part in TAINTED that ties into Shade's Fall in a major way, was really anti-climatic, it was like "Oh really? Ok." Three days after finishing the book and I am still disgusted with the way Shade treated Lily, I did love the way he pulled off that ONE special moment, but even that didn't really fit with the way he had been treating Lily. I was really disappointed in Shade and Lily's story, it just didn't live up to all the build up in the previous books. *Maybe SPOILER* I don't feel the scene with Lily, Diamond, Knox and Shade was true to Lily or Diamond's character, or even Shade's he couldn't stand for other men to even hug Lily, yet he had no issue with Knox seeing her naked?? Another HUGE issue for me was Lily's safe word - anyone with any minimal knowledge of BDSM knows the safe word is the most important aspect to the sub giving her trust. It means that ANYTIME she feels unsure, unsafe, pushed beyond her limits she can use it and her Dom automatically stops. Shade didn't allow this with punishments and I totally wanted to throw my Kindle across the room.****

And PLEASE! I hope Ms. Begley gets rid of that skank Bliss, she is a troublemaker and always plays the "Oh I'm so sorry!" card when she gets caught!!! I have no interest at all in stories for Evie, Stori, Bliss or any of the female club members. I can't suspend my belief far enough to believe any man would let his woman continue to be around all the guys she screwed many times many ways. I have a hard enough time believing Winter, Diamond, Beth and Lily allow their men to still be around Evie and crew. Of course when the men straight out tell them that if they want to be with them they have to accept Evie and crew, I guess these women put up with it. Honestly I don't find Winter, Diamond, Beth or Lily to be strong leads, they give in to easy. The only females I feel are strong and I want stories for are the women in Sex Piston's crew. The whole way the women are voted into the Last Riders and the fact the old ladies/wives have to continue to interact with the Last Riders women club members, regardless of how the other women have hurt the old ladies/wives feelings is the one thing I hate about the series, but for some reason I just can't quit reading it. I really like Ms. Begley's VIP and Biker Bi***es series better, the heroines are strong in both of those series.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Ugh, what was that? 26. März 2014
Von Ker2 - Veröffentlicht auf
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Having read the previous books in the Last Riders series and been intrigued by the characters, I wanted to read this book to finally learn about Lily's painful past and how she and Shade FINALLY manage to get close and fall in love, etc. What a mistake. The writing in this book is unbelievably dull, superficial, even immature. The story goes NOWHERE for most 80% of the book. Every other scene the sexually liberated members of this "bike club" are at a church service (yep, you heard me) and then to the diner across the street for lunch. Over and over again. Or they're packing boxes fulfilling orders at their factory. I kept reading, hoping and thinking things/the plot would surely move along, move forward. They did not. Only at the very end did a ton of information come up explaining things.

Lily indeed suffers from a major trauma in her past. They way it is revealed is lame, lacking any punch. Throughout the story she comes off as childlike and childish. Like Knox before him, Shade buys all new bedroom furniture and stays celibate-- for months--until he gets his girl between the sheets. If you believe that of such an oversexed male belonging to such a sexual playground type of club, I've got a bridge to sell you.

The author has a strange combination of raunch and moral good girl stuff going on especially in this book and it does not work right. Maybe she can't make up her mind. Her constant use of the "c" word is telling. (Oh! Nasty!) It could've all been interesting, but she is unable to take it there in a whole, dramatic way.

When Shade and Lily actually get married, (wait, they fell in love??) you think, oh yay, emotional payoff, we get to enjoy these two in a moment of happiness, but no. Ms. Begley deals with it in such a cutoff, short, sketchy way it was unbelievable. I had to backtrack to make sure I had read it right.

There was not much Friday night party action or initiation as in the other books, which had always kept the tension high in these stories. Here Shade is a BDSM dom, by the way. Silly. He actually whips her and she likes it from the get go. For a girl who's got so many intense, serious psychological trauma issues and is hyper childlike/virginal in her outlook and response to the loose living around her, this was ridiculous and just plain wrong. But I guess we had to get the "erotic" factor in there somehow. Let's not even begin to deal with how they should have taken her to a therapist immediately! No, better for Master Shade to punish her, right, Sir? Then he keeps ignoring her use of their safe word. Whatever.

In my opinion, not worth the $4.99. Sorry.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Why is it wrong for the women to be mad? 23. März 2014
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The book starts out so good and then you write something that makes me so mad it ruins the stupid book. How about in the future books, don't turn the good girl into a whore. Have the guy change for her, stop forcing the women, it gets old.

I hate how he can be jealous with Charles but the moment she gets jealous of the women he has slept with, he spanks her. I didn't like the bdsm side because I thought it was a joke. The whole safe word, you ignored every time she used it.

I really did not like Shane in this book, I have no idea why Lily is supposed to like him. Where in the he'll was the romance. He boosted her and forced her to do things.

The point you lost me was the punishment, whipped,for her getting upset that another women was wearing his jacket. Shade can say all he wants that he told her to give that jacket back but he should of made her, did he? No,he wanted to be the nice guy and gave her a punishment for a month. And Lily has no right to get mad but he wants to kill rider just because she was going to touch another man's jacket.

I also did not like the whole sex with Knox and diamond. I don't believe Lily or diamond would like it, that is why I liked them. I like that the women don't want to share, that why I liked them the most but now not so much. Now I have a hard time liking them. Shade and Knox just went bad in my book after that

Just one of these stories should give the woman a little respect. Do make the good girl turn into on of the other girls. let the man change instead of forcing her, you did it with Knox and diamond but then you changed them back in this book. I do get tired of every one being whore.

I'm looking forward to next books. Cash and Rachel. Train and kill a mama. Lucky and ?

I did like the story was longer but it could of been much better.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Very disappointed 24. März 2014
Von Deb Chapman - Veröffentlicht auf
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1. The storyline moved slow as hell
2. There was zero love between the two before they got married
3. Other characters were just thrown in the pot just to tie into other novels.
4. I could go on and on.
Very disappointed after being a loyal reader of this author. I had no clue what was going on until I hit 65% of the novel being read, and even then, I had to pull it together myself (something the author should have been helping the reader do).
She tried to sorta play off the hero as being a dom, but that line just dropped off.
What grown woman (even if they were having emotional issues) goes and stands in a freakin corner as punishment? Never once did the hero profess his love until well after they were married. I think he hurt her more than he helped her. It was so bad, I returned it. I was actually offended at how the author handled PTSD and mental illness. None of the other books are this bad. My advice is to skip this one, and wait for other Last Rider novels, you will not be missing a thing if you do. The only explanation is the author was manic when she wrote this one. NOT WORTH $4.99, that's for sure.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Actually 3.5 - 3.99 21. März 2014
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf
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TITLE: Shade's Fall

AUTHOR: Jamie Begley. Contact: [...]; on Facebook and Twitter.

MALE LEAD: Shade (John Hunter)

FEMALE LEAD: Lily Cornett (Callie)

SERIES: The Last Riders (there are two off-shoots of this series, Biker Bitches and The VIP Room, which cross-series the characters).

STORYLINE: Shade has decided he can't wait for Lily anymore. We first saw his feelings for her in The Last Riders series book 1 and continue on thru books 2 and 3 and into Biker Bitches book 1. We saw Callie in The VIP Room, book 2 primarily.

LIKABILITY (Male): Overall a 7. He was a 10 sometimes (during Lily's episodes) and planning the Winter Wedding of her dreams and what he confessed after she had been kidnapped; but his "sharing" her brought him down a 2 or 3 for me - I thought, had hoped, he would be different. And his irresponsibility of 'forcing' an unconsented BDSM relationship on Lily made him a 4 or 5. Granted it was used to be part of her healing process; however the basic tenets of a BDSM relationship weren't observed.

LIKABILITY (Female): Overall an 8. She was annoyingly fragile at times, however given her history and the demons hiding behind the doors of her mind, it was perfectly understandable. And sometimes her childish behavior with Shade (tantrums for lack of a better word) made her look like a selfish, spoiled brat rather than a young women re-pressing and then coming to terms with her horrific childhood and not understanding what she was feeing or how to appropriately re-act.

HOT FACTOR between Leads: 5. Didn't really feel it. They were well-written. I just didn't feel the passion or love between them. I believed the feelings more on Shade's side, by the end of the book.

HOT FACTOR between Secondary Characters: Other than gratuitous sex with club-bunnies there was none. And the scene with Knox/Diamond and Shade/Lily in the same bed. I didn't think that was hot at all.

LIKELIEHOOD OF THE SERIES CONTINUING: 100%, much to the delight of Ms. Begley's huge fan base. However, with all the hype for this book and my less than OMGness of it, while I will most likely read what the author writes, I won't be anxiously awaiting it. I would be interested in reading Penni's story, but I do not like The VIP Room series at all and I imagine that's where it will be. It would be interesting to see where she goes with The Last Riders. She's not indicated.

WHAT I LIKED ABOUT HE BOOK: (1) We finally found out about Lily's tortured mind. (2) We see the truth come out about Penni and the clubhouse. (3) I waited for the re-union of the sisters and Callie's father and was happy to see it included. (4) Side characters Pastor Dean (Lucky...not sure how I feel about that yet), Rachael, Penni, and now Willa or as a fan said, "the cupcake lady".

WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE ABOUT THE BOOK: (1) The Prologue had nothing to do with the storyline. Then it picks up a month later. I was hoping the prologue would be his side of it. How he would drive to the school or at least from the time he got the call from Razer (2) Holding her, basically against her will, in the name of protection. First when he took her from college (after telling Beth that he wasn't going to give her a choice) and then at the house. All have done it. I was hoping this would be different. Sure, he felt the need to keep her safe, but when she expressed a dislike of the atmosphere, the male lead's attitude was "Tough, this is who I am!" What about who the female lead is? Why is that never understood by the male lead? They say they don't force them to participate, yet they a little bit covertly. The women end of falling for them and will do whatever they want in order not to lose them. (3) I am not condemning their lifestyle. If the orgy-atmosphere works for them...great. But I would like to see one of them sacrificing their preference for the female leads; not turning into a weakling...but just walking away from the lifestyle for her, until she was comfortable entering that kind of atmosphere, if ever. I thought maybe Knox had done it; but now know that's not the case. (4) I didn't like that Shade did not explain the dynamics of a BDSM relationship to her. This was not spicing up the old sack-a-roo; it was clearly a BDSM relationship he wanted with her. There was no negotiation, no hard/soft limits set, no safe-word given before any play began and then stopping when it is used. And (5) ironically even though the book was super long, I didn't feel like I knew Shade and Lily any better than I did before.

KEEP or REFUND: Were it a stand-alone book, I might say REFUND, but it is a part of a series and if you like the series, you will want this book as part of it. It was difficult rating this book. 3 stars is OK. 4 is REALLY GOOD, READ IT. 5 is OMG YOU HAVE GOT TO READ THIS NOW! I wouldn't say it's a 4 for me, but it's beyond a 3 for me. Since there isn't "a spit under 4", I had to mark 3.

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