Audiobook Review: Never Have an Outlaw’s Baby (Deadly Pistols MC, #3). ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Never Have an Outlaw’s Baby by Nicole Snow

My rating: 3 of 5 stars



I didn’t have an outlaw’s baby. Honest.

I didn’t run, didn’t hide our son, didn’t suffer alone. There’s nota bastard with a gun to my head, sending me running to the bad boy I left behind. Making me lie to everyone.

Yeah, I’m full of it.

Here’s the truth – I’m frozen because I’m finally face-to-face with the wild, gorgeous man with the icy stare who lit me on fire three summers ago. Joker rocked me to my core, left me with a kid, and it’s just a matter of time until he discovers everything.

Never have an outlaw’s baby. They’re cute, but they come with serious strings attached.

Like Joker’s kiss. I can already taste it, the growl rising in his throat. Coming for my lips, coming for the truth, coming for me.


Pure hell tore my heart out one night three years ago. There ain’t room in that hole for Summer, a lyin’ spitfire I swore I’d never see again.

I screamed, I shoved, I told her to get out, and stay out. Made myself numb so I’d forget about those lips I used to own, or having her between the sheets.

Worked like a charm ’til…the kid.

I know he’s mine. Know something evil isn’t adding up. Know he’s the first light I’ve had in the darkness for years, and Summer’s the second.

If she hates me, I don’t give a damn. This baby changes everything.

She ain’t running anymore. Neither am I.

I’ll put my name on her sweet skin. Hear her beg the way she used to. Remind her that a woman never has an outlaw’s kid without sharing his bed, his bike, his brand. Always.

Never Have an Outlaw’s Baby

Biker Wars!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💚🖤💙
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: ☹️🙃☺️
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Dual Narration

The heroine: Summer – While working in her uncle’s bar and grill, she was attacked by a frat boy and rescued by two members of the Deadly Pistols MC. The men were huge, chiseled, tattooed and identical twins. Summer was 18 years old and though she knew Jackson wasn’t a good man, she couldn’t help but be affected when he paid attention to her.

The Hero: Joker (a.k.a. Jackson) – now he is the VP of the Deadly Pistols MC in Knoxville. Though when he was younger, he and his twin Freddy were the local bad boys. They were big, beautiful and dangerous as all get out. They are third generation Deadly Pistols MC and still go back to their hometown now and then to see their Grandfather. After saving Summer from the Frat boys and giving her a ride home on his bike, he gives her a steamy kiss that he never forgets.

The Story: The book starts out with Summer putting her two year old son Alex to sleep one night and thinking about her hurt feelings about the toddlers father for leaving her. She then thinks back to when times were better when the two of them first met. When a rival club gets nasty with Joker’s family, he leaves Summer and doesn’t return. She finds out later, she was pregnant from their last night together.

This book was told in dual points of view via dual narration. It was narrated by Alexandra Shawnee and Aiden Snow. Alexandra Shawnee sounded a lot older than the 18 and 21 year old Summer. She is a good narrator and has a good man’s voice, but just sounded too old for my tastes. Aiden Snow on the other hand is one of my favorite narrators and has a deep sexy voice which works for any Hero in any book.

Either the writing bothered me or the way Alexandra Shawnee read some of the lines bothered me. The early conversations between Summer and Jackson seemed to stilted and his use of curse words seemed a bit too over the top and not natural and the way the MC members from both clubs talked which I think the author expected to sound dangerous, was just silly at times. The story about the rival biker gang is a good one, though the main characters are stupid, going to watch the kid and dog play in a park while the gang is going to war with their rivals.


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