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Ratings and Reviews 2 27 star ratings 2 reviews. I would have loved to have them meshed more into the storyline. All in all, it was well written for a novella. Hopefully it will be a springboard for more in the series from the Hallies Falls MC chapter. Apr 24, Mara rated it did not like it.

NA at its worst: I can't believe she wrote this drivel. It touched some heavy moments in the last few chapters, but it never recovered for me. I didn't enjoy the misogyny either, even if unwanted or unintended. But if a girl has to watch out what she eats because it is a date, it's a story I don't want NA at its worst: But if a girl has to watch out what she eats because it is a date, it's a story I don't want to read. Yes, in real life it's pretty common and that is why I don't care reading about it. If you have never read an author before, these short standalones are a perfect way to get a taste of their work.

Or, if like me, you are already a fan of an author's work, you'll be doing a 'happy dance' when you see Joanna Wylde on the cover of one of these beauties. I fell hard for her Reapers MC series a long time ago and just seeing that name brings a smile to my fa "Rome would just have to go down in history as the one who got away twice. I fell hard for her Reapers MC series a long time ago and just seeing that name brings a smile to my face. Please don't assume that when I say 'short' that you aren't getting a full story, because you are.

I am still shaking my head in amazement that the author was able to give me so much story using so few words. I didn't feel like anything was missing as she took me from start to finish, checking all my boxes, while leaving me very satisfied and more addicted to the Reapers than I was before. Since the author chose not to disclose the particulars in the synopsis, I'll keep the details to myself. But I can tell you even though she walked away from him, twice, it was never for lack of chemistry. They had plenty of that from their very first glance at each other.

My brain might've decided he was a mistake, but my body wasn't quite there yet. Let me tell you, the struggle was real. He wanted her and made no secret of it. How long could she hold out when she looked at him "like a delicious cupcake just waiting for me to lick off all the frosting I confess, I was no help at all, I was mentally encouraging her to go for it and give Rome a chance.

I wanted them to quit fighting it and allow their chemistry to combust. I have a backup Kindle, so I wasn't worried about my reading device melting. I was ready to embrace the heat while being a virtual voyeur. Yeah, Joanna Wylde never disappoints in that department. Actually, she's never disappointed me at all, being one of my auto-click authors. I'm looking forward to seeing her name on another cover soon. The line forms here It has been a while since I read the last Reaper's book.

It took me by surprise that Gage is the current president. I had forgotten it. For me, it was still Picnic. Anyway, I was happy to be back in this MC world. I have missed it. He likes to ride and enjoys spending time with his brothers. They have been there for him and he will be there for them too, no matter what. As for his female company, he could have plenty but now that Randi i It has been a while since I read the last Reaper's book. As for his female company, he could have plenty but now that Randi is back in town, she's the only female he's interested in.

He let her go once. Almost a decade later, he's ready to make her stay this time. Randi Whittaker is back in Hallies Falls for her high school reunion. She's also spending time with her two siblings and her mother. Her mother is unable to work any longer. She's disabled and Randi is worrying about the future of Lexi and Kayden. Randi's considering taking a job locally and helping her family out. She's also very attracted to Rome and walking away from him again could be the hardest thing she has to do.

I like both Rome and Randi. I could feel their desire for each other. They had a connection which began years ago Reaper's Fire until Randi's family moved away. This is their second chance to get it right. Of course, there are other things to consider, like her family, finding a job, dealing with Rome being part of an MC. There were all valid reasons for Randi to worry.

Rome was very understanding and he stole my heart right away. The one thing different in this novella is that there isn't much drama or conflict. I was expecting more trouble.

Joanna Wylde shares an excerpt from ‘Rome’s Chance,’ her upcoming 1001 Dark Nights novella

For any fans of the Reapers series, you can't pass up Rome's Chance. It's short, fast-paced and engaging. Randi has returned to Hallies Falls for her high school reunion. She knew that things at home were probably a bit tough on her younger siblings with their mum but she had no idea just how bad things had now become for them. She feels guilty about leaving and pursuing her own life when they really needed her support. Rome is very happy when he runs into Randi, that sweet shy girl he remembers has grown into a beautiful woman and he plans to do anything he can to get to know her again.

He has a good job, his own home and ready to make a life with someone special. Randi has stuff going on in her family home that she really needs to sort out before she can even think of leaving again. Rome seems to be hell bent on pursuing something with her too. It felt like freedom — the chance to experience something new and undiscovered.

Apr 27, Laura Elizabeth rated it it was ok. Well somehow I picked up a contemporary romance book here and not a biker book. I expected badass biker wild times. But then the author put out Shades lady and five star fooled me into thinking this one would be great too! Rome is a super sweet Well somehow I picked up a contemporary romance book here and not a biker book.

Rome is a super sweet fantastic guy. But I just was expecting biker so My bar was set too high. View all 3 comments. Apr 30, Alyssa rated it liked it Shelves: It's a novella so there's only so much that can happen and some development has to be sacrificed. In this case, I think it was Rome, and the relationship of Rome and Randi. Really, this could've been titled Randi's Chance. It was a fairly well-rounded story for it being on the shorter side.

It was just a story about Randi though. The title has Rome's name in it, and he was kind of an afterthought. When you did get to experience their romance it was still a little non 2. When you did get to experience their romance it was still a little non-existent. Randi was very back and forth on them as a couple and you didn't get to read any of the falling in love bit. I do like this series. But it didn't really fit in. It definitely is a true standalone. I feel like this author's other works are a bit grittier, sexier, and overall have more of a motorcycle club vibe.

Again, it wasn't bad. I definitely think I had high expectations. It just, um, needed more Rome I really enjoyed this story and for me it was a great addition to the Reapers MC Series.

Rome and Randi had one date several years earlier then fires came and destroyed most of the small town they lived in so Randi and her family had fled the area and hadn't returned until now. A chance meeting in a grocery store and date two was arraigned.

I must admit that I really loved these two together and I'm thrilled they were able to get a second chance. You can see my full review here: Apr 24, Laurie rated it really liked it Shelves: That was so sweet! Back for her high school reunion, she realizes her mother is in a bad way, which means her younger siblings are in a worse way.

Things had never been great at home and as the eldest of 5 kids, Randi had always taken on the parental role. She had thought her mother was doing fine so she could finally live her own life but that is not the case. This meant she had some difficult decisions to make. I really liked Randi but I thought she was too forgiving of her mother. That being said she did finally get tough with her but in the back of my mind, I was thinking too little, too late. Other than that, Randi was loving, caring, and extremely responsible and I liked her with Rome.

Rome was absolutely perfect. So much so, I wanted to breathe life into him and keep him after magically making myself twenty years younger. He was the type of guy I like to call alpha-sweet. Which is what I call my husband…hmmm…there may be a reason I loved Rome. This is good because when tragedy struck and Randi needed Rome, he was right where he needed to be.

This was a sweet, sexy, funny, slightly emotional read that I thoroughly enjoyed. I wanted front row seats to how Rome and the Reapers helped put Randi and her little family back together. Apr 25, AJ rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a really sweet, fun and sexy read.

A part of the Reapers MC series, this novella can easily stand alone, and I loved it. And when she unexpectedly runs into Rome, her t 4 stars! And when she unexpectedly runs into Rome, her trip is about to get a whole lot more interesting. Even though it was brief, Rome and Randi had something special once, and watching them rediscover all of that is so much fun. They are open with each other, the chemistry sizzles and the sexual tension is there from the very beginning. How will they deal with their reunion?

And will they ever get a true shot at the second chance they both want so badly? I loved this story. An Advanced Review Copy was generously provided in exchange for an honest review. Apr 22, Erin Lewis rated it it was amazing. This is book 6. Her characters are always strong, the women feisty and the men so darn Alpha it almost hurts. They love hard, play hard and there is just something about these men and their women that ticks all the boxes for Rome is a typical Reaper MC, gritty, raw and swoon worthy. When Rome re connects with Randi when she returns to Hallies Falls, he sets his sights on her, regardless of how Randi feels.

There was drama, suspense, hot and heavy scenes and so much build up that I was totally engrossed from the start. This is one heck of a roller coaster read to be honest and I found myself both happy and sad on occasion. My only issue was that this book was not long enough, I never want a Reapers MC story to end and this one is a novella so I just wanted more. I love coming back to them and I cannot wait for the next book in the series. It has been quite a while since I read Reaper's Fire , so having this book be based on secondary characters from that story left me feeling quite lost.

If I ignored that, then this book was actually rather enjoyable, up until the ending. I liked that most of the romance wasn't about them just jumping into bed together, but rather the chase to one or two enjoyable sessions. I thought it was more realistic, due to the nature of the relationship or lack thereof between Randi and Rome.

I liked how these two were reunited after several years apart and it was like riding a bike between them, because it reminded me of my own relationship with my high school sweetheart. I felt that all the characters were believable and realistic, and especially enjoyed the facets that made up Randi.

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I would have liked more in depth with Rome, as we don't get a lot of what makes him up, just one or two facts and a tragedy. Unfortunately, I felt that the ending was a bit rushed. The story is be-bop-ing along, then we get sucker punched by a twist, then it cuts to an epilogue where everything is just summed up. It felt rather anti-climactic after all the build up to the sexy times.

I think it is definitely worth a read, preferably right after reading Reaper's Fire , so that everything from that book is fresh in your mind when you read this one. When I found out she was writing another novella I was over the moon. When I found out she was writing Rome's story, I'll admit, there was a little fangirl screaming going on, I won't deny it. Rome's chance seems like a second chance romance, but that's not what I'd call it. I'd say these two just took a really long pause in a relationship that, as it was, was already so completely new to them.

From the very first moment, Randi and Rome's chemistry is undeniable. I had high hopes for these two and I'm so freaking happy with the outcome.

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Randi is a stubborn woman who doesn't want to get her heart broke. She's also the main supporter to her two youngest siblings, due to her mother being careless. Randi's situation, god honest truth, broke my heart. I felt her pain way down deep in my bones. Wanting a life of her own but knowing she can never have that, with being the oldest, is a hard row to hoe. I knew Rome was going to be a big softie when it came to Randi, I didn't realize this man was so damn sweet and caring though!! He was much more than what I expected! It may only be a novella but I have to say, this love story is pretty epic.

It has everything I could have asked for. Apr 27, Cocktails and Books rated it liked it Shelves: This review was originally posted on Cocktails and Books Cocktails and Books received this book for free from Inkslinger PR in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

I'm a huge Reaper's MC fan and seeing this novella had me excited. Rome and Randi's romance fell short for me. It lacked the chemistry I've come to know with the other Reaper's books. Part of that could have been because of the novella length which I admittedly hav This review was originally posted on Cocktails and Books Cocktails and Books received this book for free from Inkslinger PR in exchange for an honest review. Part of that could have been because of the novella length which I admittedly have a hard time with but the chance run-in and subsequent date felt flat, which made believing their quick relationship building a bit unrealistic.

Apr 18, Caro Richard rated it really liked it. Absence makes the heart grow fonder We met Rome and Randi briefly in Reapers Fire and we know that Randi moved away after the terrible fires. But she's back and who should she bump into? I wasn't that sure about Randi, yes she defo had a hard life but sometimes she irked me. I did warm to her more when she compared Rome to a chip!!!!! That's something I would do! Just like Rome McGuire. These Reaper guys are normally all rough around the edges but he was different. He stole my heart! A great addition to the Reaper series Apr 24, Rebecca rated it really liked it.

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Rome is definitely one of my favorite Reapers. There are quite a few obstacles for Rome and Randi to maneuver around and most of them deal with outside factors. One huge concern for Randi is her mom and siblings. Apr 24, Red Cheeks Reads rated it it was amazing. Rome's Chance is a novella in the Dark Nights series. It stands alone in the Reapers World, and this story can absolutely be read and fully enjoyed without having read any of the previous stories in the series.

Randi is back in Hallies Falls visiting her family, checking on her younger siblings and contemplating a move home, when her world upends. Five smooches from me for Rome's Chance by Joanna Wylde. Apr 28, Michele A. Rome and Randi run into each other by chance 8 years after last seeing each other.

Randi was back in town to help her mother, younger sister and brother, along with her 10 year high school reunion. She was only planning on staying in town for the weekend. Rome has other plans for her and sets about making them happen. As in life, things go awry for Rome and Randi on their date and Rome is left scrambling to make things right. He went about quietly getting Randi in a mindset of being ready to be Rome and Randi run into each other by chance 8 years after last seeing each other.

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