May 31, 2022 | Posted in:Release Day Blitz, Review


Not a Role Model

Battle Crows MC, Book 4

Lani Lynn Vale

Release Date: May 31, 2022


About the Book

You better watch out for people that bounce back from everything that’s meant to destroy them.


Those were the words that Coreline King learned to live by when it came to dealing with Tide ‘Rook’ Crow, member of the Battle Crows MC, general surgeon, and all-around jerk who lived to make her life a living hell.


It all started in high school when he stopped seeing her as a random girl and started to see her as his rival.


Together, they became ‘frenemies.’ I.e.—a person with whom one is friendly, despite a fundamental dislike or rivalry.


At least, it started out like that.


Everyone always says there’s a fine line between love and hate. And at first, Tide and Coreline don’t realize how very true that is.


Not until Tide gets hurt defending Coreline’s honor, and Coreline has to fix him because she feels like she owes him.


But one night of bad choices leads to a very big ‘oops’ that will either haunt them for the next eighteen years or bring them together as tight as they ever could be.


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Kara's Review

4.5 out of 5 stars

Not a Role Model is the fourth book in the Battle Crows MC series by Lani Lynn Vale. I’m loving this series with it’s tough alpha men and the strong women who love them. This is Tide and Coraline’s story. They have hated each other since they were young and just bring out the worst in each other. Now they are older and live next door to each other. They throw barbs at each other that has me laughing out loud. The line between love and hate is so small with these two! Tide always teased her, but always secretly watched her. Coraline hated him for picking on her, but she always knew in the back of her mind that she loved him. When some trouble finds her, Tide needs to fix it. They get closer and closer and then boom, it’s all clothes flying off and angry sexiness. Their banter was hilarious and when they were sweet with each other I was swooning. There’s some ups and downs and Tide likes to run, but he always came back. Coraline knows him well enough to forgive him because she understands her man. I loved how they did everything with passion. Fight, love, sexy times. I wasn’t sure what to make of Tide from the last book, but I really loved him! Overall, it’s a great addition to the series and I’m looking forward to Banger and Easton’s story next!



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