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And if you are wondering what the story is about, I’m putting the synopsis below for you to read my lovelies!

My father was most certainly NOT an innocent man. As the leader of the Gypsy Brothers MC, he was guilty of many things. But he died for a crime that he didn’t commit, framed by an enemy within who then stole his club and everything he had ever worked to protect. 

Including my innocence. 

When Dornan Ross framed my father, he set into motion a series of events that could never be undone. My father was murdered by Dornan Ross and his sons when I was fifteen years old. 

Before my father died, Dornan and his sons stole my innocence, branded my skin and in doing so, ensured that their lives would be prematurely cut short. That they would suffer. 

I’ve just turned twenty-one, and I’m out for blood. I’m out for revenge. 

But I didn’t expect to fall for Jase, the youngest brother in the club. 

I didn’t expect that he would turn my world upside down, yank my heart out of my chest and ride away into the sunset with it. 

Now, I’m faced with an impossible choice – Jase, or avenging my fathers death?

Out For Blood



Undeniable (Undeniable #1), by Madeline Sheehan


Warning: This is not a typical love story. This is an all-consuming, soul-crushing, tear-your-heart-into-pieces story. It’s intense, gritty and raw, dark and disturbing, and it doesn’t happen overnight. This is an epic love story that knows no boundaries and has no time limits. It grows and develops—with hurt, sacrifice, and heartache—over the span of a lifetime.

Eva Fox is the princess of the Silver Demons Motorcycle Club. Growing up with bikers in the club lifestyle is all that she knows. When she’s a young girl, Eva meets the reason for her existence. Deuce West is the sexy, biker bad-ass of the Hell’s Horsemen Motorcycle Club. Like Eva, he was born and raised in the club—but that’s where the similarities end. Their first meeting is innocent, but as Eva matures into a woman, their chance reunions evolve into a fit of lust and love. Fate continues to bring them together time and time again, but their twisted journey is filled with pain, betrayal, and bloodshed that could tear them apart. Eva sees in Deuce what he cannot see in himself—a man worthy of love—and Eva spends her lifetime proving to him that her undeniable love is the one thing he can’t live without.

This is Eva and Deuce’s story.

It wasn’t easy.
Nothing worth doing ever is.
And love is worth everything.

Arf! I have a really hard time rating and reviewing this book! I think I liked it. Yeah, I know, it’s a strange thing to say, but that’s the thing, in some aspects, I’m not sure I liked it.

“Not many chances a man has in his lifetime to do right, to earn the love of a good woman, and to get a taste of true freedom. And babe, for me, you’re all f*ckin’ three. Have been for a good while now.”

Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed reading this book. I had a craving for a biker story when I picked this book and it was sitting on my TBR shelf for some time now.

The story was gripping, I read it in two sittings and the characters grew on me. Well I often felt like hitting them upside the head and they have a LOT of flaws but I did liked them.

“I had just hit rock bottom, and I didn’t care. In fact, I didn’t give a shit about anything at all.”

But there were some things that were really wrong. And I don’t mean in the book itself but in what happened in it, in the characters’ actions, and I’m still debating if I’m alright with it or not.

So I guess it is the kind of book that is challenging for the reader, as it will make you like and even maybe love characters that are flawed. And by flawed I mean murderers, cheaters, whores and the likes. And some of the things that happened to the characters were really fucking crazy. Well actually, I think that it was the characters’ reactions to those crazy things happening that really bothered me. And I get that it fits the book and the world it is about but some of the things that happened in it, even though most of them felt real enough, some of them seemed or felt a little too much to me. I mean more than once I had to stop reading and shout “WHAT THE FUCK!?!?” to my kindle because things were just freaking messed up. The level of twisted in this book is really exceptional! Total mind fuck! It probably doesn’t make much sense if you haven’t read the book but I don’t want to give examples because I think it would spoil the story.

“He wasn’t Deuce, badass biker, and I wasn’t Eva, his rival badass biker’s daughter. He was a dangerously beautiful man, I was a woman he wanted, and it was so fucking beautiful. I wanted to freeze time and say in this moment with him forever-touching, fucking, and loving.”

I really loved Deuce and Eva’s relationship and how it grew, how they always were drawn to each other no matter how wrong it was for them to be together.

“Spent too much time married to a bitch I couldn’t stand and too much time beatin’ myself up for wishin’ I was balls deep in a bitch eighteen years younger than me. Add that shit together and that equals me being fuckin’ miserable for a long fuckin’ time. So yeh, I can’t do this anymore. Can’t fuckin’ live without you. Want you on my bike and in my bed. Want my kids inside you. Want you by my side, babe, for as long as I got left.”

One thing in the book that really bothered me (aside from freaking Frankie of course – what a sick sick fuck this man!) was the language. Again, I get that the theme of the book allows it and I am not usually bothered by that but I think there wasn’t a page without the word “fuck” or a variation of it in it. It was to the point where I had to re-read sentences to actually get the meaning of it, there was so many “fuck” in it! And I’m not one to be offended or bothered by swearing in books. I mean , even I can have the vocabulary of a sailor at times but here, even I noticed it.

But beside the language issue, I really enjoyed this book. It was gritty, raw, deeply emotional and for the most part it felt very real. I don’t think this book is for everyone. The most sensitive souls should probably stir clear of it. But I would definitely recommend it and tell to those who enjoy the kind of books that leave you in two minds or at least that challenge the reader to read it, because this book is the kind of book that will make you feel sympathy (and even affection) for the bad guys.

“We got through it. Together. It didn’t happen overnight, and it wasn’t easy.
Nothing worth doing ever is.
And love is worth everything.”

Devil’s Game (Reapers MC #3), by Joanna Wylde

Devil's Game_______________________________________________________

Liam “Hunter” Blake hates the Reapers MC. Born and raised a Devil’s Jack, he knows his duty. He’ll defend his club from their oldest enemies-the Reapers-using whatever weapons he can find. But why use force when the Reapers’ president has a daughter who’s alone and vulnerable? Hunter has wanted her from the minute he saw her, and now he has an excuse to take her.

Em has lived her entire life in the shadow of the Reapers. Her overprotective father, Picnic, is the club’s president. The last time she had a boyfriend, Picnic shot him. Now the men in her life are far more interested in keeping her daddy happy than showing her a good time. Then she meets a handsome stranger-a man who isn’t afraid to treat her like a real woman. One who isn’t afraid of her father. His name is Liam, and he’s The One.

Or so she thinks.


 I loved this book. I usually do with books in this series. It had everything a good edgy romance needs for me to enjoy it. The plot was original, full of suspense and compelling, the banter and dialogues between the characters was great and I loved the chemistry between Em and Hunter. Seriously a good story.

“Romeo and Juliet died, son. Consider that all the answer you need.”

This book’s story has a slightly different feel to it because of it’s characters. In the last two books, our female characters were outsiders to the MC life, whereas Em grew up in the lifestyle and knows what it entails to be with a member of a motorcycle club. So it was really enlightening to see this world through her eyes, since we covered the POV from the outside in in the other books in the series.

“They’re your family, and now they’re my family, too. I’m not a civilian and I didn’t fall in love with a stockbroker. I fell in love with a Devil’s Jack. I know what it means to wear a cut.”

Em was a great character. I loved her. She was witty and sweet but never took shit from anyone and can stand for her own even with a bad ass biker like Hunter who’s from a different MC which happens to be the sworn enemies of her own MC. She was really endearing in the beginning and showed a lot of loyalty, courage when things started to go downhill, and a lot of determination when people tried to make her change her mind. I liked that she always trusted her gut and went after what she wanted even when it turned out to be more complicated. I really enjoyed getting to know her in this book and can’t wait to see more of her through cameo’s in the next books in the series.

“You deserve a man who’ll fight for you, baby girl. You remember that, all right?”

I also really enjoyed Hunter in this book. His character intrigued me in Reaper’s Legacy and I was seriously looking forward to this book and his story with Em. I loved getting to know him better and discover that under the edgy, cocky and devil may care attitude, he had a big heart and was also able to truly care for Em and risk everything for her.

“Last night was a game changer, so far as I’m concerned. I gave you your space, let you go. But you came back, so now you’re fair game. I’m done being the nice guy.”

I loved Em and Hunter’s connection and chemistry. Every time they came together, I loved how they just clicked. When they were flirting, this connection created delightful exchanges between them that had me in turn smile, laugh, swoon and squirm. Sexually, it made for wonderfully sexy interludes (seriously sexy interludes). And then, when things started to get tough, I loved how their love and commitment for each other never wavered. I love it when a couple that continually stick together when shit hits the fan.

“Love’ is a word that doesn’t mean a damned thing to me. ‘Em,’ though? That’s a word that means everything. I’d die for you, babe. Kill for you, too. I stood up to my club for you and I don’t regret any of it, not for a minute. So, you wanted to know how I feel? I don’t even have a word for what I feel, sweetheart. I just know it’s really fuckin’ good.”

If you enjoy a book with angst, action, steam, humor and romance, then look no further because Devil’s Game is the book for you. This story grabs you from the start and keeps your eyes and attention glued to its pages. This book (as well as this series for that matter) is a must read in my opinion in the biker and MC genre.

Reaper’s Legacy (Reapers MC #2), by Joanna Wylde

Reaper's Legacy_______________________________________________________

Reaper’s Legacy is a raw and intensely erotic tale in Joanna Wylde’s Reapers Motorcycle Club series.

Eight years ago, Sophie gave her heart-and her virginity-to Zach Barrett on a night that couldn’t have been less romantic or more embarrassing. Zach’s step-brother, a steely-muscled, tattooed biker named Ruger, caught them in the act, getting a peep show of Sophie he’s never forgotten.

She may have lost her dignity that fateful night, but Sophie also gained something precious-her son Noah. Unfortunately, Zach’s a deadbeat dad, leaving Ruger to be Noah’s only male role model. When he discovers Sophie and his nephew living in near poverty, Ruger takes matters into his own hands-with the help of the Reapers Motorcycle Club-to give them a better life.

Living with outlaw bikers wasn’t Sophie’s plan for her son, but Ruger isn’t giving her a choice. He’ll be there for Noah, whether she wants him or not. But Sophie does want him, has always wanted him. Now she’ll learn that taking a biker to bed can get a girl dirty in every way.

 If my memory is correct, Joanna Wylde’s story Reaper’s Property was my very first biker story. And let’s just say that she made an addict out of me. Reaper’s Legacy is the second book in this series and I loved it just as much as the first book even though the mood was quite different.

I was really excited to read another book by Joanna Wylde in the world of bikers. In her last book, she’d made me laugh to tears with Horse’s antics and the dynamic between him and Marie. In this book though, our new couple is quite different.

Sophie is a young, single mother to Noah, who is five. The father of her child, Zach, is an abusive, controlling a**hole, an she found a way to get herself and her son as far away from him as she could. But even though she is quite decided about making it on her own, she can’t get rid of Ruger, her ex’s brother. Now, Ruger is quite different from Zach. He is huge, tattooed and scary but hell bent on being a good male model to Noah, and so, even though Ruger and Sophie don’t see eye to eye, they tolerate each other. Barely. But soon, because of a little situation that occurred a night while Sophie was at work, Ruger decides it’s time to get Noah and Sophie in a place where he can make sure they are safe.But of course, that’s when things get interesting!

“Ruger was over six feet tall, roped with muscle and annoyingly handsome in an I’m-probably-a-murderer-but-I’ve-got-dimples-and-a-tight-ass-so-you’ll-still-lust-after-me kind of way.”

I don’t know if you’ve read many MC books, but there is definitely something addictive about them. Be it the universe most of us will never truly live in, the forbidden and secret side they have that intrigues and fascinates us, or quite simply those sinful the bad boy that make out mouths water, but personally, I can’t get enough. And Reaper’s Legacy was no exception.

“I think you’re a raging asshole.”
Ruger laughed.
“Yeah, well I think you’re a bitch, but my cock likes you, so we’ll figure something out.”

Sophie was a great character. She was really brave and never took shit from Ruger even though it was hard. She really hasn’t had an easy life and she tries really hard to make a life for herself and her son but because of circumstances out of her control, she’s not quite managing to do so on her own. I liked that she stood up to Ruger when she could and on subjects that mattered. Her character really had to choose her battles with Ruger and be the wiser person in their relationship since he is quite pigheaded. I liked that she told Ruger no on some things and told him what her rules where and did not relent until he manned up. And like I said it wasn’t easy. Ruger is a controlling, intimidating yet lovable a**hole. With quite a dirty mouth on himself.

“Jesus, you piss me off,” he murmured. “Good thing your cunt’s so fucking hot.”
“Don’t call it that.”
His lip twitched.
“Good thing your vagina’s so gosh-darned hot,” he whispered. “Because I really, really want to stick my penis in it and have repeated sexual intercourse, bringing us to a mutually satisfactory culmination of our desires. How’s that sound?”
“Almost dirtier.”

Now Ruger. Gosh I loved him even though he was such an amazing pain in the bum at times! But the fact that he has a big heart and an even bigger hum……yeah let’s not get there. But seriously, the man is sex on legs! He is super arrogant, sexy, controlling, loyal, possessive and self-assured. He is also a man-whole, quite the alpha-male, dirty-mouthed but but just in the right way and he is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get kind of guy. Quite simply, even though he’s a stubborn a**hole, he’s also quite lovable. Oh, and add to this that on top of all those tattoos he has, he’s also pierced in some quite interesting places….just sayin’ 😉

“The man was like heroin – seductive, addictive, and a damned good way to wake up dead.”

You probably know this by now, but I’m a sucker for sexual tension between the characters of the books I read. Well, Ruger and Sophie have enough of it to start a fire! The chemistry between them is freaking fantastic and a couple of the scenes between Sophie and Ruger had me fanning myself and seriously considering taking a cold shower! This book had really all the elements that I needed to make me like it:

  • serious sexual tension between the hero and heroine: Check!
  • crazy chemistry: Check!
  • a hero with a dirty mind and an even dirtier mouth: Double Check!!

Yeah, I’m sold!

“I want all kinds of things. First I want to tie you up in my bed with my belt. Then I want to cut off your clothes and fuck you in every hole you have. I also want to come on you and rub it into your skin and lick your pussy until you scream at me to stop because if you come one more time you’ll die. Then I want to do it again. I want to own you, Sophie.”

The two of them don’t hold anything back and have a way to rile each other up in no time. Sophie isn’t too scared to go toe to toe with Ruger and say what she thinks and feel. And thank God for that, because she’d have gone crazy with everything she feels when she is around him. Plus, it was quite funny to see them get on each other’s nerves.

What I love about those biker stories, is to see the big bad biker fall hard for the heroine. And I thoroughly loved seeing Ruger fall for Sophie. Or really, I thoroughly loved seeing him realize that he had fallen in love with Sophie all this time. Like I said before, Ruger has a big heart but it takes him time to own up to his feelings for Sophie, but it was even sweeter to see him man up and claim her, even though it took him some years to finally grow a pair and do so. Of course, don’t expect sweet words of love from him ’cause you’ll be disappointed. But I thought it was just as good done the biker way.

“My cock gets hard just thinkin’ about you. You’re in my dreams every night. I wake up in the morning and all I think about is you in my house, you and Noah finally mine. My family. It’s even better than ridin’ my bike. I’m crazy for you, Soph.”

But this story isn’t just asexual tension filled biker romance. There is actually a nice little bit of action in it, within the bikers’ universe as well as with Sophie’s past. The book starts with a very good example of the kind of things we easily imagine bikers do and as the story goes, we meet other bas-ass bikers and trigger-happy baddies. Honors are defended, alliances are made and revenges are being planned but that’s kind of what we like about these books. Reaper’s Legacy will keep you on your toes and make you want to start reading the next book as soon as possible!

“Nothing says “commitment” like accessory to murder.”

I loved this ending to this book. I love having a glimpse at my heroes lives years after the events of the book are over and the one to Ruger and Sophie’s story was perfect if just a little short for my greedy taste. There is no cliffhanger for this book but you’ll still want to get your hands on book #3 as soon as you finish Reaper’s Legacy. I won’t say what or which characters the next book involves, just that I’m looking forward to get to know a little better the Reaper’s sworn enemies. 

This book felt quite realistic to me. Of course, I don’t know anything about MC’s and bikers in real life except what I’ve seen in Sons Of Anarchy and what I’ve read in books, but I liked that Joanna Wylde took the time to tell us that she wrote those books with more than simply her imagination and that she based them on real information and that her books, or at least this one, was reviewed by a person who knows what she’s talking about. It made this book and what is said about MC’s and bikers even more believable and it also made it easier to believe in the characters, the reasons why they do what they do, and their relationships.

I started my career in journalism and researched outlaw motorcycle club culture extensively for my stories. This included talking to people in club life, many of whom answered questions for me throughout the writing process. The Reaper’s Legacy manuscript was reviewed and corrected by a woman attached to an outlaw MC.

We really got to be in Sophie’s shoes because of it since she doesn’t know or get at first anything about the MC life, the difference between MC’s, and what it means to be a biker and an old lady.

“When a man takes a woman as his property, it’s not about owning her,” he continues, eyes searching my face. “It’s about trusting her. This is my life I’m handing you, Sophie. Not just my life – my brothers’ lives, too. It means I’m responsible for everything you do. You fuck up, I’ll pay. You need help, we’re there. “

I loved this book and recommend it to all lovers of bikers stories. I read this book in a day and started Devil’s Game right after I finished Reaper’s Legacy. I simply can’t get enough of Joanna Wylde’s Reapers MC series!

Three Years (Gypsy Brothers #5), by Lili St. Germain

Three Years


**Please note this book is a dark romance and deals with serious themes.*

Every day for six years, I used to pray that I would find my way back to the boy I loved.

Until finally, one day, I did.

But that’s the funny thing about life. Nothing good ever lasts, not for me, anyway. You think you’re the one with the power, at least I did, but then I got careless. One tiny mistake, and now I am powerless to stop what comes next.

People think money equals power, but all the money in my bank account, the dirty notes laundered clean that my father left for me, are useless.

Money does not equal power. Power is held by the one with the knife in his hand, tracing shallow cuts into your skin.

Power is held by the one who owns you.

I had power once.

Now, I have nothing.

*Part five in a seven part series*


“I’m smarter than you, better than you, more DEPRAVED that you, little girl. You ventured into my playground and now I’ve got you in my web.”

HOLY. FREAKING. MINDFUCK!!!!…………………..I think it sums up this book pretty well.

“I know you think this is going to be bad, but however bad you think this is going to be? Its going to be so. Much. Worse.”

I keep saying this every time I review a book in this serie but I’ll say it especially for this one: this book is NOT for the squeamish. It will fuck with your heart, your mind and your sleep until you are a mess, rocking in the corner of your room. At least, that’s what it did to me. And I’m no squeamish girl usually.

“I’ve got nothing left inside. I don’t want to fight anymore. I don’t want revenge. I just want to die.”

Even though I’m totally addicted to this serie and always pinning for the next book to come out, it took me some time to gather the courage to sit down and read this book because I knew I was in for some serious fuckery. And, boy, was I right. It starts right away, and it doesn’t. stop. EVER!

“I might be a monster, baby girl, but if I’m a monster, then so are you.”

Three Years is filled with a lot of pain and depravity, and it has enough twists and turns to make you lose your ever loving mind. The ending will, once more, knock you on your bum, and even though it wasn’t as horrible a cliffhanger as in Four Score, it is pretty damn horrible. We learn some shocking truth in the process. Like I said, a total mindfuck.

“I told you you’d die for taking my sons from me,’ he whispers, leaning in close and nibbling at my earlobe. “I never said you’d stay dead. That’s much too kind.”

I though before that I had seen pretty much everything when it came to Dornan’s psychotic, demented and depraved behavior, but I was sorely mistaken because with this book, we enter a new circle of hell. Lili St. Germain is an evil genius when it comes to her writing and storytelling, but man, she messed with my head with Three Years.

“Do you think we’re born like this? A knife in one hand, a gun in the other? It’s life, baby girl. Life happened to me just as surely as it happened to you.”

I will keep this short because at this point in the serie, too much details would spoil the fun for you, but if you have read the other books in the serie and are still hanging in there, then you are in for a treat with this book. It is filled with action and suspense, it is fast-paced and you never know what is coming next. You will gasp in shock, cover your mouth with horror at some of the stuff happening in the book and wonder how Juliette survived such hell for so long.

“Now I know there is something worse than death. This.”

The end was at the same time satisfying and frustrating and now I’m looking forward (and with a little more hope this time) to September 28th to read Two Roads, book #6 in the serie.

Four Score (Gypsy Brothers #4), by Lili St. Germain



Love and hate aren’t all that different.

Two sides of the same coin, the yin and the yang.

Once upon a time, Jason Ross loved me. And now that he knows what I’ve done, I see the love and the hate warring within him.

I see the way he looks at me.

The way he wonders how I could do the things I’ve done.

I hear it in the way he begs me to stop, to leave this life and run away with him.

But there’s only one way I’m leaving LA.

And that’ll be when Dornan and the rest of his sons are dead and buried.

Jase might forgive me for what I’ve done.

But will he forgive me for the crimes I’m yet to commit?__________________________________________________________

Jeez this serie is driving me nuts and doing a serious number on my nerves. I’m completely out of sorts because of the ending of Four Score! And I am so mad that Three Years will only be released late July! That is just plain cruel! I’m going out of my mind here!!!!!!!!

“Limbo. A place un-christened souls inhabit. Trapped. (…)A quiet calm. An anxious wait. A refuge from a storm that threatens to wreak havoc and destroy everything in it’s wake. Our limbo is temporary, and we indulge in it.”

So, enough ranting for now. Here’s the review. Four Score, not unlike the previous books is super intense. But oddly enough it is also the book with the less action so far in the serie.

Dornan is in a coma and everybody is waiting to see if he’ll die or come out of it. And that’s why everything kind of pauses in this book. As we wait to know what is going to happen to Dornan, everything is up in the air. Do people suspect Sammi? Who died? But the big question if you’ve read Five Miles is, how will Jase react to finding out Juliette is still alive after six years of thinking she had died?

“I never stopped loving you.”

In this book, Sammi takes a step back and we deal with Juliette. Jase knows her secret and it changes everything for her as well as for their relationship. And God knows Jase needs time to catch up with everything. Juliette being alive, her vendetta, his hate for his father as well as the anger he feels for Juliette, which is mixed with grief, guilt and joy. In short, those characters are in serious need of some therapy.

“Finally. I’m here with him. Not as Sammi. But just as me. Just as us. Whatever fuckep-up “us” that may be.”

So this book was very satisfying when it came to Jase and Juliette’s relationship, but at the same time, it was also very frustrating, because with everything that has and is happening, they can’t just jump in each other’s arms and make sweet, sweet love and forget about the huge mess that is still hanging in the air around them.

“I can’t believe I’ve been so blind to the pain he’s carrying inside like a grenade, ready to explode at any second. I never stopped long enough to imagine his loss. His fear.”

I also really liked that Jase had his own unresolved feelings and issues about what happened to Juliette. Because we do forget that he was the one who had to keep on living with some sick psychos after Juliette’s death. And so, in this book, we are given some hints that life has been exactly easy for him in the six years that have passed since Juliette was raped.

“Nobody saved me,” he says bitterly. Nobody whisked me away in the night and faked my death.”

I would have really liked for them to be able to talk to each other more. To be able to open up about what they went through, what the felt, and are feeling because of the situation they are in and tell each other everything they feel for each other. But of course it doesn’t happen like that. It’d be too easy and really not realistic. Which left me satisfied with how Lili Saint Germain wrote her story, but oh so frustrated at the same time because I really really really want Jase and Julz to be together and happy……dare I say ever after? Yeah, I know, I’m a hopeless romantic. Sue me.

“For a few glorious days, life is beautiful. But that’s the thing about life. Remember when I said, nothing good ever lasts? Well it’s true.(…) Because Dornan is awake.”

Shit officially hits the fan two or three chapters before the end, and the story starts again when we learn that Dornan woke up from his coma (how he survived is quite the mystery and we start to wonder if he can actually be killed somehow).

The last chapter knocked me on my ass, and slapped me on the face with how bad things turn for Juliette in such a short amount of time. I shouted a huge “F*****************CK!” for her at that point, and now I am dying to know what happens next because at this point, I’m not sure at all  where the story is going.

“I fucking love you Juliette.” I smile despite the tension. “I fucking love you, too.”

I can’t believe we have to wait until July 21th to get Three Years. That, Mrs. Saint Germain, is plain mean!!!!! Pretty, pretty, please, move the release date to June! I’m begging you!!!!

“I refuse to give up my vendetta against the Ross brothers and their demon father. The score’s only at four. And until it’s at seven? Love will have to wait.”

Five Miles (Gypsy Brothers #3), by Lili St. Germain



My father taught me the importance of an eye for an eye—a cardinal rule, ingrained in every club member.

A life for a life.

Seven lives in payment for an unimaginable list of sins.

People might wonder why I’m doing this. If this vengeance is borne from some noble cause. If I’m trying to prevent others from suffering at the hands of Dornan Ross and his sons.

But I’m no selfless vigilante.

I’m doing this for me. I’m doing it because I want to.

I’m doing this because I just want to be able to sleep at night without seeing their faces.

This is the fate they have earned. The penance for their crimes.
Time to send some of these brothers off with a bang.


This serie is getting better and better as I read it! I read book #2 and #3 in a row and boy, it was good!

“My entire body jerks as I feel a set of lips on my mouth, a fiery kiss that could light up the night sky above us. I can’t help but respond, my body betraying six years of longing and despair in one single moment.”

This book was intense and I was on the edge of my seat pretty much all the time for this one. Things are getting more and more dangerous around the clubhouse and for Sammi. The more Dornan’s sons die, the tougher things get for her. And on top of that, Jase is onto Sammi like white on rice and he is getting closer and closer to her secret. That mixed with their attraction for each other doesn’t make things easy for them and for Sammi to keep on doing what she came back to the club for.

And as things get hard for Sammi, she makes mistakes. So, needless to say I was stressed while reading. I felt like looking over my shoulder all the time, I was so scared she was going to get busted by the wrong Gypsy Brother.

It is clear in this book that the whole situation is seriously getting to Sammi. It’s taking a toll on her, physically as well as emotionally and so we worry that something is going to give. Which obviously, can’t be good. She is still following her plan but we can feel that it’s hard on her and that she doubts herself at every turn. And her guilt regarding Jase doesn’t help.

“I’ve become so accustomed to fucking the man who raped me and destroyed everything, in my quest to destroy him, that I’ve forgotten what normal feels like.”

I think I had a harder time reading this book because Jase was mad at her in this one. He knows she’s hiding something and even though in the other he knew that too, in this one, he is fed up with her lying and hiding and has his eye on her all the time, without her noticing at first. And of course, it adds up to the pressure Sammi already has.

“It’s at that moment that I realize how much I fucking hate myself. It’s no wonder both Elliot and Jase can’t stand me, or the things I’ve done. The way I’ve been living. The way I’ve never let myself think past the next dead body, but I do think about it now, and it looks just as bleak, cold and unforgiving as Dornan’s eyes when he looks at me.” 

But this book has some twists and surprises up its sleeve that I’m sure you’ll like. It is full of suspense and intensity and the ending was phenomenal!!!! I was seriously frustrated when I finished the book since I couldn’t start the next one right away.

“I think you’re Dornan’s sons,” I say sadly. “And you just kissed the girl who’s going to kill him.”

I seriously can’t wait for Four Score to be out so I can get my hands on it!!!!!!

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