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  • Not my favorite, nut still entertaining!

    Full review appeared at Reader's Edyn on 04/05/20 Rosa is on the run for a couple of reasons. The first is a dangerous Ex, Evil, who will make her pay for leaving him. The other is a bit more like buying time rather than running because she knows her reunion with Raze is inevitable. She just doesn’t know when. She did something very bad under duress and Raze was the one to pay the price. For now, she is trying to get her life back together and right any wrongs that she can. But Raze shows up much sooner than expected and Rosa has no choice but the meet his punishment head-on. She feels she deserves it anyway given how she treated him. But Rosa has always loved Raze and a very tiny part of her hopes that he feels the same way. It’s been a long time since they have seen each other, but their history together should help bring them closer, not tear them apart. Unfortunately, Raze is beyond livid and it seems his anger is far greater than anything Rosa expected. She’s no longer his best friend’s kids sister, she’s now his prisoner and she has no idea how to get through to him. So for now, she’ll submit to the punishment. But she’s also been pushed around long enough and that rebellious part of her who has tasted independence won’t go down without a fight. Raze has had three long years in jail thanks to Rosa. Three years to stew in his rage. Three years to plot everything he plans to do to the traitorous witch once he finds her. Three years to war internally over why she would betray him. Three years to lust after the object of his greatest desires. He doesn’t have a clue what the heck happened, or why, but Rosa is his now. Enforcer of the Wreckers, the club has agreed that Raze determines Rosa’s penance. But she messed with the Club when she screwed with Raze’s life, so she owes them all. They’ve kept tabs on her, making it easy for Raze to retrieve her following his release. So what if she retracted her testimony that sent him to prison. It was too little too late. But as soon as they come together again, their passion surges to insurmountable heights. Raze is torn between the atonement demanded by him and his Club and his raging desire to claim her as his forever. Now that he’s got her, letting her go no longer seems to be an option. But her Ex is still lurking in the shadows and poses a very real threat. A member of a rival MC, he refuses to let her go without a fight and her very presence in their compound could once again bring trouble to the Wreckers. But out of danger comes a selfless act and suddenly everything shifts. Raze has a chance to be with Rosa free of the constraints of responsibility to his Club and suddenly his only problem is the worry that if lets her go, she may not choose to stay. Good grief these MC reads can be a bit rough. But rough in a good way. I’m not exactly sure how to explain it. These aren’t your garden variety HEA romances. There are often fights and blood and gritty content. There are also a whole different set of rules to live by. A world within the world as the average person knows it. The foremost of these rules is Club above all else. This is my second book by Ms. Richards, both set within this intriguing setting. At times I find this way of life difficult to buy into while simultaneously jumping right in … enchanted almost, by this secretive world completely off-limits to outsiders. That said, I wasn’t quite as caught up in this book as I was the first time I introduced myself to Ms. Richards. I ended up with several questions when I finished reading, so the rating sits at a 3. Very enjoyable, but unlikely to revisit. Honestly, given how much I loved the previous book with this author, I was a bit disappointed. However, I am still fascinated by these MC stories and will definitely be coming back to Ms. Richards for future reads. One great book and one good book isn’t what you would call a bad track record by any means. Jumping into some of the questions I had – and this was one I had from the previous read. With Rosa and her roommate forced guests of the Wreckers, what happens to their jobs and home? They basically get picked up off the streets and deposited into an unknown place, far away from their reality. I struggle to grasp this questionable concept as it seems to be a common theme. I also have no idea how Rosa even got involved with Evil in the first place. There wasn’t much explained regarding how they met or even how Rosa was sucked into the MC life. And what are the chances that Raze is going to come out of the service, seeking a connection as a result of losing part of himself during war, then end up in an MC as well? His role as the enforcer makes sense though given his military background. I also struggled with Raze wanting Rosa so bad and knowing she wanted him. Sure, they were much younger, but Rosa continues to plague Raze’s dreams. He’s her first kiss and “jail bait”, but once she’s old enough, Raze still stays away because she’s Johnny’s little...

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