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    It's not fair! My new adiction is go to cost a fortune love this author

    Fast hard and a little bit dark, who wouldn't love this story.. my new found addiction. Plan on reading the whole MC family.
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    Hurts so good!

    Full review appeared at Reader's Edyn on 04/27/20 Ginger met Rebel due to circumstances beyond her control. Kidnapped by a nefarious MC and forced to obey their commands, she ends up in Rebel’s care. But she doesn’t know Rebel is a member of another MC and has infiltrated the evil group to take them down. She ends up in the best possible situation even though she is unaware of it at the time. And his expert assault on her senses creates an addiction that cannot be fulfilled by any other. She isn’t aware of how deep her feelings run until Rebel makes an attempt to save her and she unexpectedly has to run for her life, separating them for 4 long years. Unaware of the status of the club who kidnapped her, she is constantly looking behind her back, expecting that one day they will find her and force her back. Or Rebel will find her and demand his money back that she stole from him. The later happens and suddenly she is completely consumed by those old feelings only he fires in her blood. It isn’t long before danger crosses their paths and both of them end up fighting common enemies. Ginger may harbor unspoken wishes for a future with the untameable nomad, but realistically she knows it isn’t possible. With Rebel continually rushing to her aid each time she needs it, effortlessly caring for her in every possible way, soon hope flares bright. But threats must be thwarted and as soon as one knocks out, another appears. If they can ever reach some level of normalcy, maybe then the slightest possibility of a future could be explored. And Ginger would be in for that scenario, one hundred percent, no questions asked. Rebel claimed Ginger four years ago when he was ordered to brutalize her. Except he didn’t brutalize her, he seduced her instead as a way to protect her. He’s been looking for her since he lost her and now that he’s found her, he isn’t letting her go. But his mind and heart are at war with one another. His heart knows what it wants, but his mind keeps insisting he isn’t the type to settle down. More than that, he doesn’t deserve the happiness Ginger inspires within him. And still, he can’t let her go. When her life is endangered multiple times he has no choice but to react and that means calling in his brothers. Fighting an unknown villain and unmasking a couple of other mutual enemies is a lot to deal with in a short amount of time. But if Rebel and his brothers are anything, they are relentless and none of them will back down until justice has been served on a platter. Another thing those brothers are good for besides having your back … pulling one stubborn man’s head out of a dark place and providing a swift kick in the pants. Maybe then he’ll see just how right his beautiful spitfire is for him – bruises, baggage, brotherhood, and all. For those of you who follow my reviews, you are aware just how much I loved DARK MENACE MC: STONE! And praise the Lord, Hallelujah … Stone returns! It’s just for a bit and is basically revisiting events that have already happened, but I cannot describe to you the huge grin that spread across my face when I realized what was happening. I should have caught on from the beginning given Rebel is the male lead in this thrilling read, but I was unaware of the time frame initially. It didn’t take me long to decipher the events as they unfolded though. This book begins with about the first quarter toggling back and forth from four years ago to the present. The events of four years ago is also parallel to the aforementioned book in which Rebel was deep undercover within the rival MC under the control of the nauseating Wildman. I won’t get into a retelling as most everything occurs within Stone’s book, but it was exciting for me to be able to see the other side of things. I was always a bit curious as to what Rebel was going through undercover and very little was mentioned in the other book. Rebel meets Ginger during that parallel time he was deep undercover, somewhat controlled by Wildman, but carefully speaking and acting in loyalty to Stone. He had to participate in some horrific events, but when he was able to tread on the lighter side of the darkness he was surrounded by, he did and Ginger, luckily, fell into that category. Claiming her began an addiction for them both that four years apart had little effect on. I do wonder what happened after Rebel’s time with Dark Menace. Stone got him out from the Wild Marauders, but he seems to have gone nomad after that. Little to nothing was explained regarding his departure from Dark Menace, so that would be my complaint with the book. What the heck happened? Stone is a terrific leader and cared about his brothers, so why would anyone leave that MC? Now some of you may be wondering if you have to read DARK MENACE MC: STONE prior to this book, given my comments. However, that is not the case. You can read either one of them at any time without interfering with the other, or fearing that anything will be missed. Each of these ...
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    Great book. I can't wait to start Jace's story. Love all Tory's books.
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