Release Date-16th May 2017
Genre-Dark MC Romance
Kindle Edition-240 Pages
Publisher-Limitless Publishing LLC
This book ends with a small cliffhanger. Intended for 18+. May contain Triggers.
I was raised by the Devil himself.
Formed into a man who was unreachable.
I went from the boy with bruises to the man with a trigger.
Killing is the only thing that calms the itch.
The demons inside were a constant battle…
…until she changed everything.
Problem is when you spend most of your time in the dark, is it smart to step into the light?
This book, god I loved it.
Trigger (Devil’s Reach, #1) is the story of Trigger and Tess both two very damaged individuals who in each other find the solace they need and crave.
What starts as two people scratching there itch with each other gradually morphs into so much more.
Not that either of them will actually admit that aloud.
Tess is running from her past and trigger lives his each and every day with no regard for anyone but his club.
When Tess joins her best friend Matt now Brick in Santa Monica she enters a whole new world.
Brick now VP in the Devils Reach MC hires Tess to work the bar at the MC club that Trigger is Pres of.
Good job nothing phases this girl because the book is hardcore with cold-blooded murder, Torture, and dismemberment.
They actually have a slaughter room!!!!
With a drain!!!
The Devils Reach MC is the real deal and Tess soon starts to think of them as the family shes always longed for.
So this had everything you could want and as I said earlier it really doesn’t pull its punches when it comes to the action portrayed here.
I really loved both main characters.
Even though in real time I would probably pee my pants having to deal with Trigger he is one scary individual.
And Tess she was so feisty a real no shit or drama sort of girl.
Also quite willing to stand her ground when needed
She is no shrinking violet.
A real match for the explosive Trigger.
So this also had an amazing supporting cast and shock and horror it also ends on a misunderstanding and a cliff-hanger.
but fear, not I have the next book, which I’m soo off to read like now.
Cant recommend this enough if you like a real MC story it was fantastic and hooked me straight from the very beginning.
Just a warning this is not a kittens and rainbows sort of story so if you like your books a bit tamer than this “Trigger” probably isn’t the one for you, just saying.
I was provided with a review copy of “Trigger (Devil’s Reach, #1) ” By the author of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.