💔ARC BOOK REVIEW💔
Release Date-22nd April 2018
She was the light to my darkness.
New York Times and USA Today Best Seller L. Wilder brings readers a new Satan’s Fury series that is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
In Memphis, Tennessee, Satan’s Fury MC had become the most notorious MC in the city. That recognition hadn’t come easy. While people were visiting Graceland and walking down on Beale Street, my brothers and I were at war, fighting rival MCs and gangs who were trying to take control of our territory.
We had staked our claim, but when a new threat arrived, everything we had worked for would be put in jeopardy.
Kenadee Brooks was a nurse, trying to save lives and make a difference in the world. The moment I saw her, it wasn’t just her beauty that caught my eye. It was the light that burned deep inside of her that drew me in. I longed for it, and with each moment I spent with her, the more determined I became to make her mine.
But when she was pulled into my world, saw the life that I lived, would that light I craved still burn bright or would it disappear forever?
ARC BOOK REVIEW
This Is my first book by L Wilder and I found it to be an enjoyable experience.
I do usually prefer my MC romances of a much darker nature.
Don’t get me wrong this was not all puppies and rainbows, far from it.
But I did find this to be much lighter than what I usually go for in this particular genre.
That said this made a nice change and I did love the overall romantic dynamic portrayed between Sawyer and Kenadee.
I found the interactions between these two really sweet.
Another Thing I really liked here was that Sawyer was a single dad.
It was fabulous to see the contrast between big bad biker and the committed family man and dad that Blaze ultimately was.
This book had a bit of everything with its fast past suspenseful storyline.
And at its centre was a sweet romantic love story that pulled at my heartstrings.
I really liked both main characters here, they were such relatable individuals.
This book also had an array of interesting side-characters all bringing something unique to the table.
This wasn’t an angsty story at all.
Most of the drama came from the turf-war occurring alongside the romance.
There was no OW or OM drama and the romance portrayed here was of an easy-going but passionate nature.
If I had to nitpick, I would have maybe liked Kenadee to have more of a backbone when it came to questioning the events surrounding her.
I felt she was too accepting at times considering this lifestyle was a totally new thing to her.
I would have expected her to be more shocked at things than she initially was.
All that aside this was an enjoyable read that I am happy to recommend.
Thank You to the Author for providing me with an ARC of “Blaze:: Satan’s Fury MC- Memphis Chapter” of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.