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Everyone belongs somewhere. Even the misfits.With the looming threat from the Mancuso Crime Family, the Forsaken Motorcycle Club is preparing for a war that could destroy them. Grady, the club’s Sergeant-at-Arms, knows that love makes you weak, and he has zero interest in adding to his liabilities– especially now. He’s already got his teenage daughter who keeps him on hisEveryone belongs somewhere. Even the misfits.With the looming threat from the Mancuso Crime Family, the Forsaken Motorcycle Club is preparing for a war that could destroy them. Grady, the club’s Sergeant-at-Arms, knows that love makes you weak, and he has zero interest in adding to his liabilities– especially now. He’s already got his teenage daughter who keeps him on his toes and a beef within the club that could fracture his relationship with a fellow brother for good.For Holly Mercer, her life is finally getting on track and the last thing she wants is trouble from her hometown’s resident outlaws. Keeping her nose clean is easier said than done, when suddenly she finds herself embroiled in club business. Holly might like the idea of being with a real-life bad boy, but even being in the same room with tough-as-nails Grady flusters her.When Holly inadvertently finds herself on Mancuso’s radar, she has two choices: trust that Grady will protect her, or continue to refuse the club’s help. Both roads are dangerous, but only one has the chance to damage her beyond repair.Love is never more dangerous than when it can destroy you....

Title : Rev
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ISBN : 21528220
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Number of Pages : 360 Pages
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Rev Reviews

  • Kellie Maddox-Ward
    2018-10-23 22:11

    I really enjoyed this book. However it was not what I thought it would be. I really reallyfreaking reallylove the whole Mafia Vs. Biker theme. It just keeps the missing the mark slightly in my point of view. Yes the mafia is mentioned and does play a bigger part in this book than in the last. But it kinda goes away. One standoff.. and then a few mentions here and there. That’s it. (I really want to know what’s going to happen to “Junior”)This was based more on the MC as a whole. As Grady is the Sgt at Arms. He is dealing with the loss of his best friend and not mourning as he needs to.This is also affecting his daughter, Cheyenne. He just doesn’t realize it. Well the school secretary Holly does. She decides to confront Grady about it as he avoids her at all costs. There is awesome chemistry, but its hate at first sight. They both think the other is really really ridiculously good looking but they are too different. And besides, Grady is an asshole, and Holly has heard all about the types of guys that are in a Motorcycle Club. After all she grew up in this town, She knows how they all are. So she thinks!Some things happen and Holly is targeted by the Mafia and used to get to Grady. (It is actually Alex’s ex that makes an appearance.) This starts their relationship. Together they made me laugh and swoon. They bicker and it is hilarious! They make sweet sweet love. Ok so they fuck each other crazy! We get the story told from both POV’s and a kick-ass epilogue which leads us into Crush! (I not so secretly can’t wait for Chey and Jeremy’s story!) Oh I do need to point out, that something HORRIBLE happens in this book to Holly’s cousin. We are there through the whole thing. People who CANNOT read about rape. Please don’t read that part. Or this book. It is violent. It is graphic. It does actually add to the story so I completely understand why the story went there, but as I said I know some people can’t handle that. So yep.. all in all I liked it. I’m just REALLLLLLY hoping the Mafia storyline is going to kick in a bit more soon. J.C Emery has knack for writing a great story that is dark but light. You giggle, swoon, clench your jaw, mouth vomit, and sigh the whole way through.

  • JudyB
    2018-11-06 01:17

    Rev (Bayonet Scars) I finished this one yesterday and rated it 4 stars. I liked the book, especially the loving relationship between Grady and his daughter. He's the Sargent at Arms (Enforcer) and in previous books came across as the hard ass who didn't seem to have a soft side at all. The h in the series is not weak and while the sex scenes are hot, they are not plentiful, which was fine with me. The book was more about relationships but it kept my interest. It's not perfect. There were a few issues that I don't think were closed out and the ending seemed a little rushed. The book was flowing so well until the last 25% and then it seemed like it was rushed. We see Holly traumatized and unable to cope with severe panic attacks as a result of the violent rape scene but then we jump forward to the epilogue a couple of years later. There was no mention of what the club planned to do with Larry Jennings who was responsible for abducting and torturing Holly & Mindy. Leo, the soldier from the Mancuso family, just suddenly drops out of the picture. A lot of loose ends left hanging. I can understand leaving some suspense for the next book but it was just so abrupt.Warning to any readers who have a trigger about rape. There is a particularly brutal rape scene towards the end of the book. IMO it was a set up for the next book that I think will pair Ian and Mindy. I can read rape scenes and I usually have a high tolerance for violence but that rape scene even made me a little uncomfortable. But I still highly recommend the book.

  • Lisa (A Life Bound By Books)
    2018-10-30 00:18

    I had the awesome chance to beta read this and I just have to say that this is my FAVORITE book in this amazing series to far. JC has totally outdone herself with this book. I can't wait to read it again and MORE! I need more more more!!!I will review at a later date and after reading the final edit copy, so keep an eye out for that on my blog - A Life Bound By Books.

  • Paganalexandria
    2018-11-01 02:29

    Grady is Sergeant At Arms of Forsaken MC, and not at all in sync with his brothers. They are currently at war with Mancuso Crime Family, because of personal drama within the Presidents family. He is prepared to lay his life down for his brothers, but not on board for another brother to die over something he deems unworthy. In the midst of all this, Holly the too prissy school employee enters to nag him about his teenage daughter, and accuse him of being a neglectful parent. Instant enemies are born.The Good:1. I really enjoy the writing style of this author. It does a lot to keep me engaged even when I'm unhappy with certain character behavior choices. 2. Holly is very feminine but is not a push over in a realistic way in extraordinary situations. 3. Grady's relationship with his teenage daughter is the most charming thing about him.The Bad:1. Grady is a tool. I have a very high alphahole tolerance, but he went past my limit...a lot.2. I believed in their hate sex attraction but the switch to instalove transition happened too fast for me. Kind of "I hate you" on Tuesday, they kiss on Thursday, and by Saturday bride magazines start showing up in the mail. 3. At the end there is a very triggering event that left me so cold. I know that this stuff happens a lot in biker romance, but this one was too much for me.Final Thoughts:This series is still pretty solid, just hero problems kept it from earning an extra star.

  • Lucy the book lush
    2018-11-10 00:14

    I just did not connect with these characters.This one was very slow going for me, I didn't like the characters much and I didn't feel their connection. It felt incomplete, club issues were brought up then never discussed again, Standoffs just disappeared.Holly was returning to town after something, not sure what, her backstory was hinted at but was undefined. Overall I thought she was a bit of a shrew. Issues that she had at the end of the book were just danced over and all of a sudden it's year later and they're all better.Rev was rude and horrible to her, not in an attractive a$&holes we love kind of way. He was pretty honest but I really didn't see this sudden attraction happening.There was a very graphic scene that was pretty disturbing but didn't seem to be necessary for the plot of this book. I am assuming it was a set up for a future book in the series. I skipped over this but it may deeply upset some readers so please heed the authors warnings.I will continue to read the series because I have enjoyed the other books. Rev was not the book for me...

  • Amanda
    2018-10-28 00:18

    I may be a little partial...BUT...I think this story is FANTASTIC. This is book #3 in the Bayonet Scars Series and so far my fav. The story is so complex with so many different layers and things happening. First, you have the love story that develops between the Forsaken's Sergeant at Arms ~Grady~ and Holly, who works at his daughter's high school as an admin. Fate seems to throw them together when Leo Scavo is sent to Fort Bragg to collect the Prince and Princess of the Mancuso crime family. Then you have THAT, the Mancuso element of the series making it's comeback to a bigger extent in this story.AND you have some brutal retaliation, not done by the Forsaken. This part is a little hard to read, gut wrenching, and gave me a little bit of that train-wreck-that-I-can't-take-my-eyes-off-of feeling. JC provides a unique perspective from both Grady and Holly's eyes as things unfold here. This is a definite don't miss book, and I can not WAIT for what follows!!!

  • Margreet Asselbergs
    2018-11-01 18:01

    My rating: 5 of 5 ⭐️Hating the fact that she allowed herself to make a series of poor choices that ended her back in her hometown, broke, and living in her parents' house, made Holly Mercer determined to dust herself off, pull up her bootstraps and get herself back on track. But when her job at the local high school puts her in the path of the pig-headed father of a troubled teenage girl, who happens to be part of the local biker club, both her resolve and her libido find themselves on shaky ground.Forsaken MC's VP, Grady, is trying to cope with the loss of his good friend and mentor and doesn't have time for some pain in the arse school administrator to stick their nose in his family. She may be pretty, but he has no time in his life for goody-two-shoes. He has bigger fish to fry. Like the Mancuso Family, who haven't let up on the threats against the Forsaken MC. But when those threats occur on school property and involve his daughter AND the school administrator, Grady doesn't pull any punches and quickly introduces Holly to protective measures, MC style.It doesn't take long for their antagonistic relationship to combust into a passionate inferno once Grady has Holly safely ensconced in his house along with the rest of his family. With protection detail spread thin, there was no other option to ensure her safety, and he frankly didn't mind having her that close. But that doesn't mean she can't be found, or hurt........*****Best scene in a book, EVER!!! And this is how it starts...... "You see that - that nervous excitement you're feeling? I'm under your skin. You don't have to like it, but I'm there," he says so quietly it comes out as a's all I'm gonna give you, because this is a scene that has to be experienced. I adored it!! The tension was phenomenal.There was so much said in this book without words. That may sound weird when talking about a book, but JC Emery has found a way with REV to write very suggestively. Use described body language and peripheral description to outline the underlying context, which fills itself in as you read. The characters are studies in itself, that appear to be perhaps a tad two-dimensional at first, but with the scene I allude to above, they show a completely new awareness that injected this story with many more layers. It forced me to pay closer attention, to read between the lines more and not just go by the words on the paper.Although I guess the book could theoratically stand on its own, I strongly suggest you read both RIDE and THRASH prior to picking up REV. It will provide you with some necessary backstory, to which there is plenty referral. As well as an introduction to the full cast of characters and their individual dynamics, which plays quite a big role. There are some horrendously graphic scenes described in this book. I refer to one incident in particular, but I feel it has a purpose in this story, the entire focus of the series as well as - what I suspect to be - the prep for perhaps a future installment. Very well written, but utterly disturbing.This entire series is highly recommended, but REV is so far my favorite. It feels there has been maturing in the writing by JC Emery. A trust she is putting in the reader now, to pick up on innuendo and suggestion she puts out there, that I haven't seen before. It's a compliment to us, her readers. And she does it damn well!!!

  • R
    2018-11-05 01:28

    Is it just me..I have to almost re read book to so I can remember. Book 1 no problem

  • Carrie (Rotten Banana)
    2018-11-18 02:19

    Overall, this book felt incomplete. For most of the book, the heroine, Holly, was pretty damn annoying. I kept waiting for her backstory which was hinted at to finally be revealed so I could make sense of her erratic behavior. Instead, it was given a half-ass "I'm not going to let my past rule me" when the past was never explained.I liked Grady, for the most part. I liked seeing his sweet side with his mom and daughter. I even liked that he was pretty upfront about his feelings for Holly.I just felt like there was something missing from the relationship - some information that would've make the connection understandable.As far as the continuing story arc, some pretty ultra violent stuff goes down (those with trigger issues please be advised) and then all of a sudden the story jumps 2 years down the line and the reader was left with "we dealt with things".I'm ho hum on this book but I'll still continue with the series.

  • DawnJohnson
    2018-11-16 23:01

    Book 3 of The Bayonet Scars Series Rev has it all you will laugh, you will be sad, you will get a little upset but the whole book keeps you interested from page 1 to the very end. Grady is an ass but we love our Forsaken men that way. Older than some Grady has a lot on his plate as the Sargent of Arms for the MC so when he runs into one Miss Holly well she turns his world on end. Holly someone new to our little group has lived a life not as perfect as her parents think she should have but she kept trying to please them until one day she ran smack into our Grady. Holly & Grady did not hit it off right away but there was that attraction & well they just could not get over it. You will enjoy the writing of Author JC Emery she can tell a story like no other. You will not regret this buy. Enjoy the amazing world of the Forsaken MC & you will love these men as much as I do.

  • Tammy Santiago
    2018-10-30 23:11

    I am one of the lucky beta readers for this awesome lady and I am here to tell you she gets better and better with each book she writes.This book had me hooked from the first line I read and to me the best of the series so will love to hate Grady and keep in mind under the gruff exterior lies a true teddy bear.Our lady in this book is a tough lady and in my opinion a strong willed, hard loving lady who will always go above and beyond the call of duty to be there and help out someone she truly loves.the road to love wasnt easy in this book but it was fun to travel none the less.I love this series and I love this author and if you dont read and recommend this book then you will be missing a dang good story.I proudly give this book 5 stars.Thank you Ms. J.C. for allowing us to be a part of your team.we love you girl.

  • Amanda
    2018-11-17 22:14

    Wasn't really into this book until about 40% in. Again I found the writing style a little lacking for my tastes. But it definitely improved. I loved Grady & Holly. I think they are great characters. Holly is probably one of the strongest heroines I've read in a long time. She has everything it takes to be the perfect Old Lady she just doesn't know it. Grady is strong, dominant, dangerous and totally full of love and the need to be loved by one person for himself.Despite not loving the writing style I will continue with the series as I really enjoy the characters and their story line.

  • Teryl
    2018-11-02 18:05

    While I really enjoyed this book, it felt like something was missing that was in the first two, just can't put my finger on it.

  • R
    2018-11-03 22:25

    Love these guys

  • KC-- Reading Is My Superpower
    2018-11-14 20:26

    *Sigh* I love this series. It is one of my favorite Motorcycle Hotties series. I adore JC Emery's men, and she always has fantastic leading ladies.Rev picks up where Thrash leaves off. This is another thing I really like about this series. There is no huge time gap, and all of the books just flow together like they could have been all one book. There is just enough back story to "remind" you of what happened in the previous books, but not so much that you feel like you are reading the same book over and over again. The plot just flows from book to book. And although there hasn't been a solution to the "situation" that started in book one, there is no cliffhangers and you don't feel like anything is missing. The book is tied up nicely and also sets up the next book, which Iam seriously hoping is Jeremy aka Baby Boy and Cheyenne (Grady's Daughter). I loved them as side characters and I really really want to know their story, because reading Rev lets you know that something is going on...Now, lets talk about Grady. Oh my-- can we say Lush?? I loved him. He was a total jerk, and he did not care if you thought he was. I think he actually tried to be as big of a jerk as he could be - like it was his life's mission. But, you discover he has a soft side, that when coaxed, comes out. He really surprised me with the way he would do things and the things that he found important. When he was all in, he was all in. And when he wanted something, he took it. And it did not matter what he had to do in order to get it. And although he came across as not caring about anything other than himself, turned out to be selfless.. he was amazing.Holly... freaking loved her. She was sassy, smart and self sufficient. She was recovering from a bad situation, and decided to move back home and live with her friend in order to get back on top of her game. She didnt take crap from anyone, but she was always sweet about it, and her snarkiness made me want to cheer her on sometimes. She was not about to cave to anyone, including Grady. But what she didn't know was her smart mouth, her attitude and her willingness to throw a rant and stand up for herself, had Grady on his knees. Yet, she wants nothing to do with him. I mean, come on, the county's top cops daughter dating the towns outlaw motorcycle clubs sergeant in arms??? Yeah, not a good idea. But we don't control who we fall in love with do we??The side characters in Rev were just as good as the main ones. Cheyenne, Grady's daughter, was very prominent and I really am hoping her story gets told. She was a huge part of Grady, and the way he is with her blew me away. This rough and tough tattooed bad boy, goes all mushy when it comes to his girl. The Manusco's are still causing trouble. I really like the way the author has brought this plot through all of the books, yet I have not gotten tired of it and thought "OMG, can we just get on with it already. It's time to wrap this up." It has just flowed through, and we get a bonus bad guy in this one, that changes things and Im really anxious to see how it plays out. Because now Im wondering who the bad guys really are. Rev is a perfect addition to the Bayonet Scars series. And I am now anxious to get my hands on the next one!!! I was begging for Jeremy's story after Thrash... and Iam begging for Jeremy's story again-- Please please please let Jeremy's story be next!!!!

  • Rhea Dsouza
    2018-10-25 18:26

    Oh dear God, Grady, how much I love thee.Technically I’m supposed to be writing a review. I’m supposed to either hate this book and dissect it minutely (like I did to Ride) OR I’m supposed to fangirl incoherently (like I did to Thrash ) but I’m going to do neither here. Instead, I’m going to give you a list of reasons you should have read Rev like, yesterday.1) Two words. Sterling. Grady. This man is nothing short of a SEX GOD and he frikkin’ knows it. But the part that will really appeal to you? His relationship with his daughter. This guy—all big and bad—is an amazing dad. God. He’s so damned good with his daughter that you, dear reader, are going to lose your ovaries due to the unexpected fluff in this book. Also, the stuff he says? Fuckawesome.2) Two words. Um, again. Holly. Mercer. You remember those teachers in school that personified tough love? They’d push you and threaten you and make you do that thing you don’t want to, all in the name of academics. Yeah. Holly Mercer is that type. She’s smart and sexy and kind. She has a spine and a voice of her own and she’s not afraid to use it.3) Unfinished Mancuso Mafia Business. Remember Alexandra Mancuso and her escape and the entire thing with her brother Michael? Yeah. There’s more where that came from. It’s unresolved and while there were other elements in this book, the Mancusos are far from finished with the Forsaken MC.4) Reading any one book of this series is going to force you into Binge Reading this entire series. Been there, done that. You’re going to learn something new about each character, which will make you want to read the book based on that character and if it’s not out yet, it will make you want to cry. Trust me.5) Grady and Ryan. So I know I’ve mentioned Grady before but these two are very, very volatile with each other. Grady hates Ryan because of Alex (you’ll know why if you read Ride, so fucking read Ride) and Ryan hates Grady because he keeps making unpleasant comments about Alex. So there’s a lot of scenes in this book where the tension between them is REAL and you just feel like they’re gonna shoot each other and finish it up.6) Mature Adults. Phew. You will not see this type of maturity with neither Ryan-Alex nor Duke-Nic. It’s only Grady and Holly that seem to be real adults, with real adult like mannerisms and adult like problems.7) The Sex. I’m not going to say it. No, I’m not. There’s very little sex, and in typical JC style, there’s attention to just enough detail BUT I’m not saying anything more. Nope.There you have it. All the reasons you should read Rev. I still say that my favorite is Thrash, but that’s just me :)Warning: There is a scene in Rev, around the end of the book, which may be for mature audiences. I’m going to keep the author’s confidence and not reveal what the scene is about, but I’d suggest that the scene be read at the reader’s discretion.Find this review and more at Rhea's Neon Journal

  • Tina Lee Harris
    2018-10-19 21:26

    3.5 starsI am not sure how to feel about this book. It took awhile for the book to grab a hold of me and drag me into the story. Overall I enjoyed it, I mean it has hot MC guys with tats, club drama, could have used little more for me, tears, laughs and a love story of course.We meet Holly Mercer who has to move back home to live with her parents before deciding to share an apartment with her cousin Mindy. Holly has made several bad decisions in her life but one of the best ones might be when she decided to go head to head with biker Sterling Grady Forsaken’s Sergeant at Arms. Holly is the counselor at the local high school and will do everything she can to get Grady’s daughter back on track to graduate high school.Sterling Grady who will do anything for his daughter, his mom and his Brothers in the club. He is stubborn, does not do well with someone that tells him what to do and has absolutely no idea what he is going to do with a nosy Holly. No one tells him how to raise his daughter. He tries his best to scare her away but she refuses to give up without a fight. Holly has always had a thing for the bad boys and Grady is no different. She knows better than to want anything from him but her body want him like no other. Once things heat up between Grady and Holly, she realized that she is over her head in love with him. As there continues to be threats to the club, Holly seems to always be caught in the middle of them. When Holly is taken, Grady does not like the feeling he has that he was unable to keep her safe and he needs to find her. Will Grady be able to save Holly and keep her safe from outside threats? Can Holly make an honest man out of Grady by being his Old Lady?

  • AlligatorSmith loves to read
    2018-11-02 00:01

    At first, I thought this one wasn't as crazy as the first one (Ride) but then phew! the stuff near the end (and I won't give it away). Holly and Grady were more mature main characters than those in Ride and Thrash, and I enjoyed that aspect and this book a lot. Grady was pretty mean in the first two books in the series, especially with his attitude about Alex, and here he's still pretty mean and grouchy at times. I liked how Holly, who has been fighting herself and her natural inclinations to not be a goody-goody, finds Grady and then is able to be herself, not the sham she was being for her family. And Cheyenne, Grady's daughter, is just a gem to read about - loved the epilogue.This series is well-written, and with the Italian Mafia and other local enemies, Emery gives us the grittiness of what a one-percent(er) pot growing and distributing MC would be doing. In this one, there are a few scenes that some readers might not like/enjoy due to violence to women, but the story seems right for what this MC really is.This is one series I waited to read until the first three books were out, and now it's also one for which I can't wait to read the books that follow. Five stars for me.Thanks for reading!

  • Annie ♥TrueLoveStoriesNeverEnd♥
    2018-11-03 00:20

    I love, love, loved this story. Even Ryan (the Ass hat) couldn't mess this up for me. Grady is just perfect. *sigh* and Holly is just outstanding as a civilian in the MC world. The ending had me in tears oh dear...Mindy...I need her story like yesterday just to get over it.This has the most graphic and scary depiction of sexual and physical assault I have ever read. I usually stay away from such books as I am prone to trigger reactions to sexual assault depictions. So far nothing, but I cried buckets. Oh and Grady's version of Monopoly is hilarious...moving on.The story arc that has been building since Ride is fleshing out more and more but Grady and Holly get their HEA and their own epilogue set years in the future. Thank you for this Mz Emery I need to see Mindy a bit in the future it did soften the aforementioned scene. In hindsight maybe the reason for no nightmare.Waiting impatiently for crush.

  • She Hearts Books
    2018-10-23 21:28

    Cheyenne is having trouble in school and is on the verge of being expelled. Holly doesn't want to see that happen and goes to Chey's father for help. Grady isn't receptive to her at all. In fact he is combative and offensive telling her to mind her own business. That all changes when his daughter is in danger and Holly steps in which puts her in danger as well. He lets down his walls and begins to care for her. He wants to protect her. Grady and Holly together are off the chart hot. Whether they are bickering or sharing a passionate moment, they are scorching. I loved seeing Grady falling for her. Especially knowing his part in the MC. This other side of him is just plain sexy.Now I give you fair warning that there is a rape scene that Holly witnesses. It is graphic and brutal. It is heart wrenching and breaks Holly, but Grady is there to piece her back together.I give Rev 5 hearts!

  • Sam Canto
    2018-11-16 18:03

    Okay so I totally DNF this one at 20% for many reasons. I love a good biker romance and in fact I was having a good streak with them until this one. The plot was great and the story seemed very promising but the execution? Nah.I didn't like the writing style, it gets too dragged and overwhelming, I found myself skipping pages just to reach the important parts but my main dislike of this book is the main guy. I know we all love an alpha douche who is hard around the edges and blah blah blah but the guy here was a complete asshole! He had no respect for Holly and was a crappy father, I honestly couldn't put pass the way he threatens Holly, so no. This one didn't work for me at all.

  • JJH--Judy
    2018-10-29 22:01

    Once again great writing style, with interesting, well developed characters. I really liked the h, Holly. I thought she was a great balance of smart, caring, a little sassy, and tough all at the same time. She knew her limits, when to push, and I really didn't notice any tstl movements--which doesn't happen often for me. The Romance develops gradually, even though the attraction is apparent immediately. Very violent at end (some readers will find it very distressing), however, I liked the way the aftermath of the "incident" was dealt with. It felt more realistic to me, then an immediate "everything goes quickly back to the way it was". I Really enjoyed epilogue.

    2018-11-15 20:05

    Well I've been waiting for this book and finally I've read it and it was worth the wait Rev and Holly were everything I hoped they would be Rev alpha male Holly sassy not taking any of his crap sexual tension off the charts 52% in we get our first kiss and man I waited for the fireworks and I was not disappointed 92% in and cue the tears that was hard to read my heart was breaking for Mindy and Holly. The epilogue was awesome I want more more more JC I was thinking maybe Mindy and Ian hey what do u think lol 5 amazing stars!!!!

  • Saunders
    2018-11-04 19:17

    There are a lot of biker story's around but I have to say this is one of the best I have read so far. It was raw, emotional, and it also has extreme scenes...........but its got a story. A good story and each book I have read (3 so far) has gathered in strength. I am not sure where JC Emery is going with the next one but the Mafia plot has gone quiet (for now?) and there is still a lot of unfinished business with them so I hope there a lot more of these books to come.JC Emery is now on my radar and I look forward to the next story in this very well written series.

  • Peggy
    2018-11-15 23:12

    Holy crap does J.C. Emery know how to keep readers on edge! This is the 3rd book in the series and it's getting even better and better and.... yep, you guess it...better! Talking about keeping you glued to the reader and sitting up on edge...even at times yelling at character or two... You're really missing out if you have not started this series yet! But it's time for me to move forward to the next one...*received for an honest review*

  • Sandra
    2018-11-06 02:20

    My favorite of the series. Grady was a little bit, ok a big bit rough around the edges, but I enjoyed that Holly stood up to him. I felt there was a slow burn to their romance, which is kinda rare. (view spoiler)[ one scene a little hard to handle, I understand why it was in the book and I LOVED Ian (I loved him in the other books too. He was all I liked in book #1, IIRC) and IREALLY hope he's next up. Loved the epilogue too (hide spoiler)]

  • JackieKiwibooknerd
    2018-11-15 19:02

    Yeah I don't know how I feel about this series.....On one hand I love it, because I enjoy a great MC book and this one is raw, gritty, angsty, and full of drama but on the other hand I don't know why we have to read about a brutal rape in every single book. I mean does this have to happen all the time?? So as I said before not sure how I feel about this.....

  • Heather
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  • Suzanne (Lily)
    2018-10-25 19:26

    Reading this series as a collection and although I'm barely highlighting, I'm totally absorbed with each story.

  • Lu Bielefeld **
    2018-11-07 23:26

    I'm really enjoying this series.I liked the characters and I'll keep reading the series.The author has potential! I liked her writing.I thought Elle would cause problems for the couple.