Thursday, March 16, 2017

Devil's Mark: The Devil's Keepers

Devil's Mark: The Devil's Keepers by Megan Crane

Devil's Mark: The Devil's Keepers by [Crane, Megan]

Holly Chambless is tired of being the squeaky clean daughter of Lagrange’s holier-than-thou mayor. When her father is charged with corruption, she realizes that her whole life’s been a lie. Now’s her chance to do all the things she never dared, like scoring a job at a bar where reputations go to die, or reconnecting with the biker who sparked a secret hunger in her all those years ago. Holly isn’t a wide-eyed girl anymore—and this time she wants a taste of what has always been denied. 
Killian “Uptown” Chenier has no time for stuck-up princesses. He likes fast bikes and wild sex. Sure, he remembers Holly. He sent her running with a wicked smile and a lesson about prying eyes. And sure, she’s grown up smoking-hot, with a body he’d like to personally desecrate. But Devil’s Keepers business is real and intense. Her daddy stole from the club, leaving his pretty blonde daughter a walking target. And when Uptown takes aim at what he wants, he never misses.


4.0 out of 5 stars bikers make a comebackMarch 16, 2017
This review is from: Devil's Mark: The Devil's Keepers (Kindle Edition)
Take a super prim and proper girl, trying to make it on her own, and a big bad biker with a secret sweet spot for her? Well, you get an explosive, sexy book! Sure, he can tell himself and the club that he's doing it for them, but, in reality, how can you use, and throw away someone who's just truly good? This is the first I've read of the series, and apparently there are 3 out. It was stand alone, meaning you don't feel like you've missed anything by not reading the first two. And, by the end, you're going to want to go back and read those! I certainly am! I thought I was over reading biker books, but this was different, in a good way. It wasn't just a bad boy needing redemption. There was a thickness to the plot beyond the sexy bad boy. I couldn't put it down.
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