Monday, May 4, 2015

Review: Outlaw’s Kiss by Nicole Snow

Publication Date: 12/29/2014
Series: Grizzlies MC #1
Rating: 5 Stars

Official Blurb:



The dirty little secret dad left in the basement was supposed to be our salvation. Guess nobody told him you don't take cash from killers without savage consequences.

Now, the Grizzlies Motorcycle Club owns my sister and I. We're only alive because the rugged hulk with the piercing eyes who won't stop ordering me around says so. He saved us, but he's also an enigma I don't understand.

Why does he keep calling me his old lady? Is he really the light to our darkness? And why the hell can't I stop thinking nasty, shameful things about ending up underneath his wicked tattoos and crude lips?


I claimed her on impulse, and all my brothers laughed. Didn't know I'd end up with a smoking hot spitfire who looks at me like I'm the devil himself.

I expected my reputation to crack, but my damned mind's going with it. She's got me questioning my own club and asking myself every single day how long I can keep my hands off her.

It was only pretend, a way to keep her safe. But I can't ignore the very real brutality, corruption, and danger stalking us. Just like I can't forget the storm in my blood that won't stop howling 'til she's wearing my brand and bracing for my kiss.

Play time's over. Missy's gonna be my old lady – no more faking it – and nothing's standing in my way...

The Outlaw Love books are stand alone romance novels featuring unique lovers and happy endings. No cliffhangers! This is Brass and Missy's story, first in the Grizzlies MC series. 

From the very first chapter of this book, I was emotionally hooked. Snow’s vivid description of that hospital room with Missy’s father had me in tears. 6 weeks prior to me starting this book, I had lost my own father to cancer. The scene she depicted haunted me for a few days after I finished it because it was eerily similar to my father’s last day on this earth.  Of course, my father didn’t have the massive secret that Missy’s dad had been hiding. 

That secret unleashes a whirlwind life change for Missy as the Grizzlies MC want their money back and they’ll do whatever it takes to keep these two girls mouths shut about the shake down.  Yet, in walks Brass, a sinfully sexy biker, who knows that killing these two innocent bystanders in their president’s evil quest for justice is wrong. He does the only thing he knows he can do and claims Missy as his old lady. That will at least buy her and her sister protection until he can figure out what exactly he’s going to do with them and his club both breathing down his neck for justice all the while trying to fight off their budding feelings from getting in the way.

As a fan of MC Romance, I love this book. As a woman who has recently felt the loss of a father and the whirlwind (though mine was a different kind of whirlwind) of his passing, I truly fell in love with Brass and Missy’s story. It’s unconventional in the sheer fact that there wasn’t some long, drawn out romance for Missy to be his old lady. While she didn’t exactly accept her fate with the club, she knows what she has to do to survive. One of the overarching themes of this book that I loved was testing one’s loyalty. Brass has to draw the line on whom he can trust and pledge his loyalty to when even his loose morals are questioned within his club.  Outlaw’s Kiss is a heartpoundingly good story and I can’t wait to read more by Nicole Snow!

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