Monday, January 4, 2016

Review: Hell's Flower by S.L. Schiefer and Jen Cousineau

Publication Date: 8/18/2015
Series: Hell’s Storm MC #1
Rating: 4 Stars


Official Blurb:


Two people. That's how it usually starts right? I grew up believing one thing, only for one day to completely mess up everything I've ever been taught. Was I a good girl? No, not by any means. But, the world I'm about to be thrown into is unlike anything I've ever known. 


Multiple people. I live for club life. As the President of the Hell's Storm MC I protect my brothers at all costs, and they do the same for me. After a rival club killed what was mine, I vowed to live in as many chicks as possible. Never tasting the same one twice. But, all it takes is that one look to completely bring a man, even me, to my knees. 

Two people. Brought up on different sides of the tracks. Two different paths in life. Both will be tested, taken to the very edge of darkness that threatens to consume them both. Will they be able to withstand the heat of hell? Or will they fight to death and lose themselves?

Oooooohh!!!  A new MC series!! Yay!! As a self-proclaimed MC book ho, I knew I had to read this book when it came across our e-mail.   This book series centers around the Hell's Storm MC.  There has been a shake-up in the leadership of the MC and the death of newly appointed President Mace's old lady. Under his father's leadership, MC life was hard and ruined so many lives in the wake of its path of destruction. Under his rules, Mace is working towards legitimizing the club and helping the remaining survivors find a new place of peace in their world and club.

Mace is everything you could want in an alpha male biker. He's fiercely loyal and protective of his club and of course with all the girls available to him, he's a man whore.  Once Mace sets his sights on the sexy mechanic in town, he knows he's royally screwed.  Even with the club girls waiting and willing to do whatever he wants back at the clubhouse,  Mace only has eyes for Raven.  He knows he shouldn't get involved with her, but he's like a moth to the Raven flame.

Raven as I mentioned is a mechanic in her father's garage. While she's not exactly Daddy's angel, she hasn't exactly built a bad reputation either.  She falls in the middle of the bad to good spectrum.  One of the biggest reasons why I liked Raven is how fiery her spirit is.  She's an independent girl who can take care of herself and much to Mace's dismay, would rather take on life alone.

Hell's Flower is a scorching hot MC romance.  The characters were spot on to what I would expect in an MC centered novel and Raven wasn't one of the typical wilting flower female characters that seem to plague MC novels more often than naught.   I am greatly anticipating the next book!

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