Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Review: Truth by A.C. Bextor

Publication Date: 9/27/2015
Series: Vengeance Duet #2
Rating: 5 Stars

Official Blurb:

This is book two of the Vengeance Duet, which completes the series. It's categorized as romantic suspense, which include darker themes. Due to circumstances and content, this book should not be read by those under the age of 18.


The players have been identified and the plan is in formation. 

Connotation. Inference. Postulate.

To ensure Casey’s safety and avenge his sister’s death, Max Taylor continues his vow for vengeance against the men who threaten harm to those he loves.

Trueness. Verity. Honesty.

His life within the Creed MC compound is darkening as each day passes. Until now, he’s been left without word from those who swore their allegiance to his cause.

Veracity. Credibility. Authenticity.

As the bonds of brotherhood are further tested, Max is soon forced to accept what should ultimately set him free. 


To say that I loved the first book, Dirty, is pretty much understatement. There are no words to describe my ultra-love for Em and Max.  Truth picks right up where Dirty left us and throws us into a trial by fire for the second half the two book series. 

First off, Holy twist and turns, batman!!! I didn’t even see half the plot twist coming!  I can’t even accurately describe how the plots twists messed with my head. It was gut wrenchingly dark yet and at times nearly enough that my stomach churned.   There so many bad people in poor little Casey’s world and their self-justified actions left me screaming for Max to take her then instead of waiting.  A sweet little girl like that should never be faced with that kind of life or horrors.  Hangar’s mental hang-ups make me want to puke just thinking about the sick SOB.  Uggghhhhhh.

I know some of you may be wondering about the ending and whether or not, Max succeeds in his mission, but I can’t tell you that!  The ending is a bit unexpected, but it fits with the mystery to this story.  I will say that most of the questions I had were answered and  I learned to deal with some of the answers that I didn’t exactly like.  Not everyone’s life can be rainbows and glitter, right?

Anyways… back to the review…

To sum up this book and this series, the only world I could think of that would be appropriate is that it is f-ing brilliant. I really wanted to use the right word, but I didn’t want to get the old heave-hoe from Amazon upon posting the review.   Truth is deliciously dark and satisfies every part of a dark MC read that I could have desired. I am sad to see these characters go, but honestly, I don’t know if I could survive another torturous book.  This book is definitely a call for your tissues stock pile!!

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