Sunday, April 9, 2017

Review: Wicked Bastard by Emily Minton and Shelley Springfield





Publication Date: March 11, 2017
Series: Grim Bastards MC #5
Rating: 5 Stars 






Official Blurb: 
She's a woman who doesn’t believe in love.


Daughter of an alcoholic, Pru Turner has spent her entire life taking care of her mother. She has built walls of steel around her heart, never allowing anyone in. When Hack came into her life, those walls came tumbling down. But when he walked out on her, she decided to never let anyone close to her heart again. That changes when she gives birth to Hack’s daughter. Now, she has to decide if she can trust him enough to let him back into her life again.

He's a bastard with a tortured past.

The Bastards’ Treasurer, Noah 'Hack' Chambers, isn’t a typical biker. He spends his time trying to forget the death of his old lady, deciding to never let anyone touch his heart again. When he meets Pru, everything changes, and he knows that his heart will never be the same. Fear of feeling the pain of loss again and duty to his brothers take him from her side until an unexpected message brings him back to her and their daughter. Now, he has to prove his love for her.

Can two people with troubled pasts forgive and forget, or are they destined to be alone forever?






Review: I have loved this series from book one, but this one takes the cake. I love Hack aka Noah and Pru so much! The chemistry and connection between these two is off the charts. I was hooked from the first page.

Hack lost the love of his life, and his club sends him away to find himself. He never expects to meet Pru, but when duty calls he leaves her behind. Pru vowed to never make the same mistakes as her mother, but Hack is different and she knows it. But when he leaves it broke her completely and now she has to pick her head up and raise their daughter. What happens when Hack realizes he made the biggest mistake of his life? Will Pru open her heart or will their love be lost forever?

I seriously wanted to knock Hack out a few times, but at the same time I understood where he was coming from. Pru is such a strong woman and always held her head up high. I loved it when these two where together… just pure perfection. Emily and Shelley know how to make me laugh, cry, and swoon and I can’t wait to see what these two bring next.







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