Review: Deviance by K.E. Osborn
Publication Date: October 15th, 2018
Series: Chicago Defiance MC #3
Rating: 5 Stars
Official Blurb: I’m broken.
My fractured pieces held together by the grit of my brothers.
My sanity—questionable at best.
My pride—rocked every time someone says I’m a cold-blooded monster.
It happened when she walked away.
Forcing me to become the man I am today.
Now, she’s back with a threat on her tail, and I’m the only man who can protect her. My brothers don’t know the reason she left, but they’re about to find out.
This story is a hell of a ride—it’s chaotic, gritty, raw, and unrelenting.
Love—it breaks you.
Will society’s outcasts survive their deviance?
Review: Ah, finally! It feels like I’ve been waiting for Trax’s story, and believe me, it did not disappoint in the slightest. I have to say that I have loved all the books, but this one has to be my favorite so far. I’m not sure if it was the connection, or the things they had to go through, but I fell head over heels for Trax and Mylee.
I’m a sucker for second chance romances, and this one was perfect. There were so many obstacles that both Trax and Mylee had to overcome. Mylee was struggling with living with a disease that could make her lose it at any time, and Trax had to overcome the monster within. Yes, there were times I wanted to smack Trax a few times, but he finally won my heart over. Even after two years of being apart, the chemistry between these two was undeniable, and oh so sweet.
There are so many more ups and downs with this book because of Mylee’s disease, but also with things happening within the club. This book literally pulled at my heart strings from the beginning. There are so many things I adore about this series, but my favorite is the bond between them all. Once you are in, then you are family for life, no matter what. I’m looking forward to the next book because I’m sure it’s going to be a bumpy, yet heart stopping ride.