Saturday, January 5, 2019

Review: Penance by K.E. Osborn





Publication Date: July 26th, 2018
Series: Chicago Defiance MC #2
Rating: 5 Stars 








Official Blurb: I'm not sure how it happened.
The way the cord of life can splinter and snap without warning.

My family—in hiding from the Japanese Yakuza.
My club—at war with the very organization my family is hiding from.

Though, amidst the chaos, there is one shining light.
A Spanner in the works.
A woman who’s not only the complete opposite of me, and everything I stand for, but a woman who my parents should frown upon. 
She’s brash, where I am guarded. We shouldn't work.

This story isn't about a dynasty reuniting and mending old wounds—it's betrayal, deception, conflict and turmoil.

Bloodshed—it's coming.

Who will pay the ultimate penance?






Review: So, as soon as I finished book one, I went right into book two. I couldn’t wait to see what was next, after the way the first one ended. I knew things were about to get crazy. I just didn’t know how crazy.

When I read the first book, I honestly pictured Sensei a lot different. I don’t know why, but once I read his book, I understand him so much better now. It was amazing seeing him so knocked back by Ayla aka Spanner and Sass, when they first met. Sensei is a very dominate man, and Ayla is perfect for him with her sassy mouth and cute and quirky comebacks. They are both so completely opposite, yet so freaking perfect together. And the chemistry… oh my God. It’s off the charts smoking hot!

This book pulled at my emotions a lot more than the first one. For some reason, I connected with the characters more, than in the first. There is still the perfect amount of story versus MC, and I love the connection all the brothers share. I have loved both books so far, and I can’t wait to see what lies ahead.




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