Arianne runs from her father, Viper, the deadly leader of the Black Jacks MC club, and jumps straight out of the frying pan and into the fire. Landing squarely in the hands of Jagger, leader of the rival MC club to the Jacks, Sinners. But Arianne is more than a sweet butt, or an old lady, she has fire, and fight, and Jagger really doesnt know what hit him! When Arianne's brother is caught in the cross fire, and Arianne is called as "blood prize" she finds herself finally belonging to someone, but not quite in the way she wants. Can their passion for each other override the club feud?
I think I may have found my new love, MC books. I LOVED this! This ain't no fluufy romance, there is bloodshed, drugs, attempted rape, gun running and people smuggling. BUT equally, there is faith, passion, honour, love and laughter, fighting for what you believe in, and who you love.
Its written from Arianne and Jagger's POV, and they both take no prisoners in having their say. They are, both of them, tainted somewhat by the lifestyle, but only Arianne wants to run away, with her brother, for a better life. Jagger just needs to make her see that she can have a better life with the Sinners than the Jacks, with him and his people. He is just afraid, (although won't use that word!) since he has a bad history of taking an old lady. But finally, he sees sense, and so does Arianne, and they do get their happy ever after. Although I'm not entirely sure Jagger is fully aware of how much sway Arianne will have. I LOVED this woman! So strong, after such a bad childhood.
Future books are also aid out, we get a snippet of Cade and Dawn, and I saw that one coming, right from their first meeting!
It is violent, and involves some scenes readers may find difficult. BUT still an amazing read and I look forward to reading more by this author.
5 full stars.
She didn’t have to look up to know Jagger was watching her. She could feel his gaze burning into her skin, but instead of intimidating her, his frank interest made her bold. Lifting her head, she shook off her fear, and met his stare full-on, smiling before she dropped her gaze. Confident, not challenging. That was the key.