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Series: Devil's Renegade MC
Genres: Romance, Fiction, MC, BDSM, Contemporary, Erotica
Also by this author: Sinner's Creed, SInner's Revenge
I’m that girl…
The girl every woman loves to hate.
The one your man dreams about.
I live up to my name…
And this is my story.
She needs something. Something Devil’s Renegade MC Sergeant at Arms Bryce is more than willing to give. But he’s not the kind of man who asks. He takes. And soon, he will take her. He’ll dominate her. He’ll captivate her. She’ll be his—no patches…no property…no titles. Only her. Only him.
She thinks this is her story to tell.
It very well may be.
But he…is fixing to rewrite it.
ARC provided by Author/Publisher for honest review.
There are books that you pick up thinking to yourself, this is going to be a good book. The cover for Clubwhore is one of the hottest I’ve seen, I mean really, look at it. Kim Jones captured every bit of my smut-loving book whore heart before I even read the synopsis. Then the synopsis made me think — oh yeah dirty, dirty — so I’m going into this book thinking it’ll be the first melt my panties off hot book for 2016.
And it is combustable.
This is one of those books that I just felt how epic it was going to be and that if I just get to the next page I’ll get exactly what I want, and I do, and then I needed the next page. Putting the book down was not an option, the hour or so I had to adult around 30% in was pure torture. I said before I expected panty-melting, what I didn’t expect was the amount of emotion that was torn away from my soul.
Delilah is probably the best heroine I’ve read in the last year. Jones hit every single part of what makes a character go beyond the words on the pages. She became real to me. Her character will talk to you, get under your skin, touch the slightly damaged pieces of you.
I hate going into the darkness. It’s a place that you have to feel to understand.
I cried for her.
Bryce is an enigma. I’m honestly not sure how to put into words how I feel about him, it seems daunting to even try. He’s an imposing figure. I’m not talking about looks, though the image that Jones paints for him is wet dream worthy. He reads people in a way that makes you almost feel uncomfortable, there’s no hiding from him. Not that you’d want to.
“As long as we’re here, you belong to me. I’m your Bryce and you’re my Love. No dominant. No submissive. Just us.”
I love how he takes care of Delilah. How he instinctively knows what she needs and gives it to her. For every time she ripped my heart out, Bryce was there pushing it back into place. A perfect mix of gentle giant and scary alpha biker. You know he could crush you — she knew he could crush her — and yet he makes you trust him to not. I’m feeling kind of possessive of him, like he’s my book boyfriend and I don’t want a single other person to have him. Irrational, but true.
My whole world is centered on him. I smell only him. Taste only him. Breathe only him. Want … need … crave … only him.
Clubwhore by Kim Jones is the best book I didn’t realize I needed to read. I’ve been flayed and pieced back together. Delilah is like a phoenix and Bryce is the flame she’s reborn through. It’s obvious that the author opened a vein and put something deeper than just some words on a page. Five Plus Stars and Five Plus Drenched Panties — Clubwhore is a book any and all book whores must read.
Now, I’m going to go wallow in the biggest book hangover I’ve had in months.