Genres: Erotica, Fiction, General, MC
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"An unexpected evil brings both the MC and Military world together in this brand new series by J.M. Walker"
He wants to be alone.
Nightmares from his past keep him guarded and afraid.
Vice-One is his life. They’re his brothers—the only people who helped keep him out of his own head long enough to move on from the childhood he never asked for.
His therapy has been protecting his country, barely taking a break before beginning his next mission. But no amount of training can prepare him for his great challenge yet—convincing Meeka Cline that she will be his.
She wants out.
Her world fell apart when King’s Harlots no longer trusted her, but she continues to fight to gain back their respect.
All she wants is to help those wronged by the evil that has put a shadow on everyone she knows.
Asher Donovan comes to her for help when he needs her most only to have passion flare up between them. One problem: He’s her best friend.
Putting aside their friendship, they use the heat between them to please the depraved minds they now understand…
ARC provided by Author/Publisher for honest review.
Stain is the 2nd in the King Harlots MC series and what a read it was! This could be read as a standalone but to get the full effect of the characters and story line I feel like it would be necessary plus you’d be missing out on a clever, and ingenious series.
This is Meeka (Harlot) and Asher (Vice-One) story and trust me it was a wild and crazy ride. I loved these two together. I thought that they brought a lot to the story. Their chemistry was on fire! I was glad of the whole best friends scenario. Who doesn’t love when two characters that are friends realize that they want each other? They have some obstacles in their way. Asher feels like she deserves better.
“Meeka was the piece of me that was stolen as a child. She was the warmth and goodness I craved. If she only knew how I felt. But I wasn’t a good man. She deserved better. She didn’t deserve a broken man.”
I loved Meeka. She was a feisty character that gave as good as she got! I loved how once she realized how much she loved him that she loved him unconditionally.
“He wasn’t a monster. He wasn’t his stepfather. He was so much more. He was one of the best men I know. And I would do everything in my power to make him see that.”
The storyline pulled me in from the get go and I couldn’t put it down. I thought I knew where the story was going to go but as always JM changes things up and kept me guessing.
I enjoyed the secondary characters. They have filtered through from Grit to now, never overpowering. Just enough to make me want their stories…like yesterday.
I’m hooked and cannot wait for more!