Who needs more than bikes and willing women? Not Cutter. Until he meets Greta, a former biker princess who turned her back on club life. She challenges him every step of the way, and Cutter doesn't tolerate disobedience.
Greta lives by one rule: No Bikers. She didn't escape her father's MC and build a new life for herself just to be brought down by a dirty biker. Not even a hot, domineering man like Cutter could change her mind.
Cutter is ready to play dirty. In their battle of wills, he begins to master her deepest desires. Can she find the inner strength to submit to him? Meanwhile, a danger from the past lurks in the shadows—ready to pounce.
Cutter's Claim is a steamy, standalone bad boy biker romance with plenty of heat.
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Ms Moreau has given us another great MC read in the Demon Squad MC series. The storyline held me captive in so many ways. It’s a dark, steamy read with fantastic characters that will get under your skin in more ways than one.
We met Greta in book 1. She is Sage’s assistant and hates bikers with an extreme passion. While she accepts Sage being with Kingdom, the Squad’s VP, she is very wary of him and his brothers and voices her opinions loudly. Greta is a sassy, headstrong woman who knows her mind. In walks Cutter. He’s a dom by nature who has a reputation with the ladies. He takes one look at Greta and sees the sub beneath all her bluster and wants nothing more than to bend her to his will. The push and pull and banter between them is fantastic. As their lives start to intertwine, their pasts also come to light. Pasts that could cause some major problems for the couple. (Sorry I don’t do spoilers). But I will tell you this is one very thrilling, sexy read that this reader highly recommends grabbing up ASAP.
While Cutter’s Claim can be read as a stand-alone, I suggest reading Kingdom’s Reign first, as the characters and their stories do overlap and it would make for a much better reading experience. Kudos Ma Moreau for a job well done and this reader is anxiously waiting for book 3, Loki’s Luck.
2 Thumbs Up and 5+ Stars