Deny: A Dark, Erotic Motorcycle Club Romance
In the third installment of Jade Chandler's down-and-dirty Jericho Brotherhood motorcycle club series, two hard cases deny the beyond-carnal bond that forms between them…until it's almost too late
When we f*ck I forget my name, but I never planned to love her.
I never thought I'd make her my old lady.
From our very first scene, we've been fighting for control. She's the one woman who can bring me to my knees, make me beg. Make me feel.
Now I need to give it all up to save her.
Fury is my weapon when I confront the enemies bold enough to lay hands on my gorgeous Marr. Raw rage is what's fueling my fight against the ones who want to end everything the Brotherhood stands for.
We're on the brink of war and I will burn this club to the ground before I let them hurt my woman again.
Book three of the Jericho Brotherhood series. Don't miss Enough and Release, available now!
This book is approximately 80,000 words
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Very well done
So this one is a bit tricky for me to review. It is definitely way outside my normal reading which I didn't realize when I requested a copy so that's on me. In fairness to the author I'm not going to comment on whether I like the story. With that said I thought this story was very well done. The writing was excellent and very descriptive. The characters were well developed, gritty and raw. The story had a nice easy flow to it as well so it had all the things that make for a good book.
This story is set around the MC's Bound operation and it's the story of Jericho and Marr. Both of these characters are intriguing. Jericho is dominant and brutal at times but he believes in loyalty and honesty to a fault. So the troubles within the MC are difficult for him to deal with and his one release is Marr. The fire that burns between these two is intense. There are hard core BDSM elements with whipping and caning at the center of this story. And as would be expected from a MC read there is violence. Overall it's very well done.