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The story of Kick is the best part about the book. He is twisted and kind of sick. He ain't no book boyfriend, he would kick a book boyfriend's "arse." The interesting part about Kick's story is that even when he's trying to do the right thing, he's all kinds of wrong and prone to just completely effing things up. The source of downgrade in Kick's story is that there are some things which are explained in too great of detail and some things that aren't really explained at all. For example, what is the source of Kick's kink? I'm done reading the book and I still don't know.
The relationship between Kick and Indie isn't really well developed and maybe that's ok if your expectation isn't that this is a romance in the typical sense. I'm not sure after reading the book if I know why Indie and Kick were together from Indie's perspective. I got why Kick wanted Indie but I didn't understand Indie's motivation.
Ivy was so pitiful she was distracting
What happened in that farm house with Ethan? I'm guessing there's another book that preceded this one that I need to read.
Do all sexual assault victims react the way the ones in this book did? I'm not entirely sure.
Summary: This book is SUPER disturbing but the writing and story telling is superior enough to overcome the ick factor if you prepare yourself for it. Also, you need to be reading this book more for the story than the romance or you might be disappointed.
Kick is a very tortured soul, but he has obviously been tortured himself. Whether it was physical or emotional doesn't matter because he seems to always be attracted to the women that have been tortured themselves. Deep down he wants to save them, but he himself doesn't think he deserves their "tortured, innocent souls" because his life is part of their torture.
"I taste her tears. I relish them. Because pain is beauty, at least in my world. And everything in my world is pain."
Without giving away anything, I will say this book is not for everyone. I love MC books, but this one is darker than others. It focuses on so much of what the women go through that it is almost to ugly to read. But that grittiness and darkness is what pulled me under.
"Darkness doesn't seek out the light. It smothers the light, and it revels in the light's death. And there is nothing more dangerous than darkness that doesn't have an outlet."
The love interest for our anti hero, Indie/Kayla is so broken, but also tough as nails. Her drive for revenge....I can almost taste it on my tongue. I FELT what she wanted to do to her monsters.
Again the story isn't pretty and it isn't going to sit well with everyone. But if you want something that will twist your soul a bit and see the anti hero become a hero and see the broken girl become a lioness in her own right, this book will be it.
I adore Carmen Jenner and her characters that she creates. They aren't always pretty, but they speak their mind and fight until the bitter end. THAT is what I always want to see out of my women leads!
This one is dark, gritty, bloody violent and depicts extremely horrific abuse against a few young women.
Kick is a tortured man with knight-in-shining-armor syndrome...and when he is unable to protect and save, he becomes a killing machine full of anger and a touch of crazy.
I was shocked at how much violence this one had in comparison to other books by this author and although it was upsetting to read at times, it had a really good and different twist to the story. I just wish she had not used the Hell's Angels name as one of the MCs as it is not a good idea to mix reality with fiction and might be considered a trademark issue as well.
Go into this one expecting a mostly wacked out and pretty immoral biker club with some good and some not-so-good men as members.
**** 4 **** "saving them all to save himself" stars