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Being around each other more causes them to give in to their attraction but although Holly may appear straightlaced and proper, she is more than willing to put a big bad biker in his place. She won't take crap from Grady and if she's going to be with him, she makes sure he understands her terms. She's not willing to play HOT & Cold games. She's straight forward and willing to do her part so that they can have a relationship that will work for the long haul.
She's witty, strong willed and outspoken. Just the type of heroine I like. She made me laugh plenty with her quick wit and sarcasm as she interacted with Grady. Her and Cheyenne against Grady was cute.
I'm loving this series!!
Everyone belongs somewhere. Even the misfits.
Rev packs a visceral punch that will stay with you for a long long time after you finish it, one line with reference to throwing an object in a particular scene was rotating in 3D in my head it had that much impact. This series is not for the faint hearted who want fluffy, unicorns and rainbows romance, it's raw and brutal, and in Rev, heartbreaking. This is my favourite personally so far, the series is improving with every book, however with Rev her writing takes it to another level. There is a very graphic and violent scene which you do not see coming, it won’t be to everybody’s taste but if you pay attention to the details realise that every single twist and turn, every character however large or small is there for a reason not just to pad out a story but because JC is evil and had a place she was leading us to that like lambs to the slaughter we followed her on without questioning or realising what was happening until wham bam WTF. Nothing is the obvious, there is so much going on within the club and between individual couples that the story pace is fast and furious, never letting you up for breath.
“There is something undeniably attractive about the lure of bad boys—men who live by their own rules and don’t give a d*mn what you think about them—and they know it, too.”
Grady, the club’s Sergeant-at-Arms is 100% bad boy, also a bit of an *sshole (Typical Forsaken Man!) and when Holly, his daughter's school administrator and he eventually meet the sparks fly, the chemistry is there but so is a whole lot of attitude from the both of them and not in the good flirty f*ck me now way!
Grady is grieving for the loss of his best friend, a loyal intense man whose focus and purpose in life is his club and his daughter, Cheyenne, he's off his game as Dad without realising however doesn't appreciate being told it by some school official. Holly sees something in Cheyenne worth fighting for to keep on the straight and narrow so despite being told to mind her own business does no such thing. Unknowingly while protecting Cheyenne Holly puts herself in harm's way with the Mafia and so has no choice but to accept the protection offered by Grady.
The banter and bickering between these two was fabulous, Holly more than sticks up for herself and together once the chemistry takes over in the fun f*ck me now way they are hot!
Rev has my favourite couple in it but that's not what makes it the best in the series so far. It's the way the storyline progresses, it's the way JC Emery writes these characters and their lives, warts and all, flawed, broken, real and it's the way she wrote that one scene, tackled that horrific event, flawlessly done with a punch you will remember.
By: JC Emery
*Trigger warning* There is an incredibly descriptive gruesome rape scene involving a secondary character. Please be advised an object is also used. It is horrific. And no, I won’t describe it now.
Holly Mercer has had more than her share of bad luck. But most of it has been brought on by her always giving too much of herself and never standing up for herself or making herself a priority. Time after time she has done this and now the cows have come home. She’s 26 and has to move in with her parents and just got a job at the Fort Bragg High School as a secretary. The principal is the kind that doesn’t want to have to tackle the “hard kids” or do any of his own dirty work, so he assigns those kids to other people. Oh, and that definitely means the MC kids.
Sterling “Knuckles” Grady is the Sargent at Arms for the Forsaken MC and father to a teenage daughter, Cheyenne. Recently Cheyenne’s attendance and grades have slipped because her dad is occupied with the club troubles and losing his best friend Chief (from book 1 when Alex was kidnapped by her brother.) Grady definitely doesn’t want to have to deal with someone from the school and doesn’t need to be told how to raise his daughter.
Of course, since it is Holly’s job to contact the parents of the students under her directive, she has several run ins with Grady. To say that they are combustible is an understatement. Anytime they speak to one another, it turns into an insult hurling argument. Even though they drive each other crazy, they are
After some “club business” goes down, Grady protects Holly, and they enter into somewhat of a faux relationship. But that doesn’t mean that they spend any time with each other cultivating appearances for this faux relationship, it is alive in words only.
The mafia problem comes back to town and causes some issues since the club is still holding Michael Jr. and Alex is with Ryan. We don’t see how any dispute is solved and it remains to be seen whether or not it actually is, but I’ll bet is that we’ll continue to see this plot in upcoming books. Also, the Darren Jennings retribution against the club issue comes back into play. Again, there are no conclusions to that problem, only clues, so we’ll see that later.
I didn’t like the timeline of this book. We never knew how far apart things happened until a couple pages into a new chapter, so parts of the book didn’t flow & just jumped around. Like the characters knowing that the other loves them & they love the other. There was no, scene there or how it happened, it was just mentioned.
The epilogue takes us 2 years out, but with the next book being Jeremy & Cheyenne’s, I’m not sure if we’ll see the mafia/Jennings issues or if the book will proceed from this epilogue. I really liked Ian in this book & can’t wait for him to get his own!!