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Sinfully Scarred (Reckless Bastards MC Book 2) Kindle Edition
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We also saw more of Jana and Max in this story which was great. I liked seeing their story continue and it was nice that the two stories was very different. This story was a bit light on the MC action, which was a bit unfortunate because I think it needed a little more MC involvement. But overall the story did have a great plot and I really enjoyed the it. Cant wait for the next book in the series. I would definitely recommend this to other readers.
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At one point Tate needed head space, so he just left her. No explanation, no goodbye, he just snook out the house, got on his bike and drove to another state. Not once did he think about her protection with her stalker still out there. Talk about caring what happens to the woman your sleep with...not. Although they professes their love at the end of the story, I didn’t feel the connection. Teddy was a good best friend, but otherwise I thought she was too fake in acting like she was a bad arse and didn’t care. I didn’t feel Tate was possessive enough where she was concerned. This was a forced read for me, not sure why I continued.