Saturday, December 27, 2014
Review of Outlaw's Kiss by Nicole Snow
I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. This book is absolutely amazing every time I thought I might be at the end because it has hit what seemed to be the climate of the story it just went higher.
This is the story of Jordan or Brass as he is called by the MC (Saffron's Brother that we met in an earlier book) and Missy. In the beginning of this book Missy and her sister Jackie are sitting at their father's side in the hospital as it is the very end of his life. He as been battling cancer and he is about to take his last breath's. As he is just about to die he tells Missy about some money that he left in the basement to make sure both she and her year old sister are taken care of. Missy does not know what to make of this and thinks the meds have made him dilutional. Meanwhile Brass is just gearing up to go after said money by order of his president Fang. When he meets up with Missy there is just something about her that calls to him and tells him he must protect her.
Little do Missy and Brass know all the trouble they will have to go through before there will even be a chance at a Happy ending. Missy will have to fight to figure out who she is and what she wants not only for herself but as a guardian to her sister. She will also have to deal with a 14 year old girl who will have so much to deal with that she will stop being a child and become a woman overnight, much to her sister's dismay. Brass will need to deal with the attraction of a woman whom he wants to claim but after what his mother went through because of some rogue Grizzle's it needs to be the woman's choice, as well as problems with his club as well.
This book will have you walking around with the book doing other things because you just can't put it down you want this all to work out for them all as well as the other people that are introduced in this story. I want to tell you all the twists and turns that occur but as a reader and reviewer I feel the reader should find them out for themselves. My suggestion get this book. It need to be on everyone's must read list. This book can be read as a stand alone but there are some references in it that if you have not read the other books will not make sense. This will not effect the overall story-line though. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.