Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Review of Saved by the Outlaw by Alexis Abbott


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Leon Volkov and Cherry LaBeau (yes this is her name even the author makes a joke about it in the book) In this book we find that Leon is part of the Russian MC in Bayonne, New Jersey. He has been fighting for the rights of all the dock workers and ensuring that any illegals that he finds are treated fairly in their work conditions. Leon has lived here all his life and has watched the quality of life steadily decline but is still fighting for a better life for all the people of this town. Leon's other problem to many dirty cops and the FBI on his case way to much. So when he gets a blast from his past in the form of Cherry he takes a double take. Will his life be to much for her or has he finally found the one woman he is willing to make his old lady. 

Cherry has come to Bayonne to find out exactly who killed her father. She has been a journalist for years now but instead of doing the investigative reporting she thought she would be doing she is writing the fashion blog. She is not willing to let this stop her, she is determined to not only find out who killed her father but make them pay in the process. This gets a little harder when her first day in town she goes to the warehouse that she knows her father was killed and hears voices. She doesn't know what she has stumbled into but knows that she needs to tread very carefully. When the bikers that she saw in the warehouse come after her there is something about the man who questions her. The more she sees him the more she remembers him as the young man who saved her life on the shores one summer. Can she trust the man, or is she still looking at him as that girl with a crush from years ago? Will she ever really find out who killed her dad and why?

This is a really good book. It confused me a little in the beginning I thought it was a mob book not an MC book. There are a lot of Russian sayings in this book. The translations are at the end of the book. This book has many twists and turns just when you think you have figured something out about these characters something new comes up. This book will have you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the very end. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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