Review: Devils Own by Megan Crane

Lara Ashburn hates bikers. She watched a motorcycle club destroy her hometown, bringing her brother down with it. That’s a life she put far in her rearview. So the last person she wants to see walking into her classroom is the top enforcer of the Devil’s Keepers. Big, mean, and gorgeous, all tattoos and leather, Chaser is everything Lara should avoid. Yet the insane chemistry sparking between them tempts her to break all the rules.

Ryan “Chaser” Frey has his hands full with a teen daughter in need of tough love, and he doesn’t have time for prissy teachers who want to tell him how to raise his kid. But Chaser never could resist a chick who gives as good as she gets. Lara is sexy as hell, and she’s not afraid of him. Plus, her links to a California club could provide the Devils with leverage against their enemies. But that would mean mixing business with pleasure—and risking the one woman Chaser can’t afford to lose.

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First and foremost a thank you to Random House Loveswept and NetGalley for providing us with a copy of this books that we could bring you this review.

Now while I was already on a MC kick I was happy to sit and read this one. This is the third book in the Devil’s Keepers MC series and one that I was very much anticipating. Lara having come from a town where an MC was the cause of all her issues she is quite weary of MC’s, so it is amazing to see how spending time with Chaser helps change Lara’s opinion of him and his club. Though Chaser is not in any way a sweet easy person to get to know. He is gruff and tough and an all out ass when he first meets Lara, he does start to show her not everything is as it appears. Also we get a little bit more of what is going on within the ranks of the MC and I can’t wait to see what happens next.

I give this book 5 kisses…

Happy Reading… Adri

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