Doc (The Kings of Mayhem MC Tennessee 2)
Sometimes love grows in the darkest of places…
One tragic night took the only good thing in my life from me and set me on a new path. A path that eventually led me here, to the Kings of Mayhem Motorcycle Club in Tennessee.
They call me Doc because that is what I am, even if the law says I can’t be. I’m inked head to toe, ride a Harley and wear a cut, but my love for medicine is the blood in my veins.
I don’t need liquor and I don’t need women. By choice, I haven’t touched a woman in years. Guilt has shaped me into a lonely figure. Love is a fable and touch makes me uncomfortable.
But when a rival club decides I have what they need and abduct me off the street, I come face to face with the last damn thing I need—the woman of my dreams.
She’s the enemy. The daughter of our biggest rival. The odds are against us, yet I’m drawn to her like a moth to the flame. I don’t like to be touched but I want her to touch me.
Chances are I’m not getting out of this alive. But when I have her in my arms, I can’t help but feel like my life is just beginning.
Sometimes love can grow in the darkest of places.
But then again, it can crash and burn too.
Review: MC at its best
Wow … that was intense!
The second book in this series did not disappoint at all. Let’s just say that I did not get much done whilst reading this, since I had trouble putting it down.
I read a lot of MC books and it’s one of my favorite genres. But I don’t come across really, really good ones very often. This one was really good, it’s well written and the story flows. It’s a dark, gritty and violent world. But there is also light in the darkness.
I loved Doc and Lila together. They had everything against them from the very first moment, and trust in this world is hard to come by. The chemistry between them was undeniable, but the odds are not stacked in their favor.
The supporting characters can sometimes make or break a story. In this case I think they were one of the things that made this book so good. I especially loved seeing the members from the mother chapter and grandma Sybil again. I’d really recommend reading this book, and the first one in the series “Jack”. And while you’re at it, the original Kings of Mayhem MC series is pretty great too. And I can’t wait to see what’s up next for the Tennessee chapter.