Maverick (A Dark & Dirty Sinners’ MC Series Book 6)
Maverick’s in love with a dead man buried at Arlington National Cemetery, where his heart might as well be buried too. My husband’s stuck in the past, lost in his fractured mind, and the last ten years are a blur to him, meaning I’m a blur to him.
But I’m not a ghost. I’m a woman. I’m alive. I breathe. I hurt.
Should I let go or hold on?
My instinct is to let go, but I have family now. People who matter to me. A posse I’ll kill for.
I’m no longer nothing, I’m something.
I’m a Sinner.
And I’ve found my ride and die… now I just have to get him to remember me.
I’ve beaten worse odds and survived.
Game on, Maverick. Game on.
A nonconformist Review
Sometimes I still get surprised by the feelings certain stories evoke. I mean, some writers write in a way that you literally live the story as you turn the pages. And while not every book in this series has hit me the same way, they are all just very well written. In Maverick we pick up right after Cruz ends. This is a series and should be read in order.
So, Maverick. I certainly wanted to throw my kindle at him. And I felt so sorry for Alessa. Until I didn’t. And by that, I mean that she grew so much through this journey, and she might not have ended up taking the same path had Maverick not been in that accident. We get to watch them grow through heartache and hurt, and falling in love again. It’s got all the feels and then some.
Mystery, mayhem, and intrigue is also a huge part of this story as the MC continues to unravel the why of past events and work towards building from the ruins and preventing this from happening again. We’re taken on a journey through it all and the secondary characters and their storylines are also a huge part of what drives this story. While I can’t wait for the next book in the series, I’m thinking the author is trying to kill me with suspense. I want Storm and Keira’s story! But at the same time, I’m dreading that one, so I’m ok with Hawk being next 😝