Tuesday, January 17, 2017

(Review) Devil's Honor (The Devil's Keepers #1) by Megan Crane

Devil's Honor (The Devil's Keepers #1)

In the start of a sizzling new series, bestselling author Megan Crane takes readers deep into bayou country, where the sultry swamp has nothing on the heat of Louisiana’s fiercest bikers: the Devil’s Keepers.

Merritt Broussard grew up knowing she had two choices if she stayed in Lagrange: run with the outlaws or get left in their dust. So she got the hell out, leaving behind a bad-boy biker and scorching memories of their summer fling. Now Merritt’s back, with trouble on her tail, and the sergeant-at-arms of the Devil’s Keepers is the one person she can still trust. But Greeley isn’t the boy she remembers. He’s harder now, more dangerous—and even more alluring.

Joseph “Greeley” Shaw loves two things: his bike and his club. At eighteen, he escaped a rough life, found the Devil’s Keepers on the wrong side of a bad weekend, and never looked back. Greeley swore to live and die by their code: Devil’s Keepers first, Devil’s Keepers forever. No one comes between him and his brothers—except for the tantalizing woman who touched his soul. Greeley’s the kind of man who honors his commitments . . . and Merritt is one promise he’s determined to keep.

I have to start by saying that I am a big fan of  Motorcycle Club books, especially when they are part of the bad boy / good girl trope which this one is and it's also a Second Chance at Love story.

Merritt and Greeley had a summer fling before she left for law school several years earlier, the prologue fills us in on their hot and steamy but short lived romance. Greeley was pissed when Merritt left and told her never to come back to Lagrange again. She listened to him because she knew he was hurt when she told him she was leaving, but now her father has died and she is using that excuse to return hoping that no one will bother her while she is settling her fathers affairs. but that isn't the real reason she is hiding out in her childhood home...nope not the reason at all.

Greeley was your typical bad boy / outlaw / motorcycle club member, he was seriously bad news all around especially since he held the title of sergeant-at-arms Devil's Keeper MC. Gone was the person Merritt knew years ago and in his place was a hard, dangerous man, one she didn't know anything about.

Merritt and Greeley worked well together, she was soft where he was hard, she was compliant where he was strong-willed, and she was naive where he was worldly. I also enjoyed the give and take between the two of them. 

This was a good start to the series, I look forward to reading more about the men of the Devil's Keepers MC, Killian "Uptown" Chenier's story is up next and I have a feeling that this pretty boy is hiding a lot of secrets. 

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