Friday, April 15, 2016

Ride and Reap by Angelique Voisen

Title: Ride and Reap
Series: Hellhounds MC, 4
Author: Angelique Voisen
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: MM, Paranormal, MC Bikers
Pages: 91
Reviewer: Redz













Publisher's Blurb
Hellhounds MC, 4
Reaper’s no stranger to dirty deeds. Before being patched into the Hellhounds MC, Reaper’s earned his nickname being someone else’s dog. Some call him bad to the bone, a monster who never sought redemption…until an old vengeful ghost resurfaces. 
To end his brother’s killer, Kane O’ Connor took the hard road. He let his thirst for revenge satiate him, but something inside Kane broke the day his blade kissed Reaper’s throat. Hate and desire become blurred, and Kane’s beginning to doubt everything—himself, Reaper, and the future. Could anything good come from something so bad?
Be Warned: m/m sex, rimming








Review
Ride and Reap is the fourth book in the Hellhounds MC series by author Angelique Voisen. This series should be read in order. It builds on its self.
Personally I love the edgy new world Ms.Voisen has created and am always looking for the next book in the series.
Reaper his motto kinda sums him up, “ Don't be a pussy. When the Fucks with you, you fuck back harder.” He and his brother are the hit men for the pack. He loves hard as he fights. Has a great sense of humor though too. It is kinda dark but I liked it.
Kane his motto should be mess with my twin and I will hunt you forever. His twin was murdered, and he thinks Reaper did it. So he trains his hardest with a werewolf hunter. He learns what he needs to come and kill Reaper. Only things are not exactly what they appear.
How do you kill the man who is your mate?
I liked watching the struggle and finding out the truth with Reaper. I also like the introduction of the hunters. I hope we are going to get to see much more of them in the future. When you want a paranormal series that is fast paced, little edgy, and a whole lot steamy this is the one to pick up. 



                                  Five Shooting Stars
 

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