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Kingdom’s Reign – Monique Moreau

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A grieving biker. A brokenhearted woman. Can love heal their wounds?

Since the death of his patch brother, Kingdom has felt nothing but rage and loss. Until, he meets Sage on a trip to a tattoo shop to get fresh ink for his fallen brother. She’s sexy. Brilliant. And exactly the kind of challenge that makes him ache. If asked whether he deserved her love, Kingdom’s straight-up answer would be hell no. But, nothing will stop him from taking what’s his. Not even her.

Being a no-nonsense defense attorney, the second Sage caught her fiancé cheating she’d swore off men. While breaking that rule for a tatted up member of an MC seems like a monumentally bad idea, she can’t fight her attraction to Kingdom. When he invites her on a ride, she finds herself wanting so much more. Sage yearns to indulge in one of the sexiest and most dangerous men she’s met but fears risking her battered heart.

Can the unlikely pair help each other move on from the wounds of the past? Or will club tensions with a rival MC find a way to use their weaknesses against them?

I’d like to thank L Woods Pr for sending me an e-arc of this book it is very much appreciated. So this is a debut book for this author and I love my MC books so when I saw the sign up, I signed up because we know I love my MC books. And I’m always excited to find new books to read. So I am not going to lie I did have mixed feelings in this book like some of the stuff that happened I was like that’s not okay. And I’ll go into that.

Sage is someone you don’t expect her to be she’s a lawyer and sometimes moonlights in the tattoo shop when they need staff. She is very feisty and will try to always fight back and argue and stand up for herself and I love it. She was also feeling very broken after being cheated on by her ex and he wouldn’t touch her and it honestly broke my heart when I was reading those moments.

Kingdom he was a feisty argumentative asshole. I think that’s the best way to describe him. He’s very Alpha, it’s my way or no way and we see him change through this book to become a little more accepting of what other people want. We see a very real and sensitive side to him when it comes to his feeling with his friends, at his very core he is a loyal, protective man.

From the beginning of this book it is very interesting and the meeting between Sage and Kingdom, I love that we see instantly that they both have an effect on each other. I love the idea that Sage gave Kingdom for his tattoo to honour Chopper. I loved the connection that these two had with each other especially when they were lets say getting to know each other at first. I could definitely tell the chemistry between them. I have to admit I was not a fan of the bossing around so much before they got together like I get it bikers. But I prefer them when they are actually in the relationship before getting hella bossy.

I really like the friendships in this book especially between Sage and Camilla like they got each other’s back and I love it. I especially love Greta (who I believe the next book is about) and I cannot wait. I just love how they all supported each other and it was no bitchiness like just proper good friendships and I love it.

So one thing I really did not like in this book is Kingdom makes an impression of Sage’s keys. Now I don’t care about anything but that is a different level of violation, if he held off I’m pretty sure she would have gave him a key. But nope I’m sorry I can’t get with him making an impression of her key that’s just all sorts of wrong and if I’m honest this lost a whole star for me. Just not okay. I don’t really know why someone would think that’s okay, I don’t care if worst things have happened in the book (and I’ve read much worse) but the key thing is just different level that I cannot get with. It’s just no.

Other than that I really loved reading this book and the relationship between Kingdom and Sage and I will definitely be reading the sequel (hopefully no dodgy shit like that).

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