Grit (King’s Harlots #1)
by J.M. Walker
He refuses to fall in love.
He was born alone and he will die alone. Or, at least he thought so until now.
Vice-One is all he knows. His squad. His brothers. The men he spends every day protecting. He is empty and only one person can fill this void. This darkness.
Meanwhile, Genevieve Gold makes it clear he should stay away when she is everything he craves.
She is lost.
Her heart has been ripped out; stomped on…crushed into tiny pieces, leaving only a gaping hole behind.
King’s Harlots is all she has. Her club. Her sisters. Her life. But something is missing until he shows up.
Angel Rodriguez is everything she hates but everything she needs.
Putting differences aside, they will work together to bring down a malevolent force threatening to rip them apart..
This book is full of grit, tension, drama, suspense and hot, hot, hot men and women. An all-female motorcycle club led by Genevieve Gold, aka Jay, shows team effort, cunning attitude and sisterly love exist, without having to rely on the male testosterone. Meanwhile, an Alpha male dominates a group of Navy Seals, pledged to protect and uphold the citizens’ welfare. News about missing daughters, girls, teens spread like wildfire and both teams – The King’s Harlots (all-female MC) and Vice-One (Navy Seals) vowed to do whatever it takes them to save the victims and put a stop in the insanity. But something sinister lurks within the confines of both groups, something horrible, something vile and heinous.
What can I say? The gruesome truth about the teens/girls disappearance tore my heart. I couldn’t imagine how despicable the people behind this crime were. So sick! The main issue about finding the girls made this story gripping. The characters, however, were a bit too much to me. Here was an Alpha male who thought highly of himself and a female leader who became a softie after declaring that she wasn’t one to beg. I just thought they were too self-absorbed of themselves. I don’t know how but I couldn’t seem to like them. But with the other characters, like Dean and Max.. now those were the characters I’d want to know. The writing was good and the author seemed to know a lot about motorcycle clubs and gangs and Seals. I was impressed.