Review: Harmony

Wednesday 10 June 2015
Harmony Harmony by Addison Jane
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An MC book with a dash of feminine charm. Harmony gives its MC readers a fresh take on club life from a club girl's perspective whilst keeping it gritty and raw.

From the first page, I knew this story was going to keep me entertained and I loved the passion and determination of Harmony as she tries to find happiness in the arms of her family, the Brothers by Blood MC.

As expected, life in an MC is never straight forward but it's when Harmony and her best friend Chelsea find their lives in danger that the story really gets going. Unaware of the severity of the danger they find themselves in, it’s up to the MC to protect them and the role is immediately picked up by another local chapter’s new Pres, Kit.

After seeing her at a party, Kit is immediately attracted to Harmony and as her personality shines through so does his realisation that she is the ideal woman for him. Harmony is attracted to Kit but the last thing she wants or expects is to be taken away from her family on the back of his bike. Life immediately changes for Harmony and it takes her time to realise whether this is the life she wants and if she she can truly be happy with Kit.

This was a brilliantly thought out and executed story. There are twists and turns, heartbreak and happiness and a touch of violence, as expected from any MC story, but most of all it was refreshing. Don't be fooled though, Harmony is more than a club girl and with her fierce attitude the story quickly becomes a lively read.

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