Review: Severed Angel

Monday, 24 March 2014
Severed Angel Severed Angel by K.T. Fisher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Oh, I do love my MC books and this is no exception. From the start, this book swept me along at a pace which was thoroughly enjoyable.

This story tells the tale of two friends brought up together but separated to other sides of the world. One, Teresa, returns home with her father to Australia and Severed MC, following the death of her mother and Eve, who is left behind in the UK.

The story commences when Eve travels to Australia for Teresa's wedding to the Prez of Severed MC. On her way there though Eve gets lost and stumbles across a murder committed by Severed MC's rivals, Carnal MC. Carnal's VP is the delightfully named Satan but it's his twin brother, the VP at Severed MC, Angel (Gabe), who comes to Eve's rescue.

With a bounty on her head, Eve must rely on Severed MC and returns to their compound with Teresa for their safety.

The story continues with Angel and the rest of Severed MC deciding what they can do to keep Eve safe and how they can deal with Satan once and for all.

There are elements of violence to this story some of which is quite shocking but it is kept to a minimum with just enough of the gory details to benefit the storyline. On the other side, there is a sweet and touching love story between Angel and Eve. As expected, the language is colourful and the sex between Angel/Gabe and Eve is smoking hot!
"Watch me Eve." He strips before me, I couldn't look away if I wanted to. Angel naked is an image I want to always remember.
I found that as a reader you had to use some imagination with elements of the story especially when Severed MC is looking at ways to trap Satan when in fact they already have evidence in their possession which would lock him up for a very long time. That aside, the story is well thought out and fast-paced.

As expected, the MC supporting cast are also all hotties and with names like Ink, Dragon, Disney and Cowboy how could a girl not enjoy spending time around these men. It is Ink though whose head is turned by Eve much to Angel's chagrin.

The only frustrating part of this book is that it ends on the inevitable cliffie but it is necessary in order for readers to built anticipation for book 2.

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves their MC books but also to anyone looking for a story with suspense and intrigue.

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