Beth Flynn I thank you for giving me a love for bikers…
As the club Enforcer, Stitch is the man chosen to protect the club. There are no limits to his brutality, no lines drawn in the sand. The club is his life, and he’ll do whatever it takes to keep his brothers safe.
He’s a man who keeps to himself, guarding the walls that he secured so long ago. Then, one moment, one chance meeting, changes everything.
Life for Wren and her son, Wyatt, isn’t exactly easy. Yet, Wren faces each day with determination and courage. Wyatt is her joy and motivation; for him, she will find a way to make their lives better, even when obstacles are continually thrown in her path. The last thing she needs is another complication, but what is life without complications?
Stitch appears when they need him the most, protecting them when no one else can. Wren can’t understand it. She should feel threatened by his bulging muscles and menacing tattoos, but she’s somehow able to see past the mysterious biker to the man inside. She is drawn to him for reasons she can’t even begin to comprehend. All she knows is that her body craves his touch.
Can Stitch let his guard down and allow these two strangers into his heart? Can Wren see beyond the scars of her past long enough to let him in, or will her fear drive him away?
Review: So I have a habit of reading books that are part of a series and this is no exception. This book is part of the Satan’s Fury MC series, which is a bunch of stand alones about different members in the MC.
The blurb pulled me in and I finished this book in a few hours. The first chapter had me in tears. It was so hard to read that I actually had to grab some tissues and walk away for a second. If you don’t like violence then don’t start this book because you will really want to kick someone’s @$$.
Stitch is a good guy. He totally changed my view of MC guys. I like to say that Jax from Sons of Anarchy did that but he eventually turned into a bad guy, then good guy again. Stitch was just an all around good dude. He protected everyone he loved no matter the cost.
Wren is a good mom. Newly divorced and trying to make her son’s life as normal as possible, she finds herself trusting a man she doesn’t know from Adam. Her jack-off of an ex-husband makes her life unnecessarily hard which in turn makes things hard for Wyatt. I’m glad that Wren doesn’t give into his demands or his selfish ways even though it would probably be easier to do so. Stumbling upon Stitch was probably the best thing that could’ve happened to her and Wyatt. I love how he can tell that they need him even though she never says so or asks for his help. He become fiercely protective of them but being in a Motorcycle Club doesn’t come with it’s own dangers. It got really good from here.
So 3.5 stars for this MC piece of goodness, it also helps that Franggy is on the cover. Damn that man is hot. Check of Stitch via Amazon by clicking here or borrow for free from Kindle Unlimited.