Title: Grievous (Scarlet Scars #2)
Author: J.M. Darhower
Genres: Romance, Dark
Release Day: February 6th 2017
AMAZON US | AMAZON UK
ARC was kindly provided from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
“You can call me sir, if it gives you the tingles. Otherwise, let’s just stick with Gambini.”
AHHHH THIS BOOK! First 5 star of the year! I hadn’t felt like this in a long time; when the book arrived on my Kindle, I opened it just to read the first chapter and go to bed. Yeah, like that ever happens. Two hours later I was in a state of shock – there might have been tears involved – and I was in love, completely in love. That ingredient that was missing from Menace and I always love in JMD books, was in abundance here.
Morgan and Lorenzo were amazing, taking about huge character development, especially for Morgan. I connected to her unlike the first book. I loved her, I felt for her, her pain was my pain, her sorrow was definitely my sorrow and I just wanted to put her in a tower so no one could hurt her.
Lorenzo, I’m telling you. He’s the Deadpool of mafia romance books.
“Threaten you?” I look at Seven. “Did I threaten him and already forget about it?”
He’s sarcastic, he’s the same guy who won’t call you by your name unless you’re in deep shit. There’s no way he won’t make you laugh out loud with the stuff that comes out of his mouth. He’s th same whether he wears a custom suit or combat boots. He and Morgan, they go through some pretty fucked up stuff in this one and OMG MY EMOTIONS! Also, I’d like to request Leo and Melody’s book. Please and thank you.
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about the author
J.M. Darhower is the USA Today bestselling author of books about the hottest hit men and the women who find some hope in them. She lives in a tiny town in rural North Carolina, where she churns out more words than will ever see the light of day. She has a deep passion for politics and speaking out against human trafficking, and when she isn’t writing (or fangirling) she’s usually ranting about those things. Chronic crimper with a vulgar mouth, she admits to having a Twitter addiction. You can usually always find her there.