Warning: This is not a typical, sappy love story. This is an all-consuming, soul-crushing, tear-your-heart-into-pieces story. It's intense, gritty and raw, dark and disturbing, and it doesn't happen overnight. This is an epic love story that knows no boundaries and has no time limits. It grows and develops - with hurt, sacrifice, and heartache - over the span of a lifetime.
Eva Fox is the princess of the Silver Demons Motorcycle Club. Growing up with the bikers in the club, this is the only lifestyle she knows. When she's a young girl, Eva meets the reason for her existence. Deuce West is the sexy biker bad-ass of the Hell's Horsemen Motorcycle Club. Like Eva, he was born and raised in the club - but that's where the similarities end. Their first meeting is innocent, but as Eva matures into a woman, their chance reunions evolve into a fit of lust and love. Fate continues to bring them together time and time again, but their twisted journey is filled with pain, betrayal, and bloodshed that could tear them apart. Eva sees in Deuce what he cannot see in himself - a man worthy of love - and Eva spends her lifetime proving to him that her undeniable love is the one thing he can't live without.
This is Eva and Deuce's story.
©2012 Madeline Sheehan (P)2013 Tantor
You've read the excerpt warnings about this book. They're all true. If you don't like sex, violence, rape, female degregation, the F bomb, and the list goes on and on. Don't read this book! But if that doesn't bother you, Madeline Sheehan has managed to write a book that I couldn't put down. It was like a train wreck, I knew it was coming, but I had to keep watching. I'm off to read the next one.
Always ready for my next smutty story.
I am trying to figure out why I don't read more MC books because it is clearly my thing!
This book had me laughing out loud, yelling comments at the characters and searching for reasons to sneak off to listen to more of this story!
Really loved how the author made this story, what some might call taboo, but was still able to make us root for this love to work. There were certainly some unfortunate events that occurred and they made me sad and sometimes afraid for the characters but the author still managed to make everything beautiful as part of their story. Well as beautiful as a MC story can be :).
The narrator was perfect. She made definite choices with her voices and unlike the past few books I've listened to, I had NO problem telling the males and the females apart. I will not only be following this author I will also be following this narrator!
Really great read and I hope the rest are just as "interactive" for me.
The most rough and real book i've ever read.
So crazy you do not know which way is up or down. Liked the way she described each character, Eva is strong and gorgeous, Douce is raw, crazy and unstable but lost his mind and heart to a little girl and loved her ever since.
Beautiful, strong, f* up story...
Forbidden, Sexy, and HOT!!
The way it wasn't a typical romance story. There was pain, anger, sorrow, and a whole lot of sexual heat included.
My favorite scene was when Deuce finally came to claim Eva as his old lady.
Isn't like any other romance story I have ever read. Move over 50 shades of Greg. Madeline Sheehan is my new favorite author. I couldn't stop listening to it and was instantly addicted.
I loved this book. I've loved all of them in the series so far. It's definitely not flowers and rainbows. So, if you're looking for that, look elsewhere. Knowing nothing about real MC life, I imagine what happens in this book is much more realistic than flowers and rainbows. Tatiana Sokolov does not disappoint either. Her performance is spot on, but then I would expect nothing less from her. She is one of my favorite performers.
Natasha R Zar
Intense, enthralling, repulsive.
I have listened to a few MC books now and this one is by far the best, as it is the most realistic and tackles hard topics such as rape and dysfunctional relationships. In saying this, however, the woman in me cringed every time a woman (the heroine, most often times) was referred to as a bitch. Even when expressing love ("I love you, bitch.") it made my hackles raise and shake my head in disgust. Deuce beat down a bunch of punks for disrespecting women, but he has no respect himself. Towards the end of the book I got a bit sick of the 2 steps forward, 5 steps back and come closer, go away BS that was going on. As much as Eva is portrayed as a strong woman (and it parts I was so damn proud of her), she ate a lot of sh*t from a man who should have been protecting and loving her.
I have listened to another of Tatiana's performances and I have to say she is quite good. She sometimes sounds a bit whiny and ditzy when portraying women, but she is very good at narrating for the men.
I found it hard to stop listening to.
This was a really enjoyable book and I will listen to another of Madeline's books.I don't want to be "that person" but, with every MC "romance" I have read, the deep rooted disrespect for women, really, really pisses me off. The role women have to play to be part of the club - be sexually aggressive and open to please your man, change who you are for your man, cook and clean for your man, keep your mouth shut if your man cheats on you and don't ever, ever open your mouth and speak up if you don't like something. I don't get why women dig this type of romance so much where the woman pretty much gets used up, disrespected and dismissed if she does not accept this sh*tty treatment. JR Ward knows how to make her men sexy, tough and complex but they treat their women like Goddesses and that is real romance!
I can't really say. You know different people, different strokes. If a woman is okay walking in on her boyfriend/lover having sex with other women and it is okay. If a woman is okay having sex with married men, or sleeping with her best friend's husband because she was blackmailed into doing so, and again, that is okay. Yep, or a woman cannot pick the father of her kid out of three men. Then this book is for you.
Nobody I can think of.
All the cheating sex scenes. I want to wash those from my brain. Or the one where Eva walked in on Deuce and another woman having sex, and he threw her out, and she was heavily pregant. Nearly lost the baby.
I cannot believe I bought and read this book.
All business but contemporary fun!
In this author's world, people turn homocidal for the smallest of reasons. The president of the motorcycle club "supposedly" has feelings for Eva (developed when Eva was disturbingly young) but he takes every chance to screw things up with her. Every single chance he gets, even when she goes to him completely, he screws it up. I don't understand him, I do not want to understand him. He was one of the most dislikable characters I have come across. As for Eva, her character was well developed and her actions spoke volume of how she grew up and the only reality she has ever known was the club.
I wont even start on how misogynist every male character was in this book either. Its like saying the sky is blue.
The second star goes to Eva.
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