It is the story of Sofi whose uncle was killed before she was born. She infiltrates a biker club to seek out his murderer and take revenge for his death.
Is it a series?
Yes, although it can be read as a standalone book.
Are there further books available?
There are other outlaw books with a similar themes. This is book 2 and book 1 is called In Times of Violence.
How easy was the book to read?
Yes, a nice style of writing.
Karen’s Book Buzz Review
Be warned if you are of a squeamish nature, this book is not for you. It’s violent and sexual, and not in an erotic way. In fact it reminded me very much of the TV series Son’s of Anarchy, which is all of those things. Although I must point out that this book was written well before that aired.
Sofi changes her name to Dion and is the singer in a band. She wants to become part of The Wolves biker motor cycle club, and this seems the best way. Their president is in prison and his son is the vice president of the club. She doesn’t expect to fall in love with him and as she becomes his ‘lady’.
Can Sofi carry out what she intended? Or is she in too deep and too loyal to betray them?
This is a gritty, dark story, which I wouldn’t like to normally admit I liked. My life is as far away from this as you could expect, but we all have a little piece of us that secretly enjoys things we would run a mile from in real life. This is escapism.
I won the book on a Facebook event. Karina Kantas knows her subject well and is very good at what she does. I also read book 1, In Times of Violence, but didn’t realise at the time that this was book 2. Book 1 is about the parents of Sofi and their life as part of a gang. It was only when they were mentioned in the beginning that I realised. But again, having said that, the reader does not need to read the book before to understand the story.
What I liked best:
The whole world of good looking bikers and the descriptions of the club and what they got up to. To have a window on a world I don’t know much about.
And the rest:
I don’t think the book cover does the story justice. I picked up the image from Goodreads and then found a different one on Amazon. The one below doesn’t capture the prettiness of Sofi and I would have liked to see something more vibrant , something that makes you want to pick it up and look inside.