, yummy-bikers, 2020, i-give-up, mc, 2010-2019, mc, Sociology, Romance, Contemporary, Mystery, Adult Fiction, War, Suspense, Adult, Dark

When you’re married, there are the things you can live with… and the things you can’t.

My abusive husband, Harry? He made those distinctions very clear to me.

Constant beatings, a forced a miscarriage, and then roping me in with my father’s notorious biker gang, The Reapers.

Lucky enough, I got out of my marriage in one piece. For the time being, that is. Though it’s only a matter of time before he picks up on my trail.

Thank God for Blackjack.

He swears he’ll kill my no-good husband the second he steps foot in town. That’s sweet and all, sure, but there’s more to him; something about his stare that I can’t get out of my mind. A part of me is desperate to believe I deserve to be loved, deserve someone like Blackjack in my life. Yet, the bruises from my past tell me to never trust another man again.

But Blackjack isn’t like any other man, is he?


I never expected that I’d have anything or anyone to lose when I enlisted in the army. Then the blonde wild-child of the Montana’s Reapers motorcycle club, Ashley Monroe, showed up and proved that I had a lot more to lose than I thought.

It shouldn’t have been a surprise that by the time I came back home after all these years that she’d up-and-left town and gotten married. Life, after all, continues to move right on along even when you’re not there to watch it go. All the same, I have a two-year-old son to think about now.

And then there’s Ashley. She shows up, beaten and broken from her marriage, and instantly changes everything. I’ve never wanted to kill a man so badly my entire life. Just one look at her and I’m drowning with a desire to take her in my arms and tell her she’ll always be safe with me.

But is there enough strength left in both of us for this second shot at life?

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    Blackjack Reviews

  • Sabrina

    I was intrigued by this blurb and excited to read this book. Unfortunately the actual story let me down some and I didn't enjoy it as much as I hoped I would. There were parts that left me confused an...

  • Erth

    A good start to this series . Blackjack and Ashley . They felt something for one another year's ago . But it didn't happen . Now Ashley is back home and not in great condition. The story is good and y...

  • Aly

    Okay biker romance 2.5 stars rounded upI thought this started out good, I like seeing a woman take control of her life and get away from an awful man. I'm glad Ashley was able to find help with her fa...

  • Stephanie S

    I love when I can find another good MC book and this author gives me what I need. I am not the greatest at writing reviews and as some reviews have stated they dislike the book due to errors and they ...

  • Brandi Poage

    DNF at 20%Warning minor spoilers ahead...I thought from the first chapter that this one would suck me in but it just did not. An MC Princess that gets an attitude with members, prospect or not, would ...

  • Kari Hansen

    Blackjack was attracted to Ashley from their first meeting but she was too young and experienced for a man like him so he decides to avoid temptation by enlisting in the military. He has recently come...

  • Patricia G.

    This is the first book I have read from this author and let me just say this will NOT be the last. . What an intriguing, consuming book! Oh my…this author surprised me in such a good way. The begin...

  • Judy Miracle

    I've been in a book funk and this book pulled me out. I was hooked from the beginning and devoured the book.I loved the dynamic between the two characters. He was her savior at a very unpleasant time ...

  • Felicia

    Man, this book. I don't know how I feel. I liked it but at the same time was upset that it didn't really didn't do it for me? I SERIOUSLY want to find a good MC series where I just can't help but dive...

  • Eleanor

    3 Dishearten StarsBlackjack is the first book in the Reapers MC Series by Elizabeth Knox. It was my first read from this author and I was very much looking forward to this book. The blurb had me very ...