March Reviews

Hawk by Daphne Loveling

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The second of Daphne Loveling’s Lords of Carnage MC series is called Hawk.  As a member of the MC, he is loyal to the group with no family and other ties.  Hawk was playing guitar at Jenna and Ghost’s wedding when Samantha (the photographer) was taking pictures.  They both made eye contact and well - the story really started. Hawk knew she was all wrong for him. He was not a keeper, no serious relationships.  


Samantha has just ended a long term relationship and moved to the small town to be near her grandmother.  She has decided that she is staying in town and beginning a new business of photography. Samantha is not all excited about Hawk and his attitude toward her.  


Hawk runs hot and cold, as he works on figuring out what he wants and what he can do about it. Meanwhile the club has some serious issues that Hawk is dealing with, which causes him to be put in harm’s way.  And he does not think that will allow him to maintain a relationship as it wouldn’t be fair.


Hawk is a great next read in the  Lords of Carnage Series. You might need a helmet.  


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26.03 | 16:01

At first I thought it said spa season. Either way it is a sign of rejuvenation! On a Kristin Hannah kick, loved Winter Garden. Happy reading!

19.03 | 14:10

Cities are fun but exhausting. Like you the quiet is needed.

30.08 | 21:25

Have loved reading every one of Lisa Scottoline's books. Can't wait for the next one to arrive on bookshelves. Thanks for sharing your remarkable talent!

28.08 | 06:12

August snow days! What a fantastic idea! I've been reading Martin Walker's Bruno series set in rural France full or recipes. Yum

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