Friday, November 20, 2015

Book Review - Knight by Lana Grayson

My Thoughts

I couldn't wait to read Lyn's story. She is the badass woman who not only owns Sorceress, but also owns Luke's heart. She struggles to stay away from him because she can't stand the thought of losing him. He is her weakness and doesn't want the heartache. Luke is having none of that as he loves her right back and wants her in his life. He lost her when the valley between the MC got wider and he was responsible. Her loyalty was to Anathema, but her heart is with the man who will do everything to bring the MC back together and save everyone including her. I loved their story and can't wait to read more of this series.

I give Knight 5 hearts!

About the Book


Life isn’t a fairy tale. Good men die, bad ones live, and the worst frame me for murder.

I didn’t just survive the war that splintered the Anathema MC, I was the traitor who fired the first shot. Now I’m the only one who can patch us back together. If the fractured pieces of the club don’t combine forces, we’ll face an even worse enemy alone, and everyone will suffer.

I should grab my woman and ride her to safety. Problem is my damsel doesn’t think she’s in distress, and she sure as hell doesn’t want to be rescued by me.

This war doesn't give me a choice. If I want to save my club and the woman I lost, I can’t pretend to be a hero.

I have to stay the villain.


The men of the Anathema MC say I bleed green. I’d rather not find out.

My club isn’t just a cheap thrill, it’s a safe territory in Anathema’s civil war. Everyone’s money is the same at Sorceress—and my favors don’t come cheap.

Unfortunately, Anathema isn’t the only one using my girls. I can handle the Feds lurking around my stages, but I can’t save Knight from the body that wasn’t buried deep enough.

Knight demands I clear his name, but betraying Anathema’s secrets won’t protect us. If we want a happily-ever-after, we have to create it ourselves.

If we manage to survive.

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About the Author

Lana Grayson was born to write anything and everything to do with romance. Her favorite genres range from the dark and twisty to the lighthearted and sentimental--as long as the characters are memorable, the story is fun, and the romance is steamy. Lana lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, and, when she isn't bundled in her writing chair, she's most likely cheering on the Steelers or searching for the 'Burgh's best Italian restaurants.

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