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ARC Review: Reaper by K.L. Savage

 


Reaper by K.L. Savage 
Series: Ruthless Kings MC, #1
Genre: Contemporary | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: eBook
Source: Give Me Books Promotions

Published on March 2020
K.L. Savage: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Synopsis:

My dead best friend’s daughter and the woman that haunts my dreams are one and the same.

For the last two years, I’ve told myself she’s off limits.
That a man like me, can’t be with a woman her age.
Then my little maniac turned eighteen.
And I gave in to my temptation.
I shouldn’t have, but now it’s too late.

She’s mine now, and I’ll never let her go.

Then one of the biggest sinners in Vegas thought he could just take her.
He’s forgetting It’s my job to protect her. Mine.

Now, I’m going to burn this city to the ground.
I’ll reap havoc until my little maniac is back in my arms.

Reaper is a story about Sarah. She’s had feelings for her dad’s best friend for few years. She sometimes thinks about moving on but she knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. Unfortunately Reaper or Jesse like she calls him isn’t giving her even a bread crumb of hope because of their age differences

“It makes me want to kill that fucker all over again. I know anything you did, you had to do to stay alive.”

Sarah loves to drive Reaper crazy even though it breaks her heart every time he rejects her. Sometimes I wanted her to just move on but on other hand I love how sure she was about what she wanted. Sarah thinks boy her age are soft and boring and unlike many female characters in books she didn’t find some random guy character to try to move on with, knowing she isn’t interest in anyone besides Reaper.

I really liked Tongue and I’m very interested of reading a book about him if K.L Savage ever writes one about him.

“How could I not love you? You think these last few years have been easy? I’m so much older than you. You had no idea how it felt having to wait for you to turn eighteen. Staying away, being rude, fighting you. It was the only way for me to stay sane.”

I really enjoyed this book and almost finished it one sitting but it felt like forever until Reaper and Sarah’s “real” romance started. I liked that Reaper refused to do anything until she was eighteen but it took awhile. I wouldn’t recommend this book if you’re searching something fluffy.

Rating
4 stars

5 thoughts on “ARC Review: Reaper by K.L. Savage”

  1. Oh wow — just the synopsis and the cover is HOT. I do think it’s too bad that there are so many stories like this about people waiting for underage people to become “legal.” It’s kind of creepy and smacks of grooming. Ah well.

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