Review: Smokey by L. Wilder (Satan's Fury MC #5)
Note: This ARC was provided by Enticing Journey Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.
Author L. Wilder's Satan's Fury MC series is back with its sixth installment! When Smokey Satan's Fury MC member decides to help out a damsel in distress--aka a frustrated female who's inadvertently left her only car key inside her locked car--he does it because it's the right thing to do. The fact that she's undeniably beautiful and she looks as if she was meant to wear his cut just happen to be bonuses. When Smokey turns out to be the Evan Abrams that MJ was tasked by the law firm she works at to touch base with, their encounters increase in her desire to be there for him in any way he needs. She falls quickly for the man who never fails to rescue her, but will a time come for her to choose between him and her family?
Smokey wishes MJ wasn't Marley Jo Thompson, law associate with Smith, Wells, and Daniels, bearer of heartbreaking news, but he'll take every single part of the woman who's quickly becoming a permanent and constant fixture in his thoughts and fantasies. He needs to decide what he's going to do with what was left to him by his father, but no matter what he decides, the one thing he's sure of is his desire to have MJ by his side. But when MJ is manipulated and blackmailed into doing something that breaks both of them and affects their burgeoning relationship, Smokey isn't sure how to feel about MJ's decision. With outside forces threatening the motorcycle club and the woman he loves, Smokey will do anything to protect them.
This was my favorite Satan's Fury MC book so far. Smokey and MJ had an immediate connection, but it wasn't purely physical for these two. The devastating news of Smokey's father's passing brings MJ even further inside Smokey's circle of trust, and they're there for one another whenever the other needs them. As always, this sixth book was about the Satan's Fury MC brotherhood and one of the brothers falling for his woman, but it's primary focus here was on family and forgiveness, even when it seems to late to offer it up. I loved the acceptance these two had for each other and their circumstances, but my heart broke at one particular point in the story. You'll know it when you get to it. Smokey gets five stars and TBRing book six! ♥
Read my reviews for the Satan's Fury MC series:
Summer Storm (prequel novella) - four stars - My Review
Maverick (book one) - four stars - My Review
Stitch (book two) - four stars - My Review
Cotton (book three) - four stars - My Review
Clutch (book four) - 4.5 stars - My Review
Smokey (book five) - five stars - My Review
18 October 2016 17 October 2016
Date Read: 17 October 2016
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