Review: Make Me You Villain by Lani Lynn Vale (Battle Crows MC #2)


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Uplifting Author Services.

Make Me Your Villain is the second novel in the Battle Crows MC series from Lani Lynn Vale, and this time around, we've got Callum Crow, aka Shine, and Iris Dalton. Aside from being part of a motorcycle club, Shine is former military and owns Crow Lawn Services; on the other hand, Iris is a flight attendant. Both haven't had the best luck when it comes to relationships. Add to that the fact that Iris has felt more like an outsider in her own family for most of her life, with only her brother being a source of love and support. From the moment Shine and Iris meet, there's a connection. He's immediately protective of this woman who's grabbed his attention, but will he be able to protect her when it becomes clear that someone's targeting her?

As expected, Lani Lynn Vale brings the heat and suspense in this newest addition to the Battle Crows MC series. I liked Callum and Iris, and their meet-cute was quite a memorable one for all the best reasons. The villain in the story isn't all that difficult to figure out, although that bit of a twist at the revelation definitely caught me off-guard. There were moments where it felt like there were gaps in the story and not everything was resolved, but the promised happy ending is there, and Callum and Iris most certainly deserved exactly that, more so together. I'm giving Make Me Your Villain four stars, and look forward to the next in the series.

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Read my reviews for the Battle Crows MC series:


Always Someone's Monster (book one) - four stars - My Review

Make Me Your Villain (book two) - four stars - My Review (posted above)

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Release Date: 08 March 2022

Date Read: 06 March 2022

Learn more about Lani Lynn Vale.

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