Review: Wicked Games by A.M. Myers

Review: Wicked Games by A.M. MyersWicked Games (Bayou Devils MC #8) by A.M. Myers
Genres: MC Romance, Romance

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The only remaining single member of the Bayou Devils MC, Travis Broussard, refuses to fall in love. His brothers may have found happiness but with his dark past still haunting him, he can’t afford to let any woman get too close.
Rowan Archer has had her fair share of heartbreak, but after the sudden loss of her mother and finding her boyfriend in bed with another woman, she reaches her breaking point and moves across the country to be closer to her brother in Baton Rouge.
One drunken night and the need for a temporary relief bring two broken hearts together. Sparks ignite between Travis and Rowan but it can’t last. It’s clear there is no future for them and they each agree to keep things casual but you know what they say about best laid plans.
Someone begins to target the club, tormenting them in a sick little game of cat and mouse as he makes promises of pain and bloodshed in the name of revenge and Travis’s past catches up to him when he least expects it, forcing him to make a choice.
Saving those he loves means pushing Rowan away but Travis has no other option with the dark threat looming over all of their heads.

I have read Myers since her first book. I have watched her talent grow. Myers has the ability of pulling you into her books, making you a part of the world. It’s actually sad that this is the last of the series. Each of her books draws you deeper into the Bayou Devils world.

After Rowan’s life has imploded she up and moves to be closer to her brother, Lincoln. Lincoln’s life is in a chaotic state as well. The Bayou Devils MC is under fire and while he worries he wants his baby sister close by. When Rowan shows up, no one expects her to fall for Streak. He has never let anyone close to him.

Myers has woven a world that I hate to see end. With this being the last book of the Bayou Devils she ends it with a bang and with many tears at the end. Her characters have come alive and grabbed a hold of you, holding you as a willing hostage to the chaos that is have finally come to a head. You get to see all the past characters and see how this ride ends for the whole club.

Posted April 29, 2020 by Riley in Book Reviews, New Adult, New Release, Romance / 0 Comments

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