Audible Review: Lock & Load by Kristine Allen

Lock & Load by Kristine Allen
Series: Demented Sons #1
Genres: MC Romance
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I'm the Sergeant-At-Arms for the Demented Sons MC. A year ago my life went to shit, and every priority I ever had changed. Being a single dad on the run was never on my radar, but that was the hand I was dealt.

I didn't think shit could get worse.

Then fate dumped a raven-haired beauty in my lap, and all hell broke loose.

Trying to keep my two-year-old daughter and a hot mess of a woman alive while still protecting my club threw my adrenaline into overdrive. Strung tight, danger coming at us from all directions, I faltered...

That was the only excuse I had for what happened next.

I have been a Kristine Allen fan for a while now. I have high expectations when it comes to anything that bares her name. Lock & Load surpassed those expectations. The story was fast paced, explosive and kept me on the edge of my seat. All of that before I got to listen to the audible. I’m new to reviewing for audibles. So I am trying to find the best way to express what I expect in an audiobook. I am sure that will all change the more I review.

Kylie Stewart and Eric Nolon nailed Raven and Lock. Stewart was able to express Raven’s tough exterior and also the sweeter sides of her. It was an a believable performance on what is a complex character. I enjoyed her portrayal of Raven. Rolon has a voice that could melt butter. His voice is exactly what I imagined Lock’s to be. Gruff and sexy. He was able to express a lot of the anguish that Lock was going through in the story. I truly enjoyed their narratives.

Allen wrote them the perfect story of loss and healing. The story flows beautifully and the character development is off the charts. The love scenes are hotter than an Texas summer. This was a great listen and Allen had me locked the moment I pushed play.

Posted September 8, 2020 by Riley in Audible Review, Audio Book, Romance / 0 Comments

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