Series: Grim Sinners MC #1
Author: LeAnn Ashers
Genre: MC Romance
I’m fucked, plain and simple. How am I fucked, you ask? This tattooed, bearded alpha popped into my life and took it over, driving me insane.
Am I complaining? Hell no.
Do I love him? Yes, more than anything—and his daughter too.
Lane is everything to me. He came into my life when I needed him the most. I just didn’t know it at the time. He completes me. He is someone I have waited for my whole life.
I am so fucking fucked. This five-foot-two, feistier-than-shit woman came into my life and knocked me on my ass.
She brings out every protective instinct I have, and I’m ready to go nuclear if someone even looks at her.
I love two people in this world more than life itself: Amelia and my daughter, Tiffany.
Someone made the biggest fucking mistake of their life by trying to take them both away.
2.75 ‘One step forward, two steps back’ Stars
I’m so sad to say I’m beyond disappointed with this book. I did not expect this level of confusion, timeline, character inconsistencies – specially the h – and plot error. All thing that should have been detected and corrected upon a good Beta reading, or even upon editing (it’s inadmissible for me at this stage to have almost all pages of FINAL edition book, highlighted with mistakes of some kind) which distracted and ruined the whole storyline for me!
I felt so much like with the author’s book, which was messy, but since it was her debut and I loved the premise, seemed like I could see her doing great things, after her writing matured, so I gave her a chance and she became an auto read for me. Well, sadly, my expectations are proven unfounded in this story. She had such potential…
Hence my extreme disappointment, when now, with quite a few books into her writing career, I come across the same problem in Lane as LeAnn Ashers’ debut novel: good premise, but poor execution…
So, I’m sorry to say, that even with my OCD, and my deep curiosity for the other characters stories, I’m not sure I’ll be able to handle this again. I sincerely hope the author is able to evolve and develop more writing skill because she has a good creative base, but a serious need of some writing lessons, so that her execution makes her ideas shine through, and not do the opposite, like it’s happening now.
Guess we’ll see. Fingers crossed…
LeAnn Asher’s is a blogger turned author who spends her days reading and writing She released her debut novel early 2016, and can’t wait to where this new adventure takes her. LeAnn writes about strong minded females and strong protective males who love their women unconditionally.