Blade’s Edge is the 10th book in the Satan’s Devils MC series. Although the characters from previous books are recurring, each book can be read as a stand-alone. I had not read any of the previous books in the series and I didn’t feel that I was missing any important information to enjoy/understand this book. I am, however, intrigued about some of the other characters and would definitely consider going back and reading some, if not all, of the previous books.
This is the first time I had a read an MC book and have to admit to being unsure of some of the terminology/jargon used at first but this did not affect my enjoyment of this book as I enjoyed it a great deal.
Blade is the Enforcer in the MC and it’s his responsibility to ensure the safety of the MC. When a homeless woman ends up at their compound, who obviously has some very important information that could bring down a politician, Blade is given the job of getting close to the woman in order to get the information from her.
What Blade doesn’t expect is his obvious attraction to Tash. And as much as she tries to deny it, Tash can’t help but be drawn to the large, moody, aggressive man. I absolutely loved the interaction between Blade and Tash as they both did their best to antagonize each other. What I also found hilarious was the interactions between Blade and his brothers in the MC as he continues to deny his obvious attraction to Tash.
This is a really enjoyable read, with so much to offer. I would definitely recommend this book to others.
Reviewed by @kazbo5771