Avenging Devil Part 1: Satan’s Devils MC San Diego by Manda Mellett – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Avenging Devil Part 1: Satan's Devils MC San DiegoAvenging Devil Part 1: Satan’s Devils MC San Diego by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Niran is a biker with the Satan’s Devils MC, he has been a member for a couple of years and was a United States Marine before that, he only left when he was medically retired due to losing his leg and had been drifting in a civilian life until he came across the MC and never looked back, even though the prospecting was hard work. Saffie is a broken woman in more ways than one, she thought she had met the man of her dreams until she married him and it all went downhill from there and five years later, she is still a prisoner in his eyes and the eyes of those around him, but one day after she is beaten to within an inch of her life and needs to go to the hospital. It is in that hospital that she makes a decision which will change her life again, she finds out that she is pregnant with his child, but that though terrifies her enough to agree and accept an offer of help to finally escape her life of hell.

Niran is at work as usual in the auto shop the Devil’s own and he is waiting for his boss and fellow member to get back from a trip to LA, however, when he calls and asks Niran to go to the hospital with his old lady for an prenatal appointment, Niran is honoured to be asked and accepts with no questions asked. Saffie meanwhile is trying to settle down in her new life in San Diego, but she is worried that her husband will find her and drag her back, so she moves to a different and cheaper apartment and now that a few months have passed and he is still nowhere in sight, Saffie decides to go and get a check up and see how her baby is doing. As Niran is escorting his boss’s old lady into the hospital, he notices a woman sat on her own and his eyes keep getting drawn back to her, he thinks no more of it until after the appointment where he sees the woman again in the car park crying hysterically and neither he, nor the woman he is accompanying can leave her in such a state, so they go over and talk to her and try to offer some comfort. In the process of doing this they offer to drive her home, she accepts the woman’s help, however appears terrified of Niran, which he can understand with him being a tall, well built black man. When they get to her apartment, it is not the best place for a woman on her own to be living, so after she has calmed down a bit Niran offers to stay while his companion returns home, Saffie isn’t especially comfortable with this, but she grees because she doesn’t want to be on her own and for some reason, she feels comfortable with him.

This is how the two spend the next few days with Niran staying at the apartment after work until one day she finds out who he is associated with and throws him out of the house, she is even more terrified than before and refuses any more of his help, that is until a few weeks later when he finds out something has happened and steps in to offer his help and comfort again, but this is something Saffie still isn’t comfortable with despite assurances from multiple different people. However, she receives information that her past is possibly coming back to haunt her and she realises that she may need Niran’s help after all, but will she be able to get over her misgivings and accept the help offered to her, or will she run for the hills and disappear? This is an MC romance with a dark twist which will hook you in and keep you on the edge of your seat throughout.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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