Targeting Dart (Satan’s Devils MC #4) by Manda Mellett – Review by Ashleyann Sanabria

I don’t think there is a single book in this series that I haven’t liked so far! I appreciate that the author took on the issues of race and body shaming in this book. There were parts that were a bit upsetting, but the book overcomes both these issues fairly well. The story was filled with heartache and adversity. Alex is shy and traumatized. Her story is tragic and heartfelt. Seeing how she changes and grows into herself was great, especially since her body was described similarly to my own. Dart was just another member, but his growth in this book was great to see too. In general, this book has everything you will come to love and expect about a Satan’s Devil’s MC novel: found family, love, tenacity, tragedy, violence, to get to her you have to go through me, and a brotherhood so strong it can overcome all odds. Despite being wonderfully familiar, the author manages to still surprise and enthrall the reader with plot twists and turns you never expect. A perfect balance of exciting and familiar that guarantees I keep picking up her books! Give the Satan’s Devils MC a try. Note that the story has many books, and there is overlap even if the book is based in a difference chapter of the MC. I recommend reading in publication order but pick these up!


Reviewed by @asanabr1

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