Shadow (Devil’s Handmaidens MC: Timber-Ghost, Montana Chapter Book 2) by D.M. Earl – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Shadow (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book Two)Shadow by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another gripping story about the all women’s motorcycle club, the Devil’s Handmaidens MC, the Timber-Ghost, Montana Chapter. Full of action, drama, suspense and a little steamy romance this book kept me hooked throughout. Zoey “Shadow” Jeffries is the club’s enforcer, and has a heartbreaking back story, of being sold into slavery as a child, then being left for dead and having to fight for her freedom. Shadow, along with the club now help protect and save other young trafficked victims from sexual predators.
When Shadow meets Panther, a sexy Navajo horse rancher, they become a team navigating the dangerous world of human trafficking, in order to save the women. However, working together they can’t deny their mutual attraction or chemistry, which sizzles off the page. Both have their own pain but they might just find their own happy ever after together. Another dark storyline which is not always an easy read, but the great characters and the connections between them make this an engaging story. I felt completely immersed in the MC’s world thanks to the descriptive narrative, and I look forward to returning to it, with the next book in the series.

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