Shadow (Devil’s Handmaidens MC: Timber-Ghost, Montana Chapter Book 2) by D.M. Earl – Review by Shannon Fowler
Shadow by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Wow! This book is dark, violent and graphic. I love it! Thankfully there is a warning before you buy this book. It is NOT a sweet love story. It is dark, violent and graphic. It is not sunshine and rainbows. It is human trafficking, ugly, violent. It is not a take home to your mother type of story, well unless she likes her heroines a little more broken, a lot violent, a little angry and a lot bad as can be.
Shadow is probably the most broken character I have read about. She has had a harder than hard life. She has no one to trust, to love and no reason to live. Until she meets Tink. Tink and her parents give Shadow a reason to live. A reason to even breathe. But she is still broken inside and wants to hide behind her mask and walls.
Ridding the world or at least Montana of human trafficking is Shadow’s job and reason for being. With Tink and the Devil’s Handmaiden MC these women take down one circuit at a time. With the help of others like Noodles and his ex-Navy Seal friends, Tank and his MC, and now Panther and his crew more evil can be put down.
This story is not for the weak or faint of heart. This story has a smoother flow than book 1 and is well worth the sleepless nights. Looking forward to more by this author and about these bad as can be women!
Reviewed by @shannonlovesbooks
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