Review – A Few Bad Men (Outlaw MC #7) by James Cox

September 26, 2015 Review 0

Review – A Few Bad Men (Outlaw MC #7) by James Cox

What if bad guys ruled the world and the good guys were the outlaws?

The war on mars is almost over. A small band of peacekeepers are hiding from the Outlaw MC. Grim has held his past from the club since he joined. He punishes himself for his sins years ago, no relationships, no friends, nothing but taking the government down. Then he meets a member’s brother.

Valentine just escaped from the prison on earth. He’s too young for Grim but that doesn’t stop the pull between them. As the club hunts down the last of the peacekeepers, Grim and Valentine have sex. It isn’t until afterward that the truth of his past comes out. Grim was a guard at the very prison Valentine was in.

Can lies be forgiven as the peace of mars is shattered?

Title: A Few Bad Men
Author: James Cox
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Handsome Hero Wanted, A Rampant Hunger, The Virus Maker, Heart of a Hero
Series: Outlaw MC
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Chaos Unchained, Underneath His Armor, Behavior Problem, With Tongue and Teeth
Published by Evernight Publishing
Source: Author
Published: August 6th 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 88
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Amazon

Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: five-flames

I’m just gonna start by saying that it’s not lost on me that Valentine is Romeo’s brother. Parents (aka Mr. Cox) have a nice sense of humor. Ok, enough of that, let’s move on…

This picks up back on Earth, but not with whom you might be thinking of. Valentine is a prisoner who seizes an opportunity to get back to Mars. His gut is telling him things are “off”, and we all know he’s right. Upon returning to Mars, who’s the first person Valentine sees? Yep, Grim. You can probably guess that sparks fly, they find themselves drawn to each other and things…happen.

The surprise in this is that we learn more about Grim; where he spent 10 years of his life and why. Unfortunately for Valentine, he finds out about this information “after” he’s allowed him emotions to get involved.

I even found some humor in this one. Valentine suffers from a “disorder” that leaves him in “interesting” situations at times. One of those times turned out to be my favorite scene in the book….mmmmm, hover bike, but I digress.

Well done, yet again Mr. Cox. Can’t wait for the next one!!!


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