Review – Devil’s Own (The Devil’s Keepers #3) by Megan Crane

May 12, 2017 Review 0

Review – Devil’s Own (The Devil’s Keepers #3) by Megan Crane

Lara Ashburn hates bikers. She watched a motorcycle club destroy her hometown, bringing her brother down with it. That’s a life she put far in her rearview. So the last person she wants to see walking into her classroom is the top enforcer of the Devil’s Keepers. Big, mean, and gorgeous, all tattoos and leather, Chaser is everything Lara should avoid. Yet the insane chemistry sparking between them tempts her to break all the rules.

Ryan “Chaser” Frey has his hands full with a teen daughter in need of tough love, and he doesn’t have time for prissy teachers who want to tell him how to raise his kid. But Chaser never could resist a chick who gives as good as she gets. Lara is sexy as hell, and she’s not afraid of him. Plus, her links to a California club could provide the Devils with leverage against their enemies. But that would mean mixing business with pleasure—and risking the one woman Chaser can’t afford to lose.

Title: Devil's Own
Author: Megan Crane
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Edge of Control, Devil's Honor, Devil's Mark, Edge of Power
Series: The Devil's Keepers
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Devil's Honor, Devil's Mark
Published by LoveSwept
Source: Publisher
Published: May 16th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Motorcycle Theme
Pages: 202
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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This is the third book of this series and probably my favorite thus far. Where I wasn’t really a fan of the “chemistry” factor in the first two, this one brings the hot meter up to the scorching level. It didn’t hurt that I kept looking at the cover model when reading about Chaser. I mean, helllllloooooo.

Chaser is the enforcer of the Devil’s Keepers. We’ve met him before in the previous installments, but we really get to experience him in the one. I’m not sure how I missed it before, but he’s a father of a troubled sixteen year old daughter. Yep, a daughter. Turns out she didn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to dealing with issues. After receiving numerous calls from his daughter’s teacher, it was time to meet her and find out what’s up. But the moment he lays eyes on her, he knew she was going to be trouble for him. Mainly because she’s hot, smart, sassy and isn’t afraid to talk back to him despite who he is.

Lara is the teacher of Chaser’s daughter. She’s also had her fair share of run ins with motorcycle clubs and she wants nothing to do with them. Especially not Chaser who’s the enforcer of the local motorcycle club. But being a true teacher, she puts all of that aside to help a student who clearly needs help. Turns out that the student isn’t the only one who needs help though. So does she help Chaser or walk away from some serious chemistry?

I really liked the story line in this installment more so than the other two. Don’t get me wrong. Those were good too, but this one added just a little more drama to the mix. Between Lara’s ties with her families MC, her feelings about her uncle and brother and her growing feelings for Chaser, I was honestly pulled in to see how this one played out. Let’s just say that the drama within the DK’s just got a lot more complicated and the poo is bound to hit the fan.



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