Review – Grim (King’s Harlots, #2.5) by J.M. Walker

December 10, 2016 Review 0

Review – Grim (King’s Harlots, #2.5) by J.M. Walker

"An unexpected evil brings both the MC and Military world together in this brand new series by J.M. Walker"

He never thought he could be happy.
Vice-One had been what he needed most, until he met Genevieve Gold.

She can't forget her past.
The walls she'd built are hard to break, even after falling in love with Angel Rodriguez.

They have been together for months, have tried to be happy but still can't find that certain connection—the piece of them that should ignore the evils of life and focus on the love they have for each other.

Title: Grim
Author: J.M. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Grit, Stain, Rude, Numb
Series: King's Harlots
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Grit, Stain, Rude, Numb
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: November 28, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Military Romance, Motorcycle Theme
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-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.
300 Review

Batta Bing, Batta Bang…short and to the point with just the right amount of information and sex to get you through…until we start obsessing over the next one, that is.


Remember in Stain (KH #2) when we notice major tension between Jay and Angel while Meeka and Asher were getting ready to go undercover? This story actually takes place during the same time, hence the 2.5. Although some of the dialogue we read is a repeat, we learn more about Jay’s past with Tyler and how it’s been effecting her and her relationship with Angel.

Angel is still the amazing man we grew to know and love and I fell just a little harder (if that’s even possible) for him in this one again. Jay is healing. Not very well, but she’s trying. Or at least she wants everyone to think that she’s trying to get over the fact that her sister ISN’T dead, that she was captured and emotionally tortured by Vega and that she’s not completely pissed off that Meeka and Asher were in on it. Yep, not over it at all. But then throw in the fact she’s having dreams and memories of her time with Tyler and “comparing” what she has with Angel and it’s enough to have anyone go through a complete and total breakdown.

But Angel being Angel pulls Jay from her dark space, makes her confront some of the demons with Meeka and in the end….well…in the end, there’s love. In more spaces than others.

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