Review – Lily Roar (Red Wolves Motorcycle Club #4) by Beth D. Carter

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Review – Lily Roar (Red Wolves Motorcycle Club #4) by Beth D. Carter

Lily has almost given up believing she can escape from the clutches of the Master, the man who holds her as a sex slave in his mansion of degradation. When she has the opportunity to flee, she races into the night with a crippling fear that she could be captured.

Branch Barrigan, the enforcer of the Red Wolves Motorcycle Club, and Deputy Charlie Earenflight might be on opposite sides of the law, but they don’t hesitate to punish those who hurt women. Branch and Charlie make a pact to hunt down the head of the human trafficking organization. When they find Lily, they are unaware she’s the link they’ve been searching for.

The two men do all they can to protect her. In the process, they come to love her quiet strength. But Lily needs to learn to roar if she’s to survive the pain of her past and confront the evil that can rob her of a future.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of anal sex, violence, racial slurs and references to sodomy, rape and drugging women for sex.

Title: Lily Roar
Author: Beth D. Carter
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Along Came Merrie, True North, When Dove Cries
Series: Red Wolves Motorcycle Club #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Along Came Merrie, True North
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: June 2nd 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Menage, Motorcycle Theme, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 214
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-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

Lily Roar is more than the first three books in the Red Wolves Motorcycle Club series.  More intense, more dangerous, more emotional.  Lily’s situation is dire and horrific.  Luckily, she is given the chance to escape.  Her luck continues when she coincidentally runs into Branch and Charlie.

Branch and Charlie don’t know each other well but it’s no surprise they get along.  They share a sense of justice which works far better inside a outlaw motorcycle club than in a sheriff’s department.  They’re also able to be caring and gentle with the damaged Lily.  They give her the safety and space she needs.  They both also see something in her that they find compelling.

Lily understandably doesn’t trust anyone.  She’s been told the local police are owned by the man she’s just escaped.  She seems something in Charlie and Branch and lets them help her but it takes a while before they develop trust to share enough to realize the man who abused and tortured her is the same monster Charlie and Branch are hunting.

The action in this book is intense with several surprises where the action doesn’t play out as expected.  I really enjoyed the book.

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