Review – Stain (King’s Harlots #2) by J.M. Walker

October 6, 2016 Review 0

Review – Stain (King’s Harlots #2) 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 wants to be alone.
Nightmares from his past keep him guarded and afraid.
Vice-One is his life. They’re his brothers—the only people who helped keep him out of his own head long enough to move on from the childhood he never asked for.

His therapy has been protecting his country, barely taking a break before beginning his next mission. But no amount of training can prepare him for his great challenge yet—convincing Meeka Cline that she will be his.

She wants out.
Her world fell apart when King’s Harlots no longer trusted her, but she continues to fight to gain back their respect.
All she wants is to help those wronged by the evil that has put a shadow on everyone she knows.
Asher Donovan comes to her for help when he needs her most only to have passion flare up between them. One problem: He’s her best friend.

Putting aside their friendship, they use the heat between them to please the depraved minds they now understand…

Title: Stain
Author: J.M. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Grit, Grim, Rude, Numb
Series: King's Harlots
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Grit, Grim, Rude, Numb
Source: Author
Published: August 15, 2016
Genres: Military Romance, Motorcycle Theme
Pages: 317
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Soooooooo, where to begin? Hmmmmm….well…let me start by stating that this topic is not for the faint of heart. In fact, some people may even categorize this as borderline dark. But let me say that although the topic has a dark tone, I’ve read WAY DARKER (Hellloooo Kitty – I love you) and this ain’t it. If you’ve read the first book in this series, then you’re aware that the evil being implied is indeed pure hell. If you haven’t read the first book, then you need to stop reading this review and pick it up because although you “could” read this as a standalone, I HIGHLY recommend you don’t. So I’m going to continue this review as though you’ve read the first since I’ll need to speak in code….lol

Asher Donovan is one of the SEAL’s finest. His team not only saved our country, but has partnered up with the female MC King’s Harlot in bringing down an organization that consists of the purest of evil. While working undercover, he’s forced to bring in the one person he trusts most. The only person who truly knows him inside and out. The only person he’s ever known to keep him grounded. His best friend Meeka Cline. But can she help him get through this?

Meeka is a member of the KH, but there is still some serious tension between her and Jay thanks to her involvement with Violet and needing to keep secrets (THIS IS WHY YOU NEED TO READ THE FIRST BOOK, among other reasons). The tension and emotions only escalate to the highest degree when she’s asked to go undercover with her best friend. It’s at that moment that she realizes that they are and have always been more than just friends. But the stress of the mission and Asher’s past is very difficult. Thank goodness she’s a strong female who refuses to break, refusing to listen to anyone but herself and how SHE feels because my GAWD this girl is pushed to her limit, over and over again.

I really don’t want to give away what the evil is, so unfortunately this is about all I can say about the topic side of this book. But I’d like to add that Asher and Meeka’s story is something made of pure love. These two have known each other virtually their entire lives, knowing exactly how each other is. Or so they think. Until they themselves are forced to really look at each other. To trust each other. And of course, love each other.   And boy oh boy, do they love each other…..over and over again.

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