Review of Rev’d: The Lion’s Den MC by CJ Allison #TuesdayBookBlog @cjallisonauthor @kikilovesbooks

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⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 3.5 out of 5

Rev’d was to be a Rabbi, but he didn’t want that life. He joined the Marines and served his duty to the US. When he left the Marines, he didn’t know where to go or what to do. He bought a Harley and the rest was history. Now he’s the President of the Lion’s Den MC at a young age.

Gabriella lives in the Good Ol’ Boy world of the law. She is a para-legal in a big law firm. Her ultimate goal is to be in the courtroom with her own cases though. She is not a woman who likes to give up control. She has three different personas, the legal powerhouse, Gabriella; the girl next door, Gabby; and Rev’s Queen.

The Lion’s Den has been working to clean up neighborhoods with a man who has he money to do it. They are the muscle to keep the areas clean and the rebuilding to continue, keeping the gangs out. The only problem is that there is one gang that can’t seem to get the hint. When the Lion’s Den decide to branch out and work with the Polish mob things get a little on the tense side. There are secrets in the family that will come out, but there are pluses to the situation. The story is a quick paced read. I enjoyed the quick read and found it to be an engaging story. The characters are likable, and the plot was good, but it didn’t have that wow factor for me. With that being said, I would not pass up on reading more of The Lion’s Den MC stories. I think KO’s book might be pretty good just from what was in this one. I give the story a 3.5-star review and if you like MC romance or stories with kink, I think you would like this book.

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