Review of Lost Soul (Dirty Souls MC, Book 1) by Emma Creed @authoremmacreed @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps since he was a child. His father has always been his hero and that would never change. For Jessie, being a member of the Dirty Souls MC runs through his blood. When tragedy hits, Jessie moves from Utah to Colorado and grows up in the Colorado chapter of the Dirty Souls. He’s always known that he would be one and he has never made excuses or apologized for that, until her.

Hayley may be a Dirty Souls MC Princess, but she has no clue how the club really runs or how things go in the club. Her daddy has kept her away from the club for most of her life, until he no longer has the option to. She doesn’t really understand that she’s off limits to the MC members, but they know it. She’s always known that her heart belonged to the boy that her daddy brought home, but when he asks for Hayley’s help in getting information on one of her classmates her life is turned upside down and sideways. Will her dreams ever come true or will she find a new path?

This book is dark, tragic and heartbreaking with great characters and is a great start to a new series. There are twists and unpredictable outcomes that I never saw coming, but I loved every bit of this book. It brought out all of the feels yet left me wanting so much more. I love the book and the characters. These men live in a brotherhood but not everyone is as loyal as they seem. Danger lurks and tragedy strikes on multiple levels. The Dirty Souls have a lot to clear up so that they don’t completely destruct, but can they come back from the tragedy and betrayals that hit them on multiple levels? I give this story a 5-star review and I look forward to the next book in the series because I have questions that need to be answered!

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