Review for Grave: Royal Devils MC, Chicago Book #1 by Erin Trejo @trejo_erin @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

She’s is not what she seems from the outside. When Silla is attacked on the street while Grave is out running, he can’t just go about his business and leave her on the street. He may not know who she is, but he knows that it’s not right to keep running while she could die there in the street alone. Grave is making all kinds of crazy decisions and this one could be his downfall. Silla has her own secrets and battles to fight, can they work together and slay their demons and have a HEA?

Grave is the son of the president of the Chicago chapter, but there is no love between the two.
When he is drawn out of hiding for his mother, he fights to get his MC back under control and the leadership back to what it should be and the club to be trusted again by its ally’s. Grave has the MC blood running through his veins and he just wants the club to be loyal and what it should have been before it was run into the ground and trust lost among clubs, ally’s, and brothers.

I really liked this book. It pulled me in from the first page and held my mind captive until the very end. It’s full of betrayal, secrets, danger and great characters that made me feel as though I knew them and wanted to help them. Loyalty is a big deal with an MC. If there is no loyalty or trust, an MC has nothing. The Chicago Chapter of the Royal Devils MC has a lot of issues going on and when there is a hit on the club and one of their own is left for dead, a lot will come crashing down. Some members will face the wrath of the club and their own betrayal will catch up to them. I give this book a 5-star review and I am so looking forward to Psycho’s book. He was probably my favorite character. He’s such a lost soul and his pain is so real.

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