Review of Toxic (Thanatos MC Book 1) by Cole Lepley @cole_lepley @HiddenGemsBooks

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5

She was trying to get away from a toxic relationship and find a way to move and have a new beginning, but when she was standing in line at the coffee shop and the sexy, arrogant, tattooed man stepped in front of her and ordered his coffee, she was distracted. Sloan moved from the east coast to Arizona to start over and get her life back on track after bad relationships had on the run. She was determined to straighten her life out and stepping back into a relationship now was not part of her plan.

Flynn had no interest in relationships, he was not a one-woman man any longer, so why couldn’t he get the sexy woman from the coffee shop out of his head? He has too many things on his plate right now and a woman should not be one of them. He has enough going on with his taking the presidency of the Thanatos MC since his father’s death and he has to keep his head straight. That’s a challenge in itself, add distractions and it only gets worse.

I really liked this first book in the Thanatos MC series. It’s gritty, rough, tragic and full of action and danger. The characters great. The MC has a lot of things going on and Flynn has his own problems that he’s dealing with, so when his club has more danger than they can take coming down on them, his head needs to be in the game. Too bad it takes a close call for him to figure it out and make amends. I love the story line, characters and action in this book, and I look forward to more of the series. Cole Lepley is a new to me author, but after reading Toxic, I will be watching for more of her books to read. I give this book a 4.5-star review and suggest it to readers that are looking for a gritty, dangerous MC story to read.

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