Review of Whistle’s War (The Demon Squad MC Series) by Monique Moreau

⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 3.5 out of 5

Whistle is an ex-Bratva Vory, was a child prodigy and now he’s a big, bad biker that hasn’t completely grown up, until he meets a Romanian mafie princess. Tasa Lupu is the youngest child of the Lupu mafie and she’s looking for her independence from an overbearing older brother, so she hopped on a bus out of NYC, and took a pit stop in Poughkeepsie to take in the sights and see a bit of the world outside of her gilded cage. Whistle and Tasa are an interesting couple. They are both from the mafia world but different family lines and both want to have a life free from that life.

This was a good book, it was a bit slow for me to get into it, but once it started moving it was good. It has the suspense that The Demon Squad MC books prior have, and it has the big, bad bikers, but it seemed to be missing something for me, not sure what it was. It has the danger that most MC books do, and the entertainment of The Demon Squad MC books do. I like the characters and the story. I just felt it was a bit slow to get moving and pull me in. I give this book a 3.5-star review.

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