Review of Storm: A Dark & Dirty Sinners’ MC Book 8 by Serena Akeroyd @SerenaAkeroyd

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Storm and Keira’s story is such a great read. Storm is probably one of my favorite characters in the Satan’s Sinners MC series. He is not perfect and made mistakes, but he’s human and not all the mistakes can be blamed on him. He truly loves Keira, Cyan and his brothers in the New Jersey chapter of the Satan’s Sinners. He’s a man that has a lot of baggage from his past and was betrayed by the people that should have protected and cared for him.

Keira is a girl from the right side of the tracks and not someone that you would normally see with a biker. She has her own kind of baggage being raised as a preacher’s daughter. Not all families have the perfect life that they show the world. She needs to open her heart and her mind and listen and talk to Storm.

I really liked Storm’s story. He shows his vulnerabilities when it comes to Keira and Cyan. They have a lot to overcome if they want to be a family again. Cyan has a lot of scars of her own and if her parents can work out their problems, it just might help Cyan heal and move on from her ordeal. I loved the story and the characters in Storm, and I look forward to more books in the Satan’s Sinners books. I give this story a 5-star review. I didn’t feel that Storm needed redemption in my eyes, he just needed to open up and tell Keira the whole truth, and she needed to listen, but I feel that his story gave him the redemption that some readers felt he needed. He is my favorite character, flaws, and all. He proved his worth as the new president of the Coshocton, Ohio chapter. He’s fair, stern, and willing to give the guys a chance to prove their loyalty. He will take out the trash if needed.

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