⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Peppermint’s Twist: Devil’s Handmaidens MC – Atlantic City, Book 2 by Andi Rhodes

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

A strong woman that can take care of herself and a man that wants to take care of the woman he loves but has never met in person. When they finally do meet, both of their world’s crash, and their pasts come back to haunt them.

Peppermint is the VP of the Atlantic City chapter of the Devil’s Handmaidens MC. She’s strong, lethal, and was broken but has been put back together by her sisters and their love and caring of each other. When she comes face to face with a man from her past, her whole world goes to pieces, but she finds that he might be the one to put her back together again.

Nico is man without a family. He refused to partake in his family’s business and cruelty when he was a young boy and suffered dearly for it along with getting the chance to get away from that dark life. However, now he’s back and wants to rid the world of his twin and the dark, twisted life he brings to Nico and Atlantic City. When he finally meets Peppermint in person, he has no idea she’s someone he’s met before, but when he whispers in her ear, everything comes crashing down on both of them.

I love the Devil’s Handmaiden MC books, it’s great to read an all-female MC series and these women are just as deadly and strong as their counter parts in the RBMC. They all carry their own secrets and pain, but when they work to take down the dregs of darkness in sex trafficking, they are lethal and not someone you want to cross. I loved Peppermint’s story. It’s heartbreaking, action packed, and hard to put down. I couldn’t stop reading it and stayed up way too late to finish the book, but well worth it. I give this book a 5-star review and I can’t wait for Mama’s book.

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