Sunday, July 2, 2017


He’s after the woman who helped put him behind bars. She’s been in hiding for three years raising the son he doesn’t know about.

Holding a grudge has never felt so good.

Shattered King is an intense, ultra-sexy standalone novel set in the world of the Lawless Kings. Sherilee Gray’s raw, hard, beautiful, deeply-emotional voice will leave you breathless long after the last page.
“Shattered King is a sexy, beautiful second chance love story... a truly enjoyable read.” - Sawyer Bennett, New York Times bestselling author
"Raw, gritty, and full of supercharged sexual tension...SHATTERED KING will break you into pieces right before it stitches you back together again." -Diana Gardin, author of SWORN TO PROTECT, Rescue OP's Series

I like books where there is some tension between the main characters.  Not all the time, as they can get heavy, but they can be fun.

I loved the beginning of this book, and there are some great angry hurt (and angry sex) scenes and you definitely start to feel how Lulu and Hunter felt about one another, and how much splitting up left an emotional scar for both of them.

The end of the book is also interesting, and strong.  I wanted a little more from the reveal of the child being his, and I thought the whole step-father thing was a little unnecessary.  I also thought, for someone who held enough of a grudge to kidnap Lulu and chain her in the bathroom of a cabin, that he reacted a little unemotionally to the revelation that she had a child. 

I thought the middle of the book was a little unbalanced with the rest of the story, and there was a lot of time spent on the build up of their physical attraction.  Don't get me wrong, they are on point in that area, and the sex was scorching...but as this is a second chance romance in which Lulu was not only responsible for Hunter going to jail, but also has his child and didn't tell him, I wanted more intensity.

The parts of this book that worked, worked very well.  For me, there were just some parts of this that didn't work as well and messed up a little bit of the balance of the book.  Not enough for me to be unable to recommend the book, but enough for me to say that there were places that I wanted a little more than I got from this.

I recommend this book overall.

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