Repo (The Henchmen MC, #4) by Jessica Gadziala

Tuesday, June 21
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


In concept, the plan was simple: prospect at The Henchmen MC. In practice, however, it was anything but. One, because I was a woman. Two, because it was a brotherhood. And three, because Repo, the man who was in charge of making my life a living hell until I quit or screwed up enough to get thrown out, also happened to be the hottest guy I had come across in ages.

The problem was, if I didn't get in and stay in despite the hazing from the members and the undeniable attraction building between me and Repo, there was a very good chance I would be found by them. And if I was found by them, well, I was dead.


How the hell was I supposed to get her out of the MC when, one, I didn't agree with the fact that because she was a woman, she had no place in The Henchmen. Two, because she was strong, smart, capable, and determined to get a patch. And three, because, well, I wanted her.

The problem was, if I didn't get her kicked out, I would be screwing up a job that was important to the prez. But the problem was also that if I kicked her out, there was no way I was going to get a shot with her.

I didn't know, however, that the real problem was a lot more complicated and a lot more dangerous than disappointing my boss or not getting laid... the problem was Maze had demons and they were hot on her trail...


Oh, sweet baby Jesus. I am hooked on these Henchmen people and now I see I'm on the last book! For shame, Jessica Gadziala, for shame.

What I loved:
- Every-damn-thing. Cash (The Henchmen MC, #2) by Jessica Gadziala, Wolf (The Henchmen MC, #3) by Jessica Gadziala, and Reign (The Henchmen MC, #1) by Jessica Gadziala all got 5 glorious stars, and Repo, who was my least favourite member of the Henchmen MC, totally stole the show. The heat, the plot, the romance, the character building - all of it stole my heart.
- Special mention for Maze. She kicked ass in every way.

What I didn’t love:
- At this point it would be sacrilege to not love something about this series. I don't care if there were spelling or grammar issues - your brain fixes those as you read. It didn't bother me in the slightest. I'd rather read this story translated in 5 year old's grammar than miss out on anything that happens in this series.

Just. Sigh.


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