Merritt Broussard grew up knowing she had two choices if she stayed in Lagrange: run with the outlaws or get left in their dust. So she got the hell out, leaving behind a bad-boy biker and scorching memories of their summer fling. Now Merritt’s back, with trouble on her tail, and the sergeant-at-arms of the Devil’s Keepers is the one person she can still trust. But Greeley isn’t the boy she remembers. He’s harder now, more dangerous—and even more alluring.
Joseph “Greeley” Shaw loves two things: his bike and his club. At eighteen, he escaped a rough life, found the Devil’s Keepers on the wrong side of a bad weekend, and never looked back. Greeley swore to live and die by their code: Devil’s Keepers first, Devil’s Keepers forever. No one comes between him and his brothers—except for the tantalizing woman who touched his soul. Greeley’s the kind of man who honors his commitments . . . and Merritt is one promise he’s determined to keep.
Overall, I thought Devil’s Honor was a good book. It was a quick, easy read and a great second chance romance. Merritt pulled me in right away and had me wanting to know more about her and Greeley’s story. Greeley and Merritt made for one interesting couple. They really were opposites, but they made up for their differences in some scorching hot chemistry. Their chemistry was undeniable and I loved how Merritt brought out the alpha in Greeley.
For the most part, I really enjoyed this book. I thought that the plot was entertaining and I loved how sweet Greeley was with Merritt. However, I did have a couple of issues with this story. I had a few problems with the flow of the story. It wasn’t always on track. It felt like there certain moments where the story skipped ahead or a part was left out. And those moments left me feeling confused, and I would have to try to figure out what was missing. Also, Merritt did drive me a little nuts with her back and forth with Greeley. He honestly was a great guy, so unlike most of the bikers you read in other stories, and I just wanted to shake Merritt for the way she acted sometimes.
Even though I had some issues with this story, I have to say, the overall bones of it were good and despite the problems I had, I couldn’t stop reading. I had to know how things would turn out for our two main characters. Overall, I think this series has a ton of great potential. I think if the kinks are worked out, this will make for a really exciting biker series.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*