- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2014
- Book 5 of Chaos Bleeds
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
It's the festive season, and the Chaos Bleeds MC is spending it at the clubhouse, where the women are making it sickly sweet. Death has tried to keep his distance from the redhead, Brianna. He knows there's something different about her, but unlike his brothers before him, he refuses to fall for the woman who plagues his thoughts.
Brianna was sold as a sex slave by her uncle, but then in the midst of the fallout from Gonzalez, Devil and his crew saved her. Out of all of the Chaos Bleeds men, Death intrigues her the most. She knows she should keep her distance, but when Devil gives her an ultimatum—to become a club whore, an old lady, or leave—she doesn't have much choice.
Death offers his protection. He wants her, but no other brother can have her. She never expects feelings to enter the equation. Keeping Death out of her heart is a lot harder than she anticipated.
Can Death bring himself to love a woman with a murky past, or will he pass her on when he grows bored?
Be Warned: anal sex
Aug 03, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
146 people found the following review helpful
I have learned that Sam Crescent's stories are best enjoyed if read in sequence, and the Chaos Bleeds Series is no exception.
As DEATH'S DIRTY DEMANDS unfolds, there is mention of nine members of the MC on the first page, which signals that a character guide would have been helpful.
At center stage is Brianna, a 20-year-old who has had her share of rough times. All she wants from the MC is to be left alone to cook and clean. However, since the club really doesn't have a need for a cleaning lady, the only way she gets to stay is to make a choice.
With a deadline in place, Death turns his sights on Brianna. It's clear there is a mutual attraction, but Brianna is not used to being given a choice.
Undoubtedly, there is plenty of heat since this is, after all, an MC story. The intensity level is incredibly high. With that said, though, it would have been a much more enjoyable read if I had had a better grasp on the storyline. Coming into the middle of a series may work with some authors, but not this one.
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