Gash

Sam Crescent
Gash
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
March 2016
Series
Book 13 of The Skulls
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, MC Romance

SUMMARY
Seven years ago, Gash was sent to prison on false rape and murder charges. He put the club first, but now it's time for him to get his revenge. There's one woman from his past who may have all the answers: Charlotte. But is she also to blame for his imprisonment?

From the first moment Charlotte saw Gash, she fell in love with him. He was a hardened biker, but she saw something inside him that touched her heart. Now time has damaged both of them, and neither is the same. As they dig deeper into the past, Gash realizes Charlotte is not guilty and was hurt, too, by his enemies. Revenge matters even more now, for her sake, and now that Charlotte is in his life, he's not going to let her go.

When their enemy's identity is revealed, will Gash risk Charlotte's life, or will he let Master go to protect the woman he loves?

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Jul 03, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
63 people found the following review helpful
If there is one thing I have learned about author Sam Crescent, it is to never read out of sequence. GASH, the 13th installment in The Skulls series, only serves to remind me of that fact.

To fully appreciate this series, my recommendation is to wait for the entire series and then read it one book after another. Because the characters appear throughout the series, reading in sequence makes a lot of sense.

Since I have not read more than just a handful in this series, I don't have a clear idea about the MC's back story. What I do know is that it is definitely a story to read. All of the ingredients for a sizzling hot MC saga are included.

This installment focuses on Gash and Charlotte Bilson. They have joined forces to flush out a shared enemy. Their chemistry together is explosive, but issues need to be resolved before anything can happen. That process requires dealing with old secrets.

My advice would be to go back to the beginning of the series for full enjoyment, but GASH provides an interesting addition to the mix.
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