- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- June 2016
- Book 8 of Chaos Bleeds
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, MC Romance
Chaos Bleeds, 8
"I want to play a game."
Master has plagued The Skulls and Chaos Bleeds for a long time. He has sent Gash to Prison, taken Paris, raped and murdered innocent men and women.
Now after a mass shootout ordered by Master injures many and even kills a couple of their people, Lash is done waiting. With Whizz's help, he is determined to finish this.
Even as Master's attacks cause their world to turn upside down, Stink wants Sandy. He has always been in love with her. From the first moment he saw her, he knew she'd be the woman he married. Now with the latest attack putting them all at risk, there's no way he's going to let her go, despite how she has fought her feelings for him. Sandy can't bear to lose Stink, either. Even with their world falling apart, Sandy wants him.
Spider is haunted. The woman he loves is being hurt while he sits around, too injured to do anything. Paris was taken, and he can't find her. He wants to fight, to get her back. Master has to die. Paris needs to be saved. The clubs need to win.
But can they—and what will be lost in the process of protecting them all?
**This is a The Skulls and Chaos Bleeds crossover novel**
Be Warned: anal sex
Oct 31, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
87 people found the following review helpful
In this installment featuring the Chaos Bleeds, it is utter destruction in the aftermath. With members dead and injured, the MC is forced to regroup.
Sam Crescent delivers a pulse-pounding eighth installment of the series in MASTER.
My preference would be to package this story together and read it from start to finish. Readers who have missed the other installments will not have a good foundation, so this story must be read in sequence.
This series is not for the faint at heart. It features a significant amount of violence which makes sense since this is an MC story. Readers may also find there are some triggers involved with the trauma that Paris experiences.
Read as a series, this is an incredible story. As a standalone, it can be overwhelming.
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