Book Review: Redemption ( Skulls Renegade #2), Elizabeth Knox

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By: Elizabeth Knox

Length: 366 Pages

Published: September 30th 2017

Rating: five-stars

Synopsis:

Daisy
The Skulls are my family, or as close to family as I can get being hundreds of miles away. I never quite fit in, but here I sure as hell always have. The one thing that has never really gone my way is the same thing that many women struggle with – love.
I fell for Kyle, Reed’s brother, the previous Prez of the Skulls Renegade MC, and ended up paying for all of his mistakes. I felt loss like no other, and slowly built myself back up into the woman I once was. Hell, I even took a second chance on love and his name sure as hell isn’t Kyle.

Seamus
If Kyle thinks he can hurt her again, he’s got another thing coming. I’ll kill him before I let Daisy go through it all again.
I thought everything between her and I was solid, until Kyle decided to show up out of the blue. No one knows about Dais’ and I, and we’ve kept it that way on purpose…but now I want it known more than anything. I want this asshole to know he can’t have what belongs to me. But does she belong to me? I thought I knew the answer, but now I can’t help but question everything we have.

Review:

I didn’t think things could get much better. I didn’t think I would enjoy anyone’s story as much I enjoyed Reed’s  and Elena from book 1 Reign. But I have. Daisy Story is so compelling, heartbreaking and heartwarming.

Moving on from Kyle to our Mystery man. I can’t ruin it for you so that’s the only way I can refer to him. Is just an overwhelming amount of emotion all bundled up in this super quick read that you won’t be able to put down.

While the main plot follows Daisy and said mystery man we are still given updates on our first beloved couple. What I thought would happen was a new story line following the club would just emerge out of thin air (  thankfully this did not) Knox kept the flow going picking up right were we left off just at different point of views. While normally this would annoy the heck out me. I found that Knox was able to pull it off by not over doing in the POV and just sticking to the newest pair.

What I wanted I got. And I was 100% satisfied with this intensely moving MC read.

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