By: Elizabeth Knox
Published: January 1st 2018
Length: 412 Pages
Every single person at Skulls Renegade MC knows me as Jenna; Jenna Lawrence to be exact.
They think I’m some club whore because I’ve led them to believe that’s all I am. I’ve done a damn good job at being that girl. Here’s the thing, I’m not who they think I am.
My real name is Tegan Hill.
I’ve been here at Skulls Renegade’s Gainesville Chapter for nine long years, waiting for my golden opportunity that may never come. Skulls Renegade MC is responsible for my father’s death, or if I’m more specific, his killer Will Michaels is, Reed & Kyle’s father.
I’ve watched every single thing happen in this club. I’ve seen Reed and Elena get married. I’m watching everyone around me starting to have their own happily-ever-afters. Only, I don’t get one. I won’t ever be able to, until I avenge my father.
I’ve devoted 9 years, 3168 days, and 76,032 hours to my cause. He’s bound to show up sometime and when he does I’ll finally get justice for what happened to me and my father.
I’ve expected a lot of things, but what I never expected, was to fall in love with a Skulls Renegade MC member.
Which will conquer? My love, or my hate?
Dark, Secretive and Intense. Those are the three words I would best describe Revenge. Of course with a title like that one should know this wouldn’t just be a love story in the making.
Was this a hard read? Yes and no. There are many moments where I had to put the kindle down, but I didn’t leave it down very long because I had to know. I had to know if justice was served.
In Revenge we are brought to meet Jenna and Dimitri. While the characters are enjoyable they have one downfall for me. They are essentially the same character just opposite sex. But no matter how much of the same they are they (ok Jenna) continued to but heads and it happened frequently.
As I neared 90% of the book (more like 95%, there was a lot of extras, previews tacked on) I was worried that the story wouldn’t meet its end.
And well, the end it had come quick and swiftly. The answer, the end, was justice served well I wasn’t to pleased with the results.
With that said, I plan on moving forward with the series, because Knox tacked on a cliffhanger and I’m not really sure how it’s going to tie in with the club drama.