Kitty Kitty by Lani Lynn Vale
Series: Souls Chapel Revenants MC #5
Genres: MC Romance, Romantic Suspense
This is the story of a man falling in love with a woman.
A man that was supposed to be a role model, and a woman that was just barely twenty-one.
A man who should’ve known better, and a woman that didn’t know that she was destroying his career word by word, innocent touch by innocent touch, smile by smile, until it had already imploded.
The world collapses around Absinthe ‘Sin’ Solomon, and the only thing he can do is try not to take her down with him.
The moment the inevitable happens, and the gavel bangs signaling that he will spend the next nine years in prison for attempted murder, Sin tries to let go. But Blaise Mackenzie has never, not ever, been one to give up without a fight.
Her military career might be over, but her career as a prison guard is just about to get started.
And her favorite prisoner? A pissed-off older man, a drill sergeant dishonorably discharged from the Army that tells himself daily that the new ‘Kitty Kitty’ female prison guard is not for him.
After following him around for years, watching over him from afar in any way she can, Sin is released early. And the first person that he’s going to see? A stubborn little blonde-headed female that should’ve known better than to trust a man like him.
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I have been waiting so long for this book. There was a mention of something happening with Blaise way back in Johnny’s book, Get You Some, and I just knew it was going to be explosive. I was right too! I also enjoyed Sin when we met him in his brother’s book, Ain’t Doin’ It. He intrigued me and now we get to know more about both of them.
I LOVED this book so much! Blaise is such a Mackenzie and if you have read any of the other books about her family members you know what I mean. She stands string in her beliefs and when a horrible incident occurs during boot camp she comes out of it even stronger. She spends years following Sin in order to protect him the best way she knows how. Of course the fact that she is in love with him doesn’t hurt.
Sin is just like Coke in that he doesn’t hesitate to jump in regardless of the cost to himself when he sees Blaise is in trouble. He feels that going to prison was worth it. Finding her in the same prison as him as a guard sets off ever protective instinct he has. When he has the chance to get out of prison and help clean up sex trafficking he jumps at it. It will get him pout and allow him to deal with the feelings he has for Blaise.
They are simply explosive together and I love how Sin deals with meeting Blaise’s family (and Grandfather’s motorcycle club) as her man. This book kept me on the edge of seat the entire time.
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