Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Fearless (Dartmoor, #1)

Fearless (Darmoor, #1)
By Lauren Gilley

Ava Teague left for college with a busted heart and a deeply ingrained love for her biker family. She returns home to Knoxville for grad school, just in time for her father to accept the burden of president…and for Mercy Lécuyer to roll back into town, looking to patch into the Tennessee chapter once more. She’ll steer clear of him, she tells herself. She has a new life, a new boyfriend, and a new outlook. But she can’t shake her DNA. And maybe she doesn’t want to. 

Felix Lécuyer left the swamps of Louisiana for a life as an outlaw biker named Mercy, but it was his family, and the retribution he dealt because of it, that made him famous within the club. Fourteen years ago he fled New Orleans for Knoxville, to become an extractor and bodyguard within the mother chapter, guarding Ghost Teague’s family, becoming a constant companion to little Ava. When she was seventeen, he finally crossed the line. Now she’s twenty-two, and he’s back in town as an old nemesis rears its ugly head, and puts the entire club in danger. The fate of the club is uncertain, but Mercy has no doubts about his heart; it still belongs to Ava. 

Ten stars!!! Why isn't there a rating of TEN STARS!!!! 

FREAKING A, this was a GREAT book! I LOVED IT! Wow I am in total awe of this book and I am almost crying because it is over. I am in total love with Mercy! And have a total girl crush on Ava! 

This book had it all: murder, evil bad guys, jealousy, revenge, love, sexiness, alpha males, alpha females, plot twists, blood, guts, more love, father/daughter issues, mother/daughter issues, spies, police, corruption, more love, motorcycles, forgiveness and acceptance. This was KICK ASS!!!

I loved it all! I really did not have any gripes with any of what went down. The characters were beautifully complicated, but you understood where they were coming from and what drove their choices and actions. Yes the lines of right and wrong were crossed and recrossed and the age old saying of looks can be deceiving holds truer then ever. Again it is what is on the inside that counts...your heart! 

As you can see I LOVED this book I am on to the next installment and the next. This also cleared up my view on the spin off I read before this. I recommend this first before Snow in Texas. 

READ this book and I hope you LOVE it as much as I did!

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