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review SPOILER ALERT! 2015-12-14 15:37
Possess (anthology): Saint by Lana Grayson
Possess - An Alpha Romance Anthology - Jordan Marie,Cleo Peitsche,Rebecca Yarros,Cora Brent,Lana Grayson,Joanna Blake,Winter Renshaw,D.G. Whiskey

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Review and rating (4 stars) ONLY for Lana Grayson’s novella “Saint”. I havent read any other story from this anthology, so the overall rating may change if/when I do!

I’ve become such a fan of Lana Grayson’s Anathema MC series, so it’s no wonder I had to check out this anthology containing a very surprising (at least for me) Anathema MC novella called Saint. I remember him a little from book 1 but didn’t think he’d have a chance of telling his own story. Well, surprising or not, I loved it!

I’d recommend not reading this novella out of order, for you may find some confusing bits of info and spoilers in it. If you start with the Anathema MC novels, from book 1, Warlord, you also get to meet all the characters! To my estimation, this novella falls right after Warlord, when the story of Exiled, book 2, was still not completely realized. Why am I saying this? Well, you just have to read and figure it out for yourself. ;)

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review 2015-11-13 00:00
Knight
Knight - Lana Grayson Knight - Lana Grayson I received this ARC for an honest review.
Lana Grayson is a new author for me so I had no idea what to expect, I'll go back and read the first two when I get a chance.
A really intense read, great story line and engaging characters. You will be pulled into this story hook, line and sinker. Definitely worth reading.
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2015-05-10 14:24
Exiled
Exiled (Anathema Book 2) - Lana Grayson

My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book...

I had picked up Lana Grayson’s Anathema MC series on a whim, not really expecting much. I thought it’d be one of those tiny novella-type quick read with some hot sex scenes and zero plotting. But damn I was so wrong! I have to say that not only this debut series has hot sex, but also it has a tight-knit plot with some seriously damaged and dysfunctional characters who’d leave you intrigued and wanting for more.

The installments of Anathema MC are not your average 30pages novella. Each has 150+pages, with book 2 having almost 300pages. This series revolves around some key members of Anathema MC and their seriously f*cked up lives. The ex-VP of Anathema MC, Blade Darnell, who’s been rotting in prison for the past couple of years, had left a legacy of s*ht on his wake before the law got hold of him. His 2 eldest sons, Brew and Keep (real names Brice and Tristan) are now holding important posts in the MC under the new President, Thorne Radek. They have a rival MC gang, The Temple, who wants to destroy anything and everything in the wake of their supremacy, by which I mean any competitors to their shady business. You get introduced to these MCs in book 1. I found the whole intro confusing at first. It took me a while to get to know them better, the who’s who of it all but it was worth it. When I was finished, I could see the story arc quite clearly and was anticipating the next installment.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2014-12-15 10:42
Warlord
Warlord (Anathema Book 1) - Lana Grayson

My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book...

I’ve been reading a couple of selective MC romances of late. Lana Grayson’s Warlord, book 1 of Anathema, seemed like something I’d like to try, so I gave into the temptation. There were pros and cons in the story, and she being a debut author, I’m not going to vent about those. I’m just going to try and elaborate what I felt.

Warlord is a full-length novel, so there was a complete story in it about a girl who wanted to run from her heritage, and for good reasons. Rose is the only daughter of the ex-president of the Anathema MC, who is now in jail. She’s in her early 20s and hates anything and everything that has to do with Anathema. The identity (or stigma?) of being related to MC member(s) have ruined her life in more ways than one. She has two, much elder, brothers who go by Brew and Keep. I don’t remember their real names since everyone called them by those titles. They’ve always been loyal to their MC heritage, and have this blind adoration for their father, Blade Darnell. Since her father was arrested couple of years ago, Rose has avoided her brothers as much as possible. She, also, never visited her father in jail. But Rose had a dream of becoming a musician, a dream born out of a darkness that is explained much later in the story. But the hints dropped in between led me to believe in the worse. And it was true...

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review 2014-12-04 00:00
Warlord (Anathema Book 1)
Warlord (Anathema Book 1) - Lana Grayson Rose have tried time and time again to distance herself from her family´s association with the MC. Now she´s asking for the help of her brothers. Could they really come through for her this time, or is she asking for the impossible?
What was a simple request for help turns into so much more when the president, Thorne, takes a personal interest in her and the aid she needs.
The thing she´s fought for most of her life, turns into something more when she rises to the occasion.
Biker life, smutty fluff and action in a great combo. A little trigger warning, there´s some abuse in her history.
Can´t wait to read more!
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in a contest *yay*.
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