Let's start off by saying this is a first time author for us an we really enjoyed our first read by them.The story was pretty much action packed from beginning to end.
The story had a great cast of MC character's that were loving,kind,protective,loved ribbing and teasing each other but, no doubt we saw the love they had between them as it was all there for those to see.These men were down right dangerous too "so", the perfect mix.
We loved Angel the man went from nailing everything he could to pretty much love at first sight but, he set his sights on one women riddled with a ton of complications.We loved how protective,kind,loving and caring he was toward Mercy from the moment he met her.
Mercy was a women who lived a life of slavery and pain and brutality and yet remained a women who was caring and loving and one who had a sense of humor and one who would give her life just to protective the ones she loved a cared about.Mercy was special because not only did she have Angel wrapped around her little finger she had a entire MC club that came to love her in no time at all.
"Our relationship had been built on danger, survival,death, and . . . limitless hope."
Overall the story had action and suspense from onset to the very end but, it was also one filled with emotion.I enjoyed the story and we are looking forward to the next in this series.
Ethiopian Ermias Ghermay is thought to have made a fortune from the evil migrant trafficking trade and is wanted for the deaths of hundreds of migrants.
This book is about it.
Insightful and clarifying the facts, it is only 35 pages long in print.
But it doesn't need to be longer.
It says all that needs to be said to wake you up and bring the cruel realities about human trafficking into your daily world.
"Lots of people are fish food now, but no one ever says anything about that."
"We've globalised capital, but not labour."
"Few factors shape a child's life as the one that she can do nothing about - the flag under which she was born."
Maybe there is something we can do about it. Read the book. Think about it.
We are all humans. The Flag under which we are born should not define our destiny.