Illicit (Sin City Outlaws, #4) by M.N. Forgy
I’m an animal, a member of the Sin City Outlaws motorcycle club that isn't capable of human compassion. So I’ve been told anyway.
Raven is my club’s prisoner. I’ve been ordered to break her. It should be easy given my violent history. But being this close to a woman—this woman—for the first time in a long time, is like sharing company with the demon Lilith herself.
She’s my perfect toy. Filled with a dark rage. Blessed with perfected beauty. Sinfully sweet and wickedly divine. Everything about her solicits the demons inside me
I want to hear her screams. I want those big, dark eyes looking up at me—silently begging me for mercy. I want to be her heaven…and her hell.
My desire for her is forbidden. My infatuation is illicit. I’m betraying my club.
And if the wage of my sin is death, then this woman is going to get me killed.
I felt like I was in that bunker cell with Machete and Raven. It was so dark and violent and then all of a sudden it wasn't. Story of my life. This story was so well laid out and told, I still feel like I'm living in a dark bunker held captive.
This series just keeps getting darker and darker. This one was deliciously disturbing. Who in their right mind would fall in love with Machete? Who in their right mind would fall in love with Raven?
He broke her. He broke her. He broke her. Who better to break her than Machete? Or better yet, who better to break him than Raven?