Title: Severed Justice
Series: Severed MC # 3
Authors: K.T Fisher and Ava Manello
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch Kay
Satan may be gone but the danger isn’t.
With revenge on the cards from more than one player and hot blooded new comer Justice stirring things up, the people in the town of Severed are in for one hell of a ride.
Warning: This is not a standalone book. This is part of a series and has to be read in order.
This was an emotional roller coaster for me. It’s Justice’s book. We met him in this last book when he joined Severed MC. The Prez is his uncle and Justice was part of another chapter but moved to be near his uncle. He’s a charmer, gorgeous and built. He has an easy going facade but don’t be fooled, he can kick ass when it’s necessary. The story opens in a rather gruesome yet deserving way but I won’t spoil it for you. You get to see just how dark Justice is. Justice has a girlfriend kind of, Danni. Justice won’t put a name to their relationship. Danni was his sister’s best friend and they have been sleeping together for years. Justice enjoys their time together, thinks Danni is great and loves her submissiveness in the bedroom.
We also get a better look at Emma, who we met in the last book. She now works at Ink’s tattoo shop as the receptionist much to Elle’s displeasure. Emma is really a nice girl who got a bad rep. She meets Justice and is definitely attracted to him. He returns the sentiment whole heartedly. Cowboy is still suffering from the events of the last book. He still does his job but he just isn’t himself. We also meet Rachel… holy crap, she a nut job. That’s all I’m saying about her though. Navigating your way through the murky waters on these pages is totally enthralling.
There were moments of extreme carnage, extreme shock and moments I was scared to death. To say I was blown away with the ending of this book is putting it mildly. Justice wasn’t my favorite in the beginning, he did something over the limit prickish, but I grew to like him. Besides the ending, my favorite part was finding out that the direction of the love story didn’t end up where I thought it would. It was fitting and in my opinion, the way it should’ve been. Sometimes you do take for granted the person you shouldn’t. Then you have to live with the consequences of your actions. If I had to complain, it would be because the heat level was a little less than the previous books. I am bouncing in my seat with excitement for the next book.
Book given in exchange for an honest review by the authors.