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Monday, September 9

Review: Out of Darkness by Laramie Briscoe

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Title: Out of Darkness

By: Laramie Briscoe

Series: Heaven Hill #2

My Copy: Ebook from Author

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Ex-News reporter.
Rape survivor.
Former enemy of the Heaven Hill MC.
Meredith Rager’s life completely changed the night she was attacked by an unknown person. Once a vibrant force that threatened everything about Heaven Hill, she is now under their care. The only place she feels safe is inside their compound. When she decides to take back the part of her life that her rapist took away, she discovers secrets that once again could tear the club apart.
Formidable force of nature.
Loved member of the Heaven Hill MC.
Tyler Blackfoot came into the world a John Doe. An orphan from the moment that he took his first breath, the only thing anyone knew was his Native American heritage. For most of his life, he’s been alone – except for the club that has taken him in as their own. When he rescued Meredith, a protective side of his personality came out that he never knew he had. Protecting her means everything – even when he discovers danger might be closer than either of them thought possible.
Together, the two of them are trying to make a life for themselves. Against everything they have, they’re hoping to see the light that will lead them out of darkness.

our thoughtsAs I said in the Meant To Be review this is like sitting down on Tuesday’s for Son of Anarchy. Heaven Hill is a series about a Motorcycle Club, and all of the trials and tribulations that they experience. Written as romance novels each book follows different characters as these big burly alpha men find the women that help make them be all the man they can be. I loved Liam and Denise in book one. This second installment was Meredith and Tyler. Meredith was a large role in book one as the reporter that was threatening to leak information about the club. Naturally, her character was not one of my favorites throughout that book entirely.  This book totally twisted my judgment of her character, and further fulfilled my expectation for the development of Tyler. The obstacles that present in Liam’s story continue with Tyler’s, and the conclusion of this story has twisted this story and left it upside down. I am not sure what is in store for this series, and what character will take lead. Though, after the display of intrigue that I have had through both of these novels I am confident that it will be a story well worth reading.

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