Machete meets his match in ‘Illicit’ by MN Forgy


Full Blurb

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.

Review

Where to begin with this book…

It’s a cat and mouse game between Raven and Machete as Machete tries to find out where Cross is while trying to keep his unexplained feelings for Raven at bay. Raven is not someone who can be broken and she won’t just give up Cross without a fight. She has a plan and it doesn’t involve falling in love with Machete.

The book does go into the world of BDSM and a little of the slave/master part of it, but the confusing part is you don’t know who is the master and who is the slave. Of course Machete wants to be the master but he falls at Raven’s feet so often it makes you wonder if really Raven is the master here. I love the dynamic of their relationship and wondering who is what at any given time.

There is death in the story (because obviously it’s a MC book) but it doesn’t have as much as the other books did. But the few deaths are gruesome and dark in their own and certainly offset the body count. Especially that death at the end, oh boy was that graphic. So be prepared for that.

The story is gritty, heart wrenching, and beautiful all at the same time. It shows that anybody can find love even when they least expect it in the last place they expect it. We have seen that time and time again in this series and it carries on with Machete.

Rating: B 

EXCERPT

“Kill me?” she whispers, her fingertips caressing my cheek. I want to push my body onto her, and feel her warmth against my skin one more time before I take her life and her body cools. I’m going to enjoy her. She’s dark and twisted.
I smile and bend down to get closer to her. Running my hand through her soft black hair I pet her, brushing her loose hairs away from her face. Fuck, I’m excited to play with her, hear her scream and watch her fear me. To quickly kill someone as pretty and smart as her would be a goddamn waste. Like breaking a toy before you got a chance to play with it, this needs to be done slowly.

“Oh no sweetheart, the fun is just about to start,” I threaten in a low whisper.

Something dark passes over her face, but she doesn’t break eye contact. It’s almost as if she sobers completely.

Suddenly a foot strikes me in the chest and I sail into the side of the van.


Illicit by M.N. Forgy is NOW LIVE!

**Can be read as a standalone**

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M.N. Forgy was raised in Missouri where she still lives with her family. She’s a soccer mom by day and a saucy writer by night. M.N. Forgy started writing at a young age but never took it seriously until years later, as a stay-at-home mom, she opened her laptop and started writing again. As a role model for her children, she felt she couldn’t live with the “what if” anymore and finally took a chance on her character’s story. So, with her glass of wine in hand and a stray Barbie sharing her seat, she continues to create and please her fans.

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