Monday, February 22, 2016

review || CORRUPTED { blog tour } by Alexis Noelle

Publisher | February 22, 2016 | MC Romance
Deathstalkers MC, book 1


I’m being hunted. 

Prey left defenseless. 

I need to hide.

They can’t find me.

They’ll kill me if they do.

When Lucy decided to run nowhere to go. They were coming for her. She needed protection, but she had no one to help her. Until she came across the warehouse of the Deathstalkers MC, she begged them for protection. Now she owes them her life and her loyalty. Her family will never end their search for her, she is a piece of property that needs to be recovered at any cost necessary. Sometimes there are worse things than needing to hide for the rest of your life, like being found. 

Sometimes the obvious evils aren’t the ones you need to fear.

{ about alexis noelle } .

Alexis Noelle lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her husband, and three kids. On top a writing career, she is a full-time student and a full-time mom. She loves spending time with her kids, although she has to hide the computer from them when she is writing! She love being active and being outdoors, especially if it involves any kind of shopping.

She has always been passionate about writing. She loves to read romance books and feels like being able to lose yourself in a book is one of the more exciting aspects. The books she loves to read and write will be ones that make you feel for the characters. Ashley believes that you should have an opinion on every character in a book whether you love them, hate them, or think they are up to something.

She also believes that the most important critic is your reader, so she loves to hear from the readers. She want her fans to be open & talk to her about what they want for the characters in the story, and what they would like to see happen.

{ review } .

Talk about a book that literally gripped me from the very beginning.

Be warned -- the prologue? I was, no joke, nauseous reading it. It was sick, disgusting, and disturbing... And the sad part?

It happens.

When Lucy runs, she knows she has to run far. Hiding in the unlocked abandoned warehouse is her saving grace. Jordan, eighteen year old prospect for the Deathstalkers, accidentally left the warehouse unlocked and when he and Twisted find the girl, it's with Jordan's insistence that they bring her into the club. Because Jordan left the place unlocked, his punishment is to be Lucy's keeper while they keep her safe and hidden from the monsters she calls family. At first, Jordan is justifiably upset -- he will now be a prospect for almost four years. But slowly, Lucy grows on him and he finds himself drawn to the young girl.

No worries, he keeps his hands to himself until she's eighteen.

Well, just about eighteen.

Lucy and Jordan's story was great. We cover her first few years at the clubhouse and we see her fears of being found, as well as her questionable feelings toward Jordan. She was raised to not give warrant to feelings of butterflies and want, but she can't help but feel them. We watch as Jordan is teased mercilessly about his feelings toward young Lucy. Through it all, though, he's always been her protector.

Just when you think everything is safe, the drama of her life starts up again -- and the evils aren't just the ones outside the clubhouse. I absolutely loved every moment of Lucy and Jordan's story. We cover many years, and many obstacles. The chemistry was evident from the beginning and only got hotter as they both grew up. This is me being selfish, but I wish we had more of their story. It's selfish of me because the story covers a lot and I honestly wasn't left feeling like we missed anything -- I just don't want to let these two go!

However, next up is Twisted's book. That man... watching as he went from the gruff man who wanted nothing to do with the scared girl, to being damn-near her best friend... I loved him to freaking pieces. With how close they were, I hope that we still get to see more of Lucy and Jordan in the next book. I also hope to someday see Tracie find a true place in the 'family'...


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