Filthy Bastard by Emily Minton and Shelley Springfield

Filthy Bastard by Emily Minton and Shelley Springfield
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (215 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

She’s a poor little rich girl.

With a vindictive mother and an obsessed brother-in-law, all Adyson Sloan wants is a little freedom–for her and her sister. She dreams of having a little room to breathe and making her own choices. But when she’s kidnapped by the Grim Bastards MC, freedom comes at a much higher price. Terrified, but determined to get back to her sister, Addy’s plans are ruined when she falls for a bastard with a chip on his shoulder.

He’s a bastard without a heart.

Sergeant at Arms Brew Decker plays by his own rules. To him, nothing is sacred but the brotherhood. He lives and dies by the club and would do anything for them–even kidnap an innocent woman. After all, she’s merely a pawn in the bigger game. But everything changes when he meets Addy. Suddenly, he’d do anything for his captive.

Can love between a rich girl and a bastard survive without someone losing it all?

Emily Minton and Shelley Springfield continue their fabulous Grim Bastards MC series with book two, Filthy Bastard.

You could tell Brew and Addy had something gong on back in Dirty Bastard, and the first part of their story does coincide with that book. It was also obvious that there was something troubling happening with Addy’s family, but as we learned in this story, Brew had his own family baggage. These two had an instant connection but with so much to overcome at times their problems seemed unsurmmountable.

Filthy Bastard was a raw, gritty and completely enthralling read. Brew and Addy grabbed my attention from beginning to end. I was rooting for them and crying when the sad parts tugged at my heart. This was a sexy story and most importanly it was full of feeling. The one aspect that I disliked and kind of considered cheating was when Brew was turning to the club girls for relief. They weren’t exactly together at that point but in my mind they were already the perfect couple, so I just didn’t think it was right. Still above all, I loved this book and am so looking forward to the next one in the series. This book / series will definitely appeal to anyone who reads biker romance.

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