Saint’s Mercy by Cecile Tellier

Saint’s Mercy by Cecile Tellier
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (60 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Lucien Rossi grew up on the streets of Santa Cruz, California. He had little to nothing to call his own, and ran with a rough crowd. He only had two things he cherished in his life, the most important was Luz Ramirez. When he met her he knew she was someone he would die to protect. Years later and now a president of the Saint’s Mercy Motorcycle Club, he’s about to find out that Luz is still a grenade to his best intentions.

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I’d never read a motorcycle club story before this one. I’ve read other books by Cecile Tellier and loved them, so I couldn’t wait to get this one. I’m glad I did. I wasn’t let down. The writing flowed well and I was drawn in from page one.

This story has the “we’ve been friends before and didn’t want to keep this going” trope. That’s okay. Tellier’s take on the trope is fresh. I liked Luz. She knows who she wants, and even if he might not be good for her, she’s willing to start the chase. I liked her strength and resilience. Then there’s Lucien. He’s original, too. He’s a been there, done that kind of guy, but he’s not…a jerk. It’s rather sexy. Oh and speaking of sexy, when they get together…whew. I needed a cold drink after that.

The story is simple, yet complicated and kept me in my seat throughout the read. I skipped lunch to finish the book. Yep, it’s that good.

If you’re interested in a short read that will satisfy and brings the heat, then this might be the book for you.

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