Cain by Marteeka Karland

Cain by Marteeka Karland
Bones MC 1
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (69 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Dryas

Angel: I’m a teacher. Or rather, I want to be. Fresh out of college, I went on a date with the wrong man and ended up drugged and helpless in a really bad place. The motorcycle club I was taken to was no place for a woman, as I found out the hard way. They thought I was helpless, but I managed to get away — only to stumble onto three kids who need me as a teacher. The problem? They’re with another club. I can’t leave them until I’m convinced they’re safe. Unfortunately, the club president doesn’t like me much. He’s also the hottest man I’ve ever come across and resisting him is not even something I’m going to attempt.

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Cain, the president of the Bones Motorcycle club, has hired a young woman just out of college to teach three children who came to the club requesting safe harbor. The club hires Angel Black, who has her own dark secrets she’s keeping from the club, hoping that once this job is complete, she can disappear.

This is a quick novel with an alpha hero who protects those that he thinks are his. There is an obvious struggle inside him about his feelings for the teacher. As the reader gets to know him, we see the internal fight to either embrace his feelings for Angel or to allow her to leave when the job is done.

Although Angel has had a bad experience with another Motorcycle club, she is desperate to make money to help with her student loans. I enjoyed her courage when she first confronts Cain about the children needing a different teacher as they are extremely smart. She also wanted to make sure that the children were well taken care of, although she knows something has happened in their past.

When she is attacked while leaving their clubhouse, their relationship quickly changes. As we learn, Cain is a stubborn man and when he makes up his mind, nothing can stop him. This is shown when he finds out Angel’s secret. Even though keeping her could cause a war, Cain finally gives into his feelings and makes sure the club knows that she is his woman.

I thought the relationship was too quickly done.  Her past trauma and his earlier reticence about a relationship are too easily overcome.

I did enjoy the ending where her fierceness and his protection earns them their safety from their enemies. I also enjoyed the family atmosphere that developed at the end with the children and Angel’s willingness to wear his patch.  This made up for my hesitation about their ease of falling into a relationship, and made the book enjoyable.

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