Devil’s Charm by Sam Crescent

Devil’s Charm by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (116 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play, Spanking
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

No one screws with the Chaos Bleeds crew!

Devil is on the hunt for the whore who stole his kid. She may have given birth to his child, but she’ll never be the baby’s mother.

When her sister, Kayla, knocks on her apartment door with a baby, Lexie has no choice to take him in. She loves the boy instantly, and there is no way she’ll give him up. When she loses her job, Lexie has no choice but to work in a strip club to help support the baby she’s been given.

Devil wants Lexie the moment he sees her dancing. He doesn’t know at first that she’s the sister of the girl he’s been looking for, but when he does, everything falls into place. He’ll have his son and Lexie both all for his own, but when Kayla comes back to town, all bets are off.

There is nothing Lexie can do to save her sister. She’s in love with Devil, and she knows he will do everything in his power to keep his family safe, no matter what she asks of him.

Devil’s Charm was a good start to the Chaos Bleeds series. The new series is a spin off from the Skulls series. It seems very promising, as I enjoyed Devil’s Charm very much.

Devil is the president of the Chaos Bleeds MC. He has been searching the country for his son. He finally gets a lead on his kid, but not before a pretty stripper catches his lusty eye. Imagine Devil’s surprise when he makes the connection and realizes that the stripper is the very woman he’s looking for. Well, he rushes right in to claim his kid and the woman he wants more than anything. Lexi bonded with her baby nephew after her no good sister dumped him with her and fled. She took care of him no matter what it took, even stripping in a club. She never dreamed that the one man who could turn her on would be the boy’s father.

If you’ve been following the Skulls series, then you’re already familiar with Devil and his crew. Crescent cleverly gave us a different side of Devil in this book. Oh, don’t get me wrong. He is all Alpha Male. Sometimes I didn’t like him very much when he was busy being a jerk to Lexi. Then he would do something sweet and I would just melt. My favorite part of this book were the hot sex scenes. I’m sure readers that are familiar with Crescent’s writing will agree with me when I say that she can write some steamy love scenes. The author gives us a little bit of everything in this book, including some anal play.

I loved the main characters in the book, and found myself intrigued by the other members of Devil’s crew as well. It looks like Ripper may be up next, and I can’t wait for that one. So I’ve said that I liked the book, but there were some mixed feelings about it too. Let me just say that I love the stories that Crescent creates, however, blatant grammar mistakes are something that I’ve come to expect in her books. These are things that a good editor or even a beta reader could easily solve. It bothers me when I have to read something twice to understand, and still have to correct the words in my mind. I still loved the book, and will continue reading this series.

I think readers who enjoy reading books that are set in the MC world will probably like Devil’s Charm. I certainly enjoyed it.

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