“I want to play a game.”
Master has plagued The Skulls and Chaos Bleeds for a long time. He has sent Gash to Prison, taken Paris, raped and murdered innocent men and women.
Now after a mass shootout ordered by Master injures many and even kills a couple of their people, Lash is done waiting. With Whizz’s help, he is determined to finish this.
Even as Master’s attacks cause their world to turn upside down, Stink wants Sandy. He has always been in love with her. From the first moment he saw her, he knew she’d be the woman he married. Now with the latest attack putting them all at risk, there’s no way he’s going to let her go, despite how she has fought her feelings for him. Sandy can’t bear to lose Stink, either. Even with their world falling apart, Sandy wants him.
Spider is haunted. The woman he loves is being hurt while he sits around, too injured to do anything. Paris was taken, and he can’t find her. He wants to fight, to get her back. Master has to die. Paris needs to be saved. The clubs need to win.
But can they—and what will be lost in the process of protecting them all?
This book was definitely the most intense Sam Crescent read as of yet. I loved every minute of it from beginning to end.
This was a crossover book that includes both The Skulls and Chaos Bleeds MC, and it has been a long time coming for readers who’ve been following either series. I loved the way that Sam Crescent wrote this sweet little gem to feature several different characters and to show how they overcame the terrible aftermath of The Master’s devestating attack on the two clubs. So many people were hurt, even killed, and some of our favorite couples were in crisis afterwards. The attack made them angry. Family made them strong. The Master only hastened his own downfall.
This book is special for those who’ve followed either of these series. There were so many high points and intricate twists to keep the reader interested. It is emotional and beautifully written. It’s also has the scorching hotness level of any Sam Crescent book. Master is not to be missed and even includes some intriguing possibilities for the future. I loved it and happily recommend this book.