Scratch by Harley Wylde

Scratch by Harley Wylde
Devil’s Boneyard MC Book 2
Publisher: Changeling Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (157 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play/Sex
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Clarity — I’ve been on my own since I was sixteen, and I’ve fought tooth and nail to make a life for myself and the son I never planned to have. Caleb is my entire world, despite the circumstances of his birth. Being homeless a second time certainly hadn’t been in my life plans, so when a gruff yet sexy biker offers a bit of help, how can I possibly say no? Doesn’t hurt that the older man is easy on the eyes, and he’s so good with Caleb. I’d thought I wasn’t able to trust anyone ever again, but looking into his eyes, I know deep down he’d never hurt us. It just never occurred to me that I’d fall completely in love with him.

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A Sweet Story.

The beginning was surprise, but a welcome one. A homeless mom seeks shelter at the doorway of a building owned by a local motorcycle gang. What she did not expect was this huge and intimidating guy to give her and her son a place to say. The relationship that developed between all three of them was definitely something to watch.

Clarity is homeless but above all else she is a mother and her need to keep her son safe and fed makes her take that helping hand from Scratch. Scratch is quite a bit older than her but also understood enough to give her and her son space as well as everything they would need to grow. He was insightful enough to know that there were somethings that would take time to heal.

Clarity’s trust in Scratch did not come immediately. Instead it came gradually. Action speaks louder than words and his actions were loud and clear. Their chemistry rose up each time spend together with each other. There is drama. Thing about it–a woman, child and biker plus romance? There has to be drama and this book delivers. Between the kid, Scratch’s brothers, Clarity’s past and the club, it kept me entertained throughout.

There is a mystery in here that took some time to unravel but the suspense of it made it all so worth it.

The story is of trust and love and family. Recommended.

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