Sunday, April 20, 2014

Finding Serenity (Seeking Serenity #2) by Eden Butler

Finding Serenity
What happens when a MC President's daughter meets a Ex-marine?

Sparks, awesome sparks.

“What are you waiting for, Semper Fi?” A small, teasing peck and she nibbles on his lip. 
“Fucking touch me already.”
“Ma’am, yes ma’am.”

Mollie Malone is the daughter of the President of the Ministry of Malice MC. Her dad was taken to prison when she was a young girl and she was forced to live with her mother who didn't care about her. The only benefit of living in Cavanagh was that she met her best friends there and they have become like sisters.

As an adult Mollie is a DJ and when she meets ex-marine Vaughn Winchester she let's him know she is very interested in him. Unluckily for Mollie he runs hot and cold. Sometimes she thinks he is into her and sometimes he just seems cold. But, once her life is in danger, Vaughn seems to be a constant fixture in her life.

“Tell Malone his package has arrived.”

Vaughn is a loyal guy and he will do whatever he can to keep Mollie safe. He has secrets which tortured him and made it hard for him to fall for Mollie but he can't resist her either.

“You smell so damn good.”
A wicked glint flicks in her eyes and she pulls him forward, feet on his shoulders. “I taste even better.”

I liked Finding Serenity. My favorite books are when the heroine is independent and smart. Mollie knows how to take care of herself and she is extremely loyal to her dad despite knowing that he has done bad things in the past.  She has great friends that were there for her when she needed them.

Vaughn was great for the most part.  I had some issues with him second guessing himself and always following what his sister said.

In regards of the rest of the bunch, it was nice to see Autumn and Declan going strong and I can't wait for Donovan and Layla's story.
I wish Eden would write more about Mollie's dad. He deserves some happiness, especially since he was married to a witch.

“You’ve never met Mr. Nicky ‘Mojo’ Malone.

The cop Neil Ryan was also an interesting character that I hope to see again.

“You know you can call me Neil. Here you go,” Ryan says, giving Mollie a business card. He leans against the door jamb and that flirty, sweet smile returns. “My, ah, home number is on there, if you ever need to talk. You take care of yourself, Mollie and remember, my shifts ends at six. Anytime you want that drink, you let me know.”

I'm definitely reading the next one. 

“You don’t know what you’re asking for. I’m broken, Mollie. I’m a fucking failure.”
“Well then, Semper Fi, you’re my broken failure.”

4/5 Fangs

A complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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