Also by this author: Reign (Sin City Outlaws, #1)
Illicit (Sin City Outlaws, #4) by M.N. Forgy
Published by Indie on July 28, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Dark, MC, Romance
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I’m an animal, a member of the Sin City Outlaws motorcycle club that isn't capable of human compassion. So I’ve been told anyway.
Raven is my club’s prisoner. I’ve been ordered to break her. It should be easy given my violent history. But being this close to a woman—this woman—for the first time in a long time, is like sharing company with the demon Lilith herself.
She’s my perfect toy. Filled with a dark rage. Blessed with perfected beauty. Sinfully sweet and wickedly divine. Everything about her solicits the demons inside me
I want to hear her screams. I want those big, dark eyes looking up at me—silently begging me for mercy. I want to be her heaven…and her hell.
My desire for her is forbidden. My infatuation is illicit. I’m betraying my club.
And if the wage of my sin is death, then this woman is going to get me killed.
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“She’s the kind of crazy you could get addicted to quickly.”
I’m just going to start with saying that this is by far my favorite book in the Sin City Outlaws. I’ve been following this series from the start and I’ve been putting in my reviews that I was looking for a bit more grit and Forgy freaking delivered with this one.
Illicit is dark and gritty with two broken souls fighting to seek the freedom they so desperately need. Most of the time it’s ugly but every once and a while beauty strikes from within.
Raven and Machete are both so broken in different ways yet they are equally strong. You can tell from the start that they are perfect for each other. Even Machete’s brothers could see that. Despite the fact that Raven is their enemy and Machete is the one that has to torture her for club business.
It’s been a while since I’ve liked the heroine as much as the hero. There’s something about the two of them that just sucked me in and had me latching on for dear life. I was connected to them. I felt invested in their story.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. If you are looking for a gritty MC book with broken souls, redemption, and crazy kind of love, this is the book for you. It can be read as a standalone.
“Kill me?” she whispers, her fingertips caressing my cheek. I want to push my body onto her, and feel her warmth against my skin one more time before I take her life and her body cools. I’m going to enjoy her. She’s dark and twisted.
I smile and bend down to get closer to her. Running my hand through her soft black hair I pet her, brushing her loose hairs away from her face. Fuck, I’m excited to play with her, hear her scream and watch her fear me. To quickly kill someone as pretty and smart as her would be a goddamn waste. Like breaking a toy before you got a chance to play with it, this needs to be done slowly.
“Oh no sweetheart, the fun is just about to start,” I threaten in a low whisper.
Something dark passes over her face, but she doesn’t break eye contact. It’s almost as if she sobers completely.
Suddenly a foot strikes me in the chest and I sail into the side of the van.