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Stain (King's Harlots, #2)

Stain (King's Harlots, #2)

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by J.M. Walker

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"An unexpected evil brings both the MC and Military world together in this brand new series by J.M. Walker"

He wants to be alone.
Nightmares from his past keep him guarded and afraid.
Vice-One is his life. They’re his brothers—the only people who helped keep him out of his own head long enough to move on from the childhood he never asked for


"An unexpected evil brings both the MC and Military world together in this brand new series by J.M. Walker"

He wants to be alone.
Nightmares from his past keep him guarded and afraid.
Vice-One is his life. They’re his brothers—the only people who helped keep him out of his own head long enough to move on from the childhood he never asked for.

His therapy has been protecting his country, barely taking a break before beginning his next mission. But no amount of training can prepare him for his great challenge yet—convincing Meeka Cline that she will be his.

She wants out.
Her world fell apart when King’s Harlots no longer trusted her, but she continues to fight to gain back their respect.
All she wants is to help those wronged by the evil that has put a shadow on everyone she knows.
Asher Donovan comes to her for help when he needs her most only to have passion flare up between them. One problem: He’s her best friend.

Putting aside their friendship, they use the heat between them to please the depraved minds they now understand…

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J.M. Walker
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King's Harlots , #2
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Stain 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
AFOX0 More than 1 year ago
Intense, raw and anxiety-filled suspense Stain is the second book in the King’s Harlots MC series, and is Meeka and Asher’s story. The book picks up where Grit ended, with the major plot of Navy Seal’s One Vice and King’s Harlots MC, an all female motorcycle club, working side by side to discover why girls have gone missing in their small town. They’ve got some leads in the human trafficking situation and Asher Donovan goes undercover to infiltrate Charles Brian’s house where kidnapped girls are trained as submissives awaiting to be sold at auction. But Asher needs Meeka Cline to go undercover with him as his submissive just to convince Charles he’s ready to broker deals in the human trafficking business. Meeka and Asher have a long history together, a friendship that started since kindergarten. Meeka has always been there for Asher in soothing and calming him when his nightmares come to haunt him. Nightmares that deal with an abusive monster of a stepfather and a childhood that was lost to him. Being longtime best friends means denying any deep feelings, but with working so close together, Asher and Meeka realize they need more from each other than a friendship. When they finally connect it’s explosive and the sizzle pours off the pages. Walker pulls out all the stops in their sexy scenes. And it’s hot! Finally, Meeka realizes she has always loved Asher and she’s done denying it. And Asher needs her most in this deadly game of cat and mouse. But Charles Brian has eyes for Meeka, bringing cruelty and danger to the mix. Stain is an interesting installment to this series. What I loved about it was Meeka and Asher’s chemistry and the sex was off the charts. I even liked the secondary characters that added to the story, especially Cody, Dale, Max, Brogan, Jay and Angel, and Charles as an utterly sinister villain. What I didn’t like was the plot: it was everywhere, then it seemed to go nowhere, just strung me along with lots of hot sex until towards the end, and then I was left scratching my head in confusion. There are lots of loose ends, and it didn’t explain what Vice One was doing all this whole time. Why is Tyler involved, why did they let Charles go, why did Asher’s dad get written in, perhaps to Asher closure because he got to deal justice on him for his heinous crimes? And why wasn’t the FBI involved until the end? Hopefully, the next book can be more cohesive and will have more findings. I was given a copy via NetGalley and voluntarily reviewed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
moma2n2 More than 1 year ago
The second book in the King’s Harlots series picked right up where the last one left off but this time featured things from the perspective of Meeka and Asher. It was nice to see things from Meeka’s perspective since she was so secretive in Grit and her relationship with Asher was hot as hell. I enjoy the storyline of them attempting to take down the human trafficking ring but this book felt a little repetitive to the first book. Given what Jay went through in the first book it seemed odd to have Meeka go through a similar experience. Also I was really thrown off by the unlikely hero in the end and there was no explanation of why he came to the rescue. It was a good book and I enjoy the series but the ending just seemed a little off to me.
Lila-Rae More than 1 year ago
Asher and Meeka have known each other since they were kids. Both of them bound together when they shielded each other from the pains caused from childhood Traumas , but they never became more than friends. Even while working undercover together , lying to friends to find the persons responsible for taking all those girls . The attraction was there between them , but they kept their distance . All that could change once they realize there next mission might just break them apart . Now that they have been thrust into another mission . going undercover to put a stop to this Horrible , Human Traffic Ring , can they keep it together once they enter Hell to bring the whole operation down or will their own growing lusts turn into rage when another threatens to keep them apart ?? First off , let me tell you the King's Harlots will only get more exciting as you read each book and the chapters within them. This is a series and Stain is a continuation of book 1 , Grim, so the story continues , but it is about another couple coming together between the women of the King's Harlots MC and the Military men of Vice One. I was dying to read Stain , because I couldn't wait to see what was in store for Meeka and Asher's story after what went down in the previous book. It was action filled Chaos , full of emotion and heartache and believe me , J.M. Walker knows how to write the Rawest , Steamiest sex scenes I have ever read . Her Bad guys are Evil to the core and as twisted as the bowls of Hell. I loved Asher with Meeka , it helped that they had a past together .That made their chemistry sizzle even more on paper, but it was torture waiting for them to figure out that they belonged together. I loved the scene where Asher had his episode of PTSD and no one , not even his brothers could help bring him out of it ...Meeka was the only light at the end of that tunnel he was immersed within.. that is True Love !! I cannot wait for more in the King's Harlot series ...Sign me Up !!