King (The Broken Bows, #1)

King (The Broken Bows, #1)

by Kerri Ann

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BN ID: 2940155640622
Publisher: Kerri Ann
Publication date: 07/19/2018
Series: The Broken Bows , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 117,914
File size: 353 KB

About the Author

Mother of two insanely (well trained) sarcastic men, wife to a dangerously smolder inducing grumble bunny (fireman), and friend to some amazing ladies (you know who you are).  Thanks for reading, thanks for being a friend, and I look forward to meeting you in the future for drinks, danger and laughs.

Living in Northern Ontario, Canada, Kerri loves to read, travel and find new reasons to write you fantastic love stories. Remember, not all love is clean. Dark, light, angsty, sexually charged and twisted—that’s her genre.

It’s heart wrenching stories where the muse directs her. As the instrument of their lives, their stories are told through piece by piece. You can hope for the good guy to win, but it won’t always happen.  She can’t guarantee an HEA (happily ever after) or HFN (happy for now), because life doesn't always have those.

Enjoy the OMG's and tears. Tear your hair out, toss a book or two, because I want you to feel their pain too. As they live it, you can absorb it on the pages.





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King 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
fantasylandblog 8 months ago
So I have to say this book confused the hell out of me at first. It was like walking into the middle of a movie and having to figure out what was going on. I have to say it took me a couple chapters to figure out what was going on. And even then I was scratching my head. Busta... Well, I liked him. He is a complicated guy. But he seems to have a good head on his shoulders and doesn't like exactly what is asked of him but he has to do it. You know the whole MC code. The guys he is involved with are interesting and Busta doesn't seem to trust them all but you will have to read to figure that out. Oubliette.... or Obi as Busta calls her is stuck in a place she wants nothing to do with. She is a bartender for a rival MC and is taken, hostage by Busta and his MC to find out what information she has. Needless to say, she finds out more information then she gives. I have to say I feel her pain and it hurts. There are some triggers in this story I was not expecting. But it brings to light some issues that are needed in this book to make it good. I enjoyed this story and am excited to read Pawn next. I will read 'The 7' so maybe I understand the beginning better.
cherigCG 9 months ago
The dark side of the MC, dark brothers, dark deeds. Oubliette isn't part of the club, although she does work for them. When she sees something she shouldn't she is taken hostage by a rival club. Her experiences are horrific. Can she stay strong and get through it--alive and whole? Busta had seen her and wanted her. There was just something about her. It killed him that he was the one who would expose her to those evil dark ways. She thinks she sees another side to him--is there one? Although this is titled King, we don't meet up with him until near the end of the book. How does he fit into the puzzle? If you are expecting to see some redeeming sides to these guys you're gonna have to search hard. If you're a fan of the hardcore one percenters this is the one for you. Never a dull page. Reviewed for Words Turn Me On
C_Kubehl 10 months ago
I loved it! A dark, intense ride that will knock you off if you don't hold on. The characters are strong amidst the whirlwind of chaos that is about to rain down. I was on the edge of my seat at times wondering what would happen next. This ends on a cliffhanger and I am anxiously waiting to see how it all plays out.
Mimiorphee 10 months ago
King is my first read by Kerri Ann and it wont be the last. I discovered a compelling story, featuring perfectly flawed characters that grew up on me.  From the first sentences, the ton is set, dark and gritty.  Oubliette is a bartender at a club owned by the Four Horsemen MC. She witnessed something she shouldn't have and become the Broken Bows' (another ruthless motorcycle club) captive. At the hands of Busta, her handler, she doesn't cover; her sassy and feisty personnality put her in that predicament, but will that help her save her life? Busta is an intriguing character. Enforcer of the Broken Bows, he seems more caring than what he shows. Oubliette caught his eye from the beginning but her selflessness and strength definitely drew him in. King isn't a romance as feelings don't really have their place here. Though they're no denying the intensity of Oubliette and Bursta's relationship, the storyline's more oriented toward the loyalty to their clubs and the mystery surrounding Busta.  King is a very satisfying read, I had a great time reading this fast paced story, a true battle of will and battle of words. Thanks to a well led mystery and a jaw-dropping twists Keri Ann delivered here an interesting first installment.