Saturday, July 1, 2017

Mica by MariaLisa deMora

The man could hold his own in a fight... but would he fight for Mica, and help bury her demons?

Title: Mica
Author: MariaLisa deMora
Series: Rebel Wayfarers MC, book 1
Genre: MC Romance

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When Mica Scott moved into a quiet Chicago suburb, she wasn’t ready for what she found. Her new neighbor is bossy, kinda scary, and defines hotness. Sure, he’s a hunky alpha male, the kind most women secretly long for, but the man oozes danger. And Mica isn’t most women. After a chance encounter brings a new man to her door, Mica struggles to find a path between what she wants, and what she needs.

Rating: ☆☆☆☆

A complex and well-thought out read that has you on the edge of your seat and is emotionally draining throughout.  

Mica is living a quiet life next door to the President of an MC, Mason but she has come from a past of darkness to living in the light.  Described by those of the MC as a "fu**in' princess" is an accurate description as she is so giving, so strong, so independent and incredibly modest.  Whilst she has caught the attention of Mason, he realises that he is no good for her and pushes her into the arms of another.  

Unfortunately Mica's past refuses to stay in the past and danger strikes from many directions but with the MC protecting her at all costs those from her past may have finally met their match.

This was disturbing to read at times as the subject matter is challenging and distressing but it is written in a way that is sensitive to the issues.  The MC is not an overly in your face MC, and even when they need to return to their primal MC bases, it is still subtle.

Find more from MariaLisa deMora on Amazon HERE.

Raised in the south, MariaLisa learned about the magic of books at an early age. Every summer, with the help of a gracious librarian who did not believe in age-restricted stacks, she would spend hours in the local library, devouring books of every genre. Self-described as a book-a-holic, she says “I always loved to read, then I discovered writing, and I adored that, too. For reading … if nothing else is available, I’ve been known to read the back of the cereal box.” She still reads voraciously, and always has a few books going in paperback, hardback, or on devices.

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