Review: Devil’s Game (Reaper’s MC #3) by Joanna Wylde

Narrated by Tatiana Sokolov and Todd Haberkorn.

I love Joanna Wylde’s unique style of motorcycle club (MC) romances. I can always count on Ms. Wylde to find a way to cause me to fall in love with a seemingly unredeemable MC member. Even more enticing are her strong breed of heroines, who always know how to domesticate these MC bad boys and teach them how to experience true love, in many cases for the first time. Devil’s Game fits the mold perfectly! Featuring star-crossed lovers, and the extreme measures they are willing to take to give their love a chance in the violent, MC world, it’s a fascinatingly, sexy, action-filled addition to the Reaper’s MC series that is made even better by a great joint performance by narrators, Tatiana Sokolov and Todd Haberkorn.

Liam “Hunter” Blake, as a Devil’s Jack MC member, has been trained to hate their competitor, the Reapers MC. Although he wasn’t born into the lifestyle, Hunter was saved by the current Devil’s Jack MC president from a horrible foster home situation, and he’s followed in his footsteps ever since. His latest mission is to keep tabs on the Reapers MC’s president’s daughter, Em.

Em, at 23 years of age, must be the oldest virgin in the entire Reapers MC. Being Picnic’s daughter, however, has made it virtually impossible for her to get involved with anyone, which seems incomprehensible in a club full of men who are constantly looking to have a good time. Then one day she finds a man online who seems truly interested in her, and appears willing to treat her like a real woman. Having finally given up on her MC crush, who reacts to her invitation by taking another woman to his bed, she decides she has nothing to lose and resolves to pursue a real relationship with the online stranger.

Liam is so excited to finally get to meet Em in person. While tracking her moves, his lust has definitely been piqued and he’s eager to take her to his bed. The fact that his personal desires coincide with the needs of his MC, who wants him to win over Em in the hopes of a club truce, are the icing on the cake. But when interceding events lead to a potential war between the clubs, Liam’s loyalty to the club will be put to the test just as his feelings for Em begin to mount. In this battle between love and war, who will win? Moreover, when Em finds out the truth, will she ever be able to forgive Liam for his actions?

For the entire review, including a detailed narration review, see AudioGals where it was originally published.