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Review ❤️ Saint by Chantal Fernando

July 2, 2019


Dear Skylar,

Five years. That’s a long time to go without talking to somebody, especially someone who was such a huge part of your life…

A letter from my first kiss and my childhood everything…from prison.

He may be nicknamed Saint, but this sweet, sexy biker most definitely has a wild streak. Hearing from him draws me right back into the Knights of Fury motorcycle club—the people I’ll always think of as family.

He’s still the only man I’ve ever wanted.

Each good, old-fashioned letter from my “prison pen pal” has my heart racing. Which is nothing compared to how I feel when Saint surprises me in person, as a free man.

I was just a kid the last time we saw each other, but the connection between us now is anything but innocent.

He’s the type of man who would do anything to protect his woman. And with my world crashing down around me, that’s exactly what I’m going to need.

Release Date: Jul 1, 2019
Series: Knights of Fury
Book: 1
Heat Level: Hot
Publisher: Harlequin
Imprint: Carina Press
Price: $4.99


Sky is every bit of a MC Princess. She loves the Knights of Fury MC and is torn apart when at 16 years old, her mother takes her away from the only family she has ever known. She misses her stepfather, Hammer, and all of the men. Years later, she receives a letter from her childhood crush, Saint, from prison. This leaves Sky questioning what really happened that night when her mother ran away.

The relationship between Sky and her mother is very tense. Her mother dislikes her and Sky doesn’t know why. She has been isolated from her brothers and all of the MC. She finally decides to move back to the city and she reconnects with her brothers. They all encourage her to reach out to Hammer and find out the truth. It is there that she learns that Saint is released from prison. He is all grown up and wants a relationship with her.

Sky jumps on the opportunity with Saint but she is skeptical about having a relationship with a member of the club. Things get rocky as she finds out a few things about Saint that she is not sure she can handle. Then her mother resurfaces and the ugly truth about that night is brought up. Her mother is such an evil woman. I wanted something bad to happen to her.

Ms. Fernando delivers a great start to her new series. While I tend to like grittier MC romances, Ms. Fernando did a great job of spreading out the sweetness but it was almost too neat. After each issue is presented, the characters smoothed it out immediately. Nothing ever lingered so there is no real angst. For a reader who grows wary of overly angsty books, I found it to be a bit relieving but at the same time frustrating.

Overall, I am excited to get a brand new MC series and look forward to the next book.

~ Samantha

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