No Way Out by Lila Rose
Series: Hawks MC, #4q
Genres: Biker Romance
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Trapped in a marriage since the age of twenty-one, Malinda May is finally free. Having lost her biker husband, she is determined to keep her two teenage children as far away from the MC lifestyle as possible, a lifestyle which has brought her nothing but heartache and fear.
Life is never that simple.
Relentless in their mission to prove to Malinda that not all bikers are bad, the Hawks’ women are determined to support Malinda and her family, whether she wants it or not. In her struggle to keep her distance, Malinda soon battles her desire to keep her family safe or relent and begin to trust the MC.
Tired of women and their mind games, Declan Stoke knows women are only good for keeping his bed warm for a night. Having once thought he’d found the one, he’s no longer willing to put his heart on the line. Even when faced with the temptation of a wounded, sexy woman, he steers clear…well, tries to.
Malinda and Stoke find themselves at an impasse, one seemingly impossible to navigate through. With trouble brewing, life is going to get complicated, and for Malinda, she’s trapped with no way out.
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No Way Out starts off pretty much with the club at a funeral for the death of one of their brothers Tank, who was killed. What they find out is that he had a wife and two teenage kids he left behind; the shocker is that they didn’t know their brother Tank like they thought they did. After the funeral they try and bring Malinda and her kids Nary and Josh into their fold, but she refuses having had a rough life with her biker husband previously and vows to herself to never get involved with another biker again. In comes Declan “Stoke,” badass best friend of Killer. Dated Ivy’s best friend and after that relationship went sour vowed that he would not care for another female again; women were just good for his bed at night and to leave in the morning.
“I like your attitude, woman, but I fuckin’ loved it when you called me Declan more.”
The depth of love in this story about Stoke and Malinda is very powerful in my opinion, especially because Stoke and Malinda fall for each other so quickly especially after the death of her husband. It is also a lovely story about taking risks with your heart and allowing yourself to push passed the past and the negativity that came with it in order to be happy!
“Christ,” I swore, she looked over her shoulder. “Your arse is every man’s dream.”
Every biker that has received their own story about finding love has been my favorite biker, which goes to say I love the whole club and how they love their women so deeply and unconditionally and will literally lay down their lives for those that they love and for their brothers and brothers families.
“With you, love, I like it anyway. Standing, lying, you on top or me; fuck, even sideways. Eating you out even works for me. I swear I could come from the sweet sounds that fall from your sexy lips.”
The Pu**y Posse is back of course! It wouldn’t be a complete story about the club if you didn’t have the posse intertwined into it somehow. Deanna is a foul mouthed as ever and finally meets her doppelganger in Malinda’s neighbor Mrs. Cliff. Deanna was pretty much cloned from Deanna! The dialogue between the two of them is entertaining to say the least. The way Mrs. Cliff makes the bikers feel uncomfortable could be it’s own story. Her character brings even more laughter to the series and I hope that she pops up for now on through the rest of the upcoming books for the Hawks MC.
“Declan,” I whispered. “What do you want?” he growled. “You.” “How? Tell me, Malinda. How do you want me? “All you have to do is tell me,” he said…
I don’t usually cry while I’m reading a book, even if they are really emotional, but there is something about a scene with Stoke that just drew a tear from my eye. Whenever a man cries in general moves me because society has instilled into us that men aren’t supposed to cry. So when you do see it you are viewing a rare treasure and that is how I felt with an emotional scene for Stoke.
“She’s his life. Without her, he is nothing.”
Lila Rose’s Hawks MC series is one of my favorite series and it just keeps getting better and better! I’m hoping every single biker brother gets their own story because I’m so intrigued with them as a group and what I have read thus far that I need for it to never end!
Damn Declan Stoke and his…amazingness. I’d gone to bed last night as horny as an animal in heat. Maybe I was in heat?
Do women do that?
That kiss, his luscious lips upon mine was divine.
Still, in a way, I was thankful Mrs Cliff had interrupted, because if she hadn’t, I would have been naked on that couch, straddling Stoke, while my children were in their rooms. That was the worse a mother could do.
He drove my body insane in the most delicious way possible. He also drove my mind insane with how it felt like he knew me.
Hawk’s Motorcycle Club Series
Holding Out Bk 1: Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU | B&N | Kobo | iTunes
Climbing Out Bk 2: Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU | B&N | Kobo | iTunes
Finding Out Bk 2.5: Amazon |Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU | B&N | Kobo | iTunes
Black Out Bk 3: Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU | B&N | Kobo | iTunes
About the Author
I was born in Brisbane, Australia. My step-dad was in the Army, which caused us to move around a lot. We finally settled in country Victoria, Australia. I am the youngest of four children and I can say that I was spoilt a bit. I drove my mum crazy when I refused to eat meat at a young age. Now I live with my husband and two children, and I find myself regretting all the troubles I put my parents through because my monsters are just as picky as I was.