REVIEW: Shattered & Scarred (The Sacred Hearts MC #1) by A.J. Downey

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5 stars

Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review.


I love and adore mc books so I was super excited to have the chance to review this series.  Shattered & Scarred is the first book in The Sacred Hearts MC Series by A.J. Downey.  I enjoy reading books that have me thinking about the characters long after I’m finished reading the book.  Shattered & Scarred definitely hit that mark!  I honestly can’t quit thinking about the characters!  I devoured this book and loved every page of it.  It is very well written, great character development, full of emotions that you can feel pouring off the pages, and has some very sexy mc brothers!

Shattered & Scarred is the story of Ashton Granger and Ethan “Trigger” Howard.  Ashton has to maintain the image of the prefect wife in order to please her husband.  One imperfection lands her on the side of the highway at night.  Trigger served in the Marines as a sniper and has seen and done things that scarred him deep.  One night while on a run for club business, he finds an injured woman on the side of a highway.  He can’t just leave her there so he brings Ashton back to the clubhouse and is intent on nursing her back to health.  What he doesn’t expect is for this broken woman to soothe his wounded soul.

However, Ashton’s husband isn’t ready to let her go just yet.  Is Trigger able to keep Ashton safe?  Are Trigger and Ashton too wounded to be what the other one needs?

Read Shattered & Scarred and follow the first book in this journey of brotherhood, ever present danger, and women who might just bring grown men to their knees.

I give this book 5 stars and most definitely recommend!


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