Sunday, June 5, 2016

Angela's Review: HAWKE by R.J. Lewis


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Kindle Edition, 312 pages
Published May 1st 2016





**RECOMMENDED FOR READERS 18 YEARS AND UP DUE TO SEXUAL SITUATIONS, VIOLENCE AND STRONG LANGUAGE. 
HAWKE IS A STANDALONE BOOK.** 
Hawke Navarro. A criminal. A murderer. The former President of the most notorious MC around. The law thinks he's dead, and he needs to stay that way. 
But there's a problem, and her name is Tyler Wilson. 
He promised her old man he would look out for her as he died in Hawke's arms. He wanted her to steer clear from the club and live an ordinary life. 
But Ty lingers. She grows and she's not the little girl Hawke remembered her to be. And soon he can't look at her as that little girl anymore. Not with those curves, or that face, or those sinfully tasty lips. 
Hawke is determined to stay away; determined never to go back to that life. 
But with a new threat on the horizon, Tyler's life hangs in the balance as trust is questioned and secrets threaten to tear her world apart, leaving Hawke no choice but to return.




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Since reading Borden and Emma's story I have wanted to read about Hawke. There was something about him that drew me in. After reading his story I am so glad the author gave him a voice and a HEA. I loved reading about him and Tyler. She was something else, after everything she had to deal with in life she didn't let it jade her. Great writing, fantastic plotline, and some steamy moments you won't want to miss.