Saint’s Song is a masterclass of emotion

60193958._SY475_Saint’s Song by Garrett Leigh

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

BOOK HANGOVER!

I need time to process before I can even think about writing a review.

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Well, I’ve finally caught my breath from my intensive read in one go, stay up until 3am devouring of this book.

I won’t be giving any plot elements away, other than to say things happened which I knew I wanted to happen, things happened which I didn’t know I wanted to happen until after they had, there’s action, danger, death and destruction.

There’s appearances from sneaky Easter Eggs from Garrett’s extended universe which just had me yelling oh Hell yes at the top of my voice and really, really hoping there will be more from this triad on top of the other books we know are coming in the series.

And, for the first time ever, my favourite ever Garrett character Marc Ramsey (read Soul to Keep to find out more after you’ve read Rented Heart first) has competition in Saint Malone.

OMG Saint, there aren’t adequate enough words to describe the way this man has entwined himself into my heart and my head. He is the ultimate in quiet and deadly, his love is powerful and unyielding, but he’s also vulnerable and there is an almost childlike quality to the way he sees life.

With book one, we saw the depth of the relationship between Cam and Alexei grow. Here we get to see why Saint provides the bedrock for that. He’s the centre, the strength, the means by which each man can communicate their depth of feeling – and their determination to burn to the ground anything that threatens the Rebel Kings.

As with book one, the pacing here takes you on a journey through the smoking heat of the men together, the blood and the guts of the motorcycle club world, the thrills of adrenaline packed punches, the heart-stopping fear of a confrontation with the enemy and the sweet, sweetest honey of love.

It’s impossible to convey the emotions this book made me feel, it’s Garrett Leigh, it’s what she does best – takes you through the ringer and leaves you gasping for breath and dying for more.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review

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