Review: Wicked by E. M. Lindsey

Cover for Wicked by E. M. Lindsey

Title: Wicked

Author: E. M. Lindsey

Series: Broken Chains MC #4

Pages: 204

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Hawke has been a character that I have wanted to know more about from the beginning of this series. He has a speech impairment and usually uses sign language with the other guys. While he is still a quiet one, it was nice to get to know him and how he came to be a part of the Broken Chains. His past was heartbreaking but I appreciate that he fought to stand on his own and be self-sufficient before he became a part of the Broken Chains. Hawke was a man who isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty but prefers peace and quiet. I liked him a lot. 

Jax is the VP of the Cobras. He and Hawke instantly hit it off and want each other but being rival MCs means that isn’t happening. Jax was a man who has been going with the flow for so long that he doesn’t realize how bad things have gotten. The situation with Hydra has opened his eyes and made him realize how his Prez and chapter have failed their brothers. It may be a bit late for Jax, but he does realize his mistakes and break away from the Cobras because of it. 

Like I said, Hawke and Jax may be from two different MCs but that doesn’t stop them from finding sanctuary in each other’s arms. Their relationship was intense, emotional, and really steamy. Overall, this was another great addition to this series and I can’t wait to see how it all ends in the next one. 

Trigger Warnings: physical violence; abusive and neglectful parents; drug and alcohol use; homophobia; motorcycle crash; gun violence;

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Tidal Wave
  2. Backfire
  3. Broken Wings

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