changed everything for them…
place. She thought she could steal from me and get away with it, but I have no
intention of letting her get away at all. Mian Ross has a lesson to learn, and
I’m going to be the one to teach it to her.
mistake of my life. It was supposed to be a simple job, but it quickly became
so much more–one that cost my freedom and cost my son. Angel Knight became my
worst nightmare… and now, he’ll never let us go.
Spoiler Free Review
B. B. Reid, the queen of the dark romance, is back with another book you just have to read!
The Bandit brings us a new set of characters that are despicable but you can’t help but love them. Set in the Chicago Underworld, The Bandit is the story of Angel, the soon-to-be leader of The Knights, a storied criminal enterprise with a long history, and Mian, a down-on-her-luck young mother who is fighting to keep her son and herself alive. There is a history between Angel and Mian and oh is it deliciously complicated in the way only Reid can write.
There is a lot that goes on in this book. There is danger and intrigue, a murder mystery, kidnapping, more kidnapping, and some seriously steamy scenes. While in Reid’s other series, the sex is blatant and plentiful, in The Bandit, it is more of a tease for most of the book and it is hot…steamy, hot, sexy goodness. The feud between Angel and Mian is deeply rooted and these two have so many misunderstandings that they will have your head spinning. I swear I yelled at the book, no joke. I believe it went something like this…”if you two would just talk to each other this whole thing could have been avoided.” But, I was wrong. So wrong. Then the ending happened…
So, this was supposed to be a standalone, but lucky us we get more and I can’t frikkin’ wait!!
Bebe is fresh out of undergrad college and has always wondered about the existence of her talent. When she finally decided to pick up a metaphorical pen and start writing, she found a new way to embrace her passion.
She favors a romance that isn’t always easy on the eyes or heart, and loves to see characters grow–characters who are seemingly doomed from the start but find love anyway.
Fear Me, her debut novel, is the first of many.