“LOCK & KEY portrayed MC life raw and unedited”
~ Under the Covers

I’ve had this book on my TBR for so long I was just glad to finally read it, and I have Romanceopoly to thank for the push.  I haven’t read a good biker romance in a while and this is certainly one of the better ones.  LOCK & KEY portrayed MC life raw and unedited and that was probably my favorite thing about it.

We have a younger hero, older heroine.  She’s been part of the MC since she was nothing but a child and she slowly became an important part of it until she finally married a member.  The fairytale ended when her and her husband were attacked and he died, and she hasn’t been back since.  Now her sister is dying and she is forced to come back and face the MC.  The hero has been fascinated and maybe crushing on pictures and stories of her.  She was friends with his older brother before he joined the MC.

I actually loved that the hero was younger and that he basically had like a celebrity crush on her.  The push and pull of their relationship development was perfect and had the right kind of angst.  I love seeing more mature characters and especially in the MC setting.  Grace was the right kind of kick ass and determined to do whatever she had to for the club, for her husband, for her family, to keep their secrets.  I really liked her.  And of course Lock was oh so sexy! I can’t wait to read more about these two.



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  1. I still need to read this one. I jumped into the series at Iron and Bone. Thanks for the review Francesca