March 11, 2018 1 min to read

Review: Blood & Rust by Skyla Madi

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
**Please note this is a 2nd edition. The first edition was previously called Broken.**

Jai Stone…

I met him in the shadows first. He was tall and broad-shouldered, a man walking a dangerous path of rage and revenge, barreling toward certain death. The more time we spent together, the more he showed me who he was.

Captivating…

Charming…

Ferocious in his own way…

I had no right following Jai into the abandoned industrial site, but I did, and that stupid mistake was all it took to rip me from my world of semi-normalcy and thrust me headfirst into the gritty criminal underground with Stone as my only ally.

Aboveground, I’m a student nurse painfully dragging herself through an unfulfilling life, but down here, where men wear tattoos on their faces and kill without remorse, I’m a fraud living on borrowed time…

…and not much of it.

My Review:
Genre; Romance – underground fighting
Standalone: no
Part of s Series:Yes – Book 1 on the Nee York Crime Kings series
POV: Emily aka Kitten
Steam Level: Toasty
4/5

This is the first book I’ve read by Skyla Madi and I’m hooked. Emily, a nursing student with a limited income follows the guys who caused her to drop and break her tablet that she uses to study. Things get crazy from there after thrown into an underground fighting ring. It’s literally life or death. Adrenaline and the fight or flight instinct kicks in Who is this guy – sexy, dominant, protective and vicious? Jai has secrets, secrets that he only barely tells, secrets that can get them both killed. Sexy, dangerous and suspenseful Blood & Rust keeps you on the edge of your seat. And, while this ends in a cliffhanger, it’s at a logical stopping point, that makes it an easier cliffy than some other books. I’ll definitely be continuing this series.

Favorite Quotes:

  • Nothing brightens your day quite like a good painting of an animal in a hoodie telling the government to go fuck itself.
  • Boys are much easier to talk to when you don’t want to lick them from head to…well, head.
  • The strongest back hands always come from those who caress the softest.

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