DRAGON (RBMC: Tulsa, OK)
by K. Webster
Release Date: September 21st
Genre/Tropes: M/M, Dark MC
From USA Today Bestselling Author K Webster comes a new motorcycle club dark standalone MM romance novel!
They created this monster when they took me as a teen.
Abused me, tortured me, psychologically ruined me.
I was once innocent, fragile, and good.
Now I’m older and everything wicked.
The worst of the worst.
I’m filled with fiery rage and burn with the need to avenge the death of the boy I used to be.
Vicious and violent and vindictive.
A metaphorical dragon among men, thirsty to set fire to them all.
Only my mission of depraved justice will have to wait because Prez needs me for something else. If he wasn’t single-handedly responsible for dragging me from the sick nightmare my life had become, I’d tell him exactly where to shove his stupid idea of putting me on babysitting duty.
My charge is a prospect.
Not just any prospect, but the young, innocent Cove Gale who shouldn’t be within a hundred-mile radius of this vile club I call home.
I’m supposed to be keeping him safe.
But Cove’s a reckless brat with a mouth that begs for trouble.
Prez should know better than to give me a toy to play with.
I break things and I’ll break him too.
The prospect is just a boy.
And he’s just unleashed the dragon…
***This is a gay romance and the third book in the RBMC: Tulsa, OK series. It can be read as a standalone but may be better enjoyed after reading the first two, Koyn and Copper. Koyn and Copper are both MF stories while this one is MM.***
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~ * ~ Priscilla‘s Review ~ * ~
Just damn!!! That is precisely what I said when I finished this story last night. I couldn’t put it down. I started it last night and finished it in the early hours this morning. School this morning was an afterthought as I just kept going from chapter to chapter.
This intense book had me wondering how Dragon could ever come back from the ordeals he went through as a teenager. It’s dark. It’s the only thing I can think of that sums it up because anything else doesn’t give his abuse justice. He does things his teenage self would never imagine after becoming Dragon. He knows it, and it’s descriptive when he does. And yet, you understand. How could you not? Then we meet Cove. He almost has the same fate Dragon does, but not quite. And he meets Dragon in the worst way. Yet when they come together again, it’s incredible what develops. They’re so yin and yang. And yet they just fit perfectly; it’s almost unbelievable. The chemistry is off the charts.
I felt every emotion possible with this story: anger for the main characters, excited that they have something you’d never believe they could after the hell Dragon went through, shocked by the detail of some parts, but surprisingly I was never grossed out. Not once! I will say again. It’s dark. At least for me. I’m usually that fluffy romance reader.
Again, I cannot recommend this book enough. I didn’t read the first two in the series. I wish I had. If you get a chance, I strongly advise you to go back and read them first. It’s not necessary if you just read MM like I usually do. The story survived just fine without them. However, if those are as good as this, as I’m sure they are, I highly recommend them. I have a feeling this whole series is going to be incredible.
*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure. A review wasn’t a requirement. ***
~ * ~ Mari‘s Review ~ * ~
Dragon is the last book in the Royal Bastards MC: Tulsa, OK series, and while I read it as a standalone, I think reading the previous two books might make the experience better.
Dragon was taken from his family when he was a teenager and endured unspeakable things at the hands of his captor, who controlled him and made him do things that have shaped him into the man he’s now. Cove lived through a similar experience, but to a lesser degree. Now they are both part of the Tulsa, OK Chapter and will need to put their differences aside to take down a common enemy.
Okay, so, first, heed the warnings, because this book is dark. K. Webster didn’t shy away from writing the violence that takes place in the story, although thankfully other scenes at the start of the book with what Dragon had to do under the influence of Night Giant, were mostly mentioned. Still, it definitely wasn’t an easy read. It’s emotional and angsty, a veritable rollercoaster of feelings and emotions as Dragon works through his issues and gets closer to Cove.
Dragon and Cove were so good together. I loved that Cove was so sassy and fought back at every single moment. And Dragon, well, he broke my heart with all he went through. I was glad Cove knew that Dragon wouldn’t hurt him, even when he was privy to the unrestrained violence Dragon was capable of.
This is definitely a read not for the faint of heart, but oh so worth it in the end. Highly recommendable!
*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn’t a requirement. ***
About K. Webster:
K Webster is a USA Today Bestselling author. Her titles have claimed many bestseller tags in numerous categories, are translated in multiple languages, and have been adapted into audiobooks. She lives in “Tornado Alley” with her husband, two children, and her baby dog named Blue. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, drinking copious amounts of coffee, and researching aliens.
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