Hateful Union (Made Book 5) by Brooke Summers
Hating someone while lusting after them only adds fuel to the fire.
Raylee Silver’s life has been anything but normal.
She’s the daughter of a notorious gang leader. She never realised just how notorious he was.
Raylee’s world is thrust into chaos as she comes to terms with losing someone close to her as well as dealing with the revelations about her family.
Never did she expect to find a light in the darkness, especially someone she hates. But Malcolm Gallagher breaks down her resolve and has her wanting things she shouldn’t.
Malcolm Gallagher is out for revenge, he’s seen the evil that the Silver gang have wrought.
He has the perfect person to use to get what he wants. Raylee.
Except he was never meant to fall for her.
When things come to a head, Malcolm’s going all-in to protect the woman that he loves.
But what happens when her family finds out?
Can Malcolm save her before or will the Silver gang take yet another life?
I’ve not read anything by this author before, but by the time I finished this book, I was thirsting for more.
Raylee is a no nonsense character, she knows what she wants. Strong and send assured. That’s because she’s the daughter of a high powered man, he’s made sure she’s never wanted for anything. Malcolm is in charge of an Irish mafia group in Spain. Use to having people obey him and never questioning him. So when an opportunity to get revenge on his rival using his daughter, Malcolm seizes the chance to exact his revenge!
The chemistry between the two characters is explosive. But trying to win both Raylee’s heart and trust isn’t going to be easy for Malcolm. Can he prove he’s out to protect her when her life is in danger, or is it just a ploy to win her trust and kill her father?
The plot is good, the action is a good pace. This book is filled with betrayal, anger, angst and passion. It makes for a great read, I just wished it had been longer (maybe that’s a good sign of a good book)
I’m definitely interested in going back to the beginning and read the previous books, and I’m also hoping we get more in this series.