Title: Lily Roar (Red Wolves Motorcycle Club #4)
Author Name & Publisher: Beth D. Carter (Totally Bound)
Publication Date & Length: July 2015 – Novel
Lily is the link to ending the human trafficking ring. Now Branch and Charlie must do all they can to protect her.
Lily has almost given up believing she can escape from the clutches of the Master, the man who holds her as a sex slave in his mansion of degradation. When she has the opportunity to flee, she races into the night with a crippling fear that she could be captured.
Branch Barrigan, the enforcer of the Red Wolves Motorcycle Club, and Deputy Charlie Earenflight might be on opposite sides of the law, but they don’t hesitate to punish those who hurt women. Branch and Charlie make a pact to hunt down the head of the human trafficking organization. When they find Lily, they are unaware she’s the link they’ve been searching for.
The two men do all they can to protect her. In the process, they come to love her quiet strength. But Lily needs to learn to roar if she’s to survive the pain of her past and confront the evil that can rob her of a future.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of anal sex, violence, racial slurs and references to sodomy, rape and drugging women for sex.
Publisher’s Note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
Loved this book just as much as the last one. I really enjoy Beth’s writing style.
Charlie, Lily and Givon are all amazing characters in their own way, however, together they have explosive chemistry and create an amazing unit.
I also loved that you caught glimpses of the other characters from previous stories. While they do not play major roles, it was nice to see them interwoven together.
I can’t write much more without wanting to give things away, so I’ll just say that this is a series that just keeps on giving and I can’t wait for more!
I love Beth Carter’s writing and this one was as good as the rest. This is a great series about a Motorcycle club. The back story has continued through all previous books. The story flows flawlessly through each book.
The back story has been captivating but incredibly sad. What those ladies went through was awful. I love the play on the town that there all couples of three. Someone else might find that odd, but that’s what keeps these books interesting to me. You know it’s going to happen, but its who will be part of the threesome that always keep me reading.
I loved the couple that Lily, Branch and Charlie made together. Lily was a very strong woman and I think that’s what drew both Branch and Charlie to her.
I’m glad to see there is another book that is coming as a follow up, I would have been sad if it all ended with this book. Excellent read and I highly recommend this series.
I like writing about the very ordinary girl thrust into extraordinary circumstances, so my heroines will probably never be lawyers, doctors or corporate highrollers. I try to write characters who aren’t cookie cutters and push myself to write complicated situations that I have no idea how to resolve, forcing me to think outside the box. I love writing characters who are real, complex and full of flaws, heroes and heroines who find redemption through love.
I’ve been pretty fortunate in life to experience some amazing things. I’ve lived in France, traveled throughout Europe, Australia and New Zealand. I am a mom to an amazing little boy. I live in Los Angeles, surrounded by friends and family. I hate washing dishes but I love cooking. I hate washing clothes but I love wearing them. Writing my bio is difficult because I never know what to say so I hope you like this one. My favorite color is red but I look best in black (it’s slimming). I hate people who don’t pick up their dog’s crap in public places, people who don’t use turn signals, and I really hate people who are rude and condescending. I especially hate discrimination in all and every form. And although I love holding a book in my hand, I absolutely adore my ereader, whom I’ve named Ruby.