Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Fallout by Edie Baylis. Thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources for the tour invite. Read on for more info and my review.
Secrets. Lies. Revenge.
With the odds stacked against her, Samantha Reynold is determined to prove she’s tough enough to be the boss. But when a secret from the past threatens to ruin Sam’s reputation, she suddenly feels very alone in this dark new world. There’s only one man she can turn to – rival club owner, Sebastian Stoker.
Seb knows first-hand how secrets and lies can tear a family apart. He wants to protect Sam at all costs, but siding with her could threaten his own position as head of the Stoker family and risk accusations of betrayal.
With loyalties divided and two families at war – the fallout could be deadly.
Fallout by Edie Baylis is the second in this fantastic series. I really enjoyed book 1, Takeover, and could not wait to get into Fallout. I loved it just as much! Edie Baylis is one heck of a writer who keeps readers on the edge of their seats.
I think one of the strengths of this novel is the characters. There are some to love and some to hate, but each have a distinct realness to them, that made the plot believable.
This is quite action packed with lots of secrets and revenge. I never thought I’d like gangland thrillers as much as I do when I read Edie Baylis novels. This is a great series so far and I’m looking forward to the next book.
If you like gangland thrillers that keep you guessing, check out Fallout.
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources, Boldwood Books, Netgalley, and the author for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Edie Baylis is a successful self-published author of dark gritty thrillers with violent background settings. She lives in Worcestershire, has a history of owning daft cars and several motorbikes and is licensed to run a pub. She has signed a five-book deal with Boldwood.
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