The Skulls, 11
An eye for an eye.
Alex doesn’t have a clean past. His is filled with betrayal, anger, hurt, and loss. All he had to do was protect a young woman, Preston’s sister. Instead she ends up dead, and Alex hides the evidence, keeping silent about it for ten years.
A tooth for a tooth.
Alex’s mistakes have caught up with him. He may be part of The Skulls, but he knows better than most that the MC wants him gone. Everything he’s sacrificed means nothing in the face of one man intent on hurting him by hurting the people he cares about, including his newfound love, Sunshine.
A life for a life.
Sunshine, Michael, Tabitha, Tiny, The Skulls—who will survive, and who will die? Will Alex have to face this alone? Or will The Skulls pull through for the man who has always been in the background of their lives? The countdown is on.
Be Warned: bondage, anal sex
“You’re a virgin?”
He pressed his cock against her body, and she gasped. His cock was rock hard, rubbing against her stomach.
“Do you feel that?” She nodded. “That’s how much I want to be inside your tight pussy. I’ve wanted you for a long time.”
“Then why haven’t you made a play for me?” she asked. Not once during the time they’d known each other had he ever given away his feelings. They rarely talked, and it was only now that they’d said more than a couple of words to each other.
“You weren’t ready.”
“You didn’t even give me a chance to be ready.”
Dropping her hand from his back, she slowly brought it down to rest against his cock. He released a growl but didn’t let her go.
“Do you know what you’re doing?”
“I’m grabbing your cock.”
Alex pressed a hard kiss against her lips, biting on her lip. She cried out at the sudden assault of pleasure that crashed through her body. The little pain was delicious, and she didn’t want it to end.
“You’re playing with fire, little girl.”
“There’s nothing little about me.” She was growing tired of being treated like a child. There was nothing childish about her. She was a full grown woman, and no one seemed to see her as such.
“I know.” His lips brushed across her neck going to her chest near the tips of her breasts. “If you want to stop being seen like a little girl, come to my room tonight.” He held her hair a little tighter forcing her to look at him. “I’m warning you, Sunshine. Be sure you want my dick inside you before you come to me. I’m not someone to mess with. I won’t rape you, and I sure won’t feel guilty about being inside you.”
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Posted by VRainey on 13th May 2015
The Skulls, #11
Alex is the eleventh book in The Skulls series by Sam Crescent. This book is best read as part of the series to fully appreciate all the characters in the book and the story line.
Alex has lived a rough life, filled with anger, hurt, loss, and betrayal. He was supposed to protect a young woman who ended up dead. Instead of finding the killer, he covers up who killed her and kept silent about it. Alex has been a part of the Skulls for years, however The Skulls have no idea how much he has protected them. Now his past of after him, and the Skulls want nothing to do with him. All the while, Alex has finally found the love of his life. Now what will happen next?
The beginning of the story starts right where the last story left off, and leaves you wanting to know more. By the end of the first chapter, I was excited to finish the book. The author was about to continue the vivid and distinct world she created in the past books. This world is very realistic with a sense of location, as well as time. Her words created a very distinct picture. The pace of the story was steady and fast all the way through. The main characters and the secondary characters were fascinating and realistic. Both Alex and Sunshine had faults that they each had to deal with making them realistic.
The point of view alternated between Alex and Sunshine, giving the reader a glimpse inside both characters. The changing point of view was done in a way that the reader did not get lost or repeat story lines. The main conflict carried over from past books in the series. The main conflict not only kept the story moving but fit the characters motivations as the dealt with it. The level of conflict was perfect, any more conflict and it would have detracted from the main conflict. The dialogue between the characters was honest and unique. The characters voice matched not only the setting but fit their overall personality. The ending was a bit predictable but the author takes the reader on a wonderful ride. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series
Posted by Unknown on 21st Apr 2015
I really loved this book. I’m not typically a huge follower of motorcycle club series’ however this story was wonderfully written. I really enjoyed the way that Sunshine, while a virgin initially, became very confident in her role in Alex’s life and a force to be reckoned with. I also loved that she had a definitive part in the happily ever after. The sex in this book was HOT and Alex made no mistake in claiming Sunshine in every way possible. She in return claimed his emotions and his heart. An unusual but refreshing spin to this story was the realistic relationships of the supporting characters. Some are dealing with infidelities, infertility, insecurities, and all the other real life things that can make relationships a challenge. The love of family was a strong theme and this really made a difference. The violence was not over the top and the biker language was not overly-done either.
I highly recommend this author!
Posted by Allison Gill on 1st Apr 2015
Book 11 in The Skulls series.
I wasn't looking forward to Alex's story. He wasn't a character I liked very much. But when you like a series, you have to read all of the books in that series.
So in saying that, I was happy that the book was in the series, and that we got to see a different side to Alex. He still is his own worst enemy. He keeps so much to the outside, and then gets mad when the Skulls don't recognise what he has been going, and what he has given up to keep the Skulls going strong.
Thank goodness for Sunshine. She sees something in Alex and will do anything to protect him. Including showing the Skulls why they need Alex.
Posted by Donna Briody Buccella on 1st Apr 2015
I knew there was a reason I liked alex... (many didn't ) he was loyal, hurt, had he's issues, he own demons, but all he truly wanted was what everyone else wanted, unconditional love, support, trust, FAMILY! !! And Sam finally showed us the real Alex and he's Fantastic
Loved this love this series
Posted by Aubrey on 24th Mar 2015
You may start out hating Alex...but that only lasts so long!!!!! Alex may come off as a tool but he hides himself well.....from everyone but Sunshine!!!I enjoyed this book!!! Love the Skulls and Chaos Bleeds
Posted by jeffrey leonberg...ginger leonberg on 24th Mar 2015
I have to say...I did not like Alex at all through the series. After reading part way through i found myself rooting for him and praying he gets the happiness he deserves.with Alex you learn you cant always judge a book by its cover. love love love this book!
Posted by Teresa on 24th Mar 2015
Loved it! Storyline was well written, entertaining, action packed and so dang hot! I could not put down and at times was on the edge of my .A roller coaster bundle of emotions. Love these sexy badass bikers & their will to protect their women, club .Would recommend this to everyone to read.
Posted by Anne goodling on 24th Mar 2015
Wow this was great book just another in this series every one keeps you hanging on to the end. Can't wait till the next one
Posted by amy on 24th Mar 2015
Loved it! I have been waiting for Alex because i knew that there was more to the man then what we had seen. Boy was i right. I wasn't in love with sunshine. I just think maybe she is a little to young. over all great book. And Sam you got me with SIMON & TABITHA!! You got a tear from me!
Posted by jackie on 24th Mar 2015
I have read the book and I couldn't put it down, this was a great book ALL PARTS.I know one person said she couldn't read Alex and Sunshine's part but they were the story and some short stories about the others. I don't see how you could skip over the best part of the story. Alex proved himself and Sunshine proved herself that she would go to bat for her man just like any of the other Old Ladies in the club. Someone said Sunshine didn't have a real job or she was too young, but I thought Tiny married a really young wife and really (Eva and Angel) had similar jobs. Eva a babysitter for a grown woman and Angel (working to pay her fathers debt). I guess that reader really didn't read your other books. I thought is was a great book and now is one of my favorite Skulls book. Thank you and I can't wait for the next one.
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