Book review | My thoughts—Dixon


Book ten of the Reapers MC series by Elizabeth Knox is an interracial story of two people from different worlds finding love unexpectedly. Indra lost her first love and husband to a tragic accident and thought she would never find love again and the she is setup on a blind date with Dixon. Dixon’s childhood was rough. After his mother died and he was separated from his little sister. He bounced around from foster home to foster home until he ran away from one foster home full of abuse after showing the abuser what it felt like with a baseball bat to the little girls he hit. Dixon found is family within the Reapers MC and now that some of his brothers have found love and her starting families he wants that too. Dixon goes on the blind date setup by Sakura and Hawk. Can too people from different backgrounds find love under the stars in Vegas or will the ghost of Dixon’s past (his dad, sister, and an enemy of the MC) not to mention Indra’s parents tear them a part. I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading books about MCs.

Rated: 4 stars

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