A late night phone call was never supposed to cause so much torment.
Ripper will do anything for Chaos Bleeds, including cleaning up the Princess’s mess. When Judi calls him without thinking he answers and soon he has a dead body to hide, and a car to destroy. He will do everything in his power to protect the young woman. What he didn’t expect was the lust that hits him from being around her.
Judi never expected to sexually want a man after being used by a pimp. Devil and his crew saved her from hell but Ripper is throwing her head first into heave. Ripper’s touch makes her crave everything she’d given up on.
However, Devil adopted Judi as his daughter. No one touches or hurts the Princess of the club. What will he do when one of his most trusted men has claimed her for his own?
Review: Ripper’s Torment is the second book in the Chaos Bleeds MC series by Sam Crescent. This book is part of a series and is best read as part of the series and not as a standalone novel. Also, if you have read The Skulls series this book does mention characters and events from that series in this series, especially events from the book Zero by Sam Crescent. I chose this book because I enjoy reading Sam Crescent’s novels.
Judi is the adoptive daughter of Devil. He wants to protect her and give her the education she deserves since he rescued her from being a prostitute. He seems to want better for her than what she has had. Judi seems to have trouble coping with her past and recognizing she did not give consent for what happened to her. Judi seems to very low self-esteem and seems to be shy.
Ripper is a member of the Chaos Bleeds. The more time he seems to spend with Judi, the more he wants to protect her and help make her life better. He manages to get the story behind how she ended up as a prostitute. I loved how he wants to get revenge for what happened.
The chemistry between Ripper and Judi is explosive and a great match. I enjoyed how Ripper let Judi come to terms with the relationship before they told Devil. He did not push or rush her in any way.
I loved this story and how it intertwines with another series Ms. Crescent writes. This story is well written. This book is much better than the first book. The main and secondary characters are realistic and appealing. I loved that it gives a better picture of Devil and Lexie (main characters in the first book) as well as some of the other secondary characters. Overall, this is a great book. I can’t wait to read next book in the series.