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Corrupted by [Noelle, Alexis]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3504 KB
  • Print Length: 171 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523836385
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BDOPEFM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #53,337 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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OMG what a heart wrenching story, my emotions was all over the place reading Lucy's story an with the help of the Deathstalkers MC. Lucy finds peace and the chance to recover from the he'll she's escaped from...
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I really enjoyed this book. I liked how Jordan ‘’Whip’’ stuck by Lucy. He protected her. Even when it set him back from being patched into the club. Corrupted gripped me from the start, and it is an action packed book. Alexis Noelle sure does know how to take her readers on a journey.
I can honestly say that I haven’t ever read a book like Corrupted.

Lucy runs away from a disturbing and horrific home life at the age of fourteen. She goes to the Deathstalkers MC for protection. From the moment she meets the bikers, she has been closest to Jordan. Being a prospect, Jordan Is assigned to look after Lucy. He is ordered to keep his hands off of her. The book then progresses to Lucy at sixteen and then the day she is finally eighteen.

Jordan is a prospect for the Death Stalkers MC. When he finds Lucy, a scared, hurt fourteen-year-old girl, hiding in the MC’s warehouse. He puts himself on the line, and asks the club to protect the underage girl. They grow closer over the years, and when Lucy finally turns eighteen, Jordan claims her. Just when they can be together, Lucy is taken by her evil uncle and put through a horrific ordeal. Can Lucy move on from what she has been put through? Will she and Jordan stick through it and live happily together?
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To say Lucy's family is religious would be a huge understatement, she's fourteen and has just been told she's to marry her uncle Simon who already has nine wives two of which are her cousins.
He’s abusive to all of them to the extent where he's beaten two to death and when she tells her mother she just can't go through with it her uncle and father beat her badly, she escapes and runs for her life hiding in a warehouse belonging to the local MC and that's the start of her story.
It's a difficult read at times since it doesn't dodge the abuse, as Lucy's story unfolds we discover the full horror of her life and what her future would have been had she stayed.
There's so much here that I liked especially that it doesn't jump immediately from her being fourteen to eighteen, we see her life progress, how she changes and how this MC becomes her family.
As with all books there were things I didn't like, she has a huge TSTL moment and other bits but it was a scene near the end that just felt wrong to me I don't want to make this a spoiler review and I'm not saying there wasn't justification because there was, tons of it but it just felt wrong but it's still a good read.
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This was a different setting to the normal MC read, but I really did like the twist that this story had.

Lucy is on the run from her family, she has been living in a commune what really is a religious sect. Not knowing any different, but feeling like she doesn't belong with her family. At 14 years old after refusing to become another wife to her uncle, she runs.

With nowhere to go she ends up hiding in a warehouse owned the Deathstalkers MC.

Jordan is a prospect within the Deathstalkers MC and he is the one that finds Lucy battered and bleeding. Begging for protection, Lucy is then put under the responsibility of Jordan by his president. He has to keeps his hands off for the next 3 years before he can be patched in.

This is a story of a young girl seeking protection from a family that are out to hurt her. innocence lost, love hidden. It also shows how love can grow between two people from very different worlds.

Loving this series so far.

***Copy received in exchange for an honest and unbiased review****
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Gritty, raw, violence, loyalty and love. This book has it all. Not your typical MC tale. This is foremost a story of survival and the human will to fight for life.Lucy and Jordan are an unlikely pair but are drawn to each other from the start. Lucy has had a very difficult, abusive upbringing within a polygamist sect until she finds an escape. After being found and rescued by Jordan, Lucy lives under the protection and rules of the Deathstalkers MC. Finally after nearly 4 years of waiting, Jordan and Lucy become a couple. Only life does still have more violence and betrayal in store for them. Their biggest and most violent trial is yet to come, as does retribution and impossible odds to survive. I loved this book. It catches your attention from the start and doesn't let go. Can love, trust and support conquer the curveball thrown at this young couple? You'll have to read it to find out and I really recommend that you do.I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review for WTMO Bloggers.
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Lucy is fourteen when she escapes her hellish life. Scared and alone she hides in a warehouse. Jordan and Twisted, two members of a MC find her, and the club eventually offer her protection.
The story spans the next four years, and I enjoyed watching relationships grow, not only between Lucy and Jordan but Lucy’s relationships with all the club members. There are some difficult and graphic scenes that were hard to read but kept me gripped the entire time.
I love this genre, and have read a lot of books from it. But I feel it’s getting more difficult to find a book that feels like an MC book but is original. But I really feel I got that from Corrupted. I really enjoyed it, and am looking forward to the next book in the series.
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