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A Leap in the Dark (Assassins of Youth MC Book 2) by [Wolfe, Layla]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4257 KB
  • Print Length: 237 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1530492998
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  • Publisher: Quicksilver Books (5 Mar. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01CMWJXYW
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Another Fantastic addition to the Assassins of Youth MC Series.
Wow this book is Beautiful in its own way. 5 stars
I love this series and with it based around a cult has my interest heightened it's such an interesting way on how there ran and these books pulled me in and even though we can't fully understand there mind sets its so intriguing.

We have young men who have been kicked aside and with nothing they find Levon who is an outcast himself he knows what these boys need even if it is not where they really would of chosen deep down but its survival and this book portrays survival on different levels.
They need safety and a place to lay there heads so Levon provides that the only way he could.
I knew how Oaklyn felt about Levon at first, your seeing him running a brothel and believe he's using these boys but then you get deeper into the store and even I started to like him for what he is.

This book was very different from the first this one shows the nature of Homophobia and true reality that these men have to survive. This very said thing is it happens every day just outside our doors.

Gritty, highly explicit and brutal but all well balanced.
Words can be binding and fear is everyone's prisoner. Everyone wears there own mask but some of them hid behind there's to gain that trust. It's amazing how these cults work and have the power they do.
This book will have you thinking and as me looking forwards to more.
I had the privilege to review this and highly recommend this and the series.
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This is a standalone book but if you read Through A Glass, Darkly first it's even better as it builds on the world from the first book.

The books centres around Levon, a 'lost boy' turned brothel owner/worker and Oaklyn, a nurse and sister of Mahalia from the first book. They pretty much hate each other on principle at the start of the story and it's great watching their relationship develop as they realise that you really shouldn't judge a book by it's cover. Levon relocates to Avalanche to try and go straight while also keeping an eye on Deloy a fellow lost boy. In doing so he can no longer hide from his past that caused him to become a lost boy but he now isn't alone and has Oaklyn, Deloy and the rest of the Assassins of Youth MC watching his back.

In my opinion this is my favourite of Layla's books. The description is vivid and sucks you in. The characters have depth and engage you. I devoured the whole book in 24 hours. I look forward to seeing what else Layla can bring to this series but I will say that I especially loved the side character of Deloy, I hope he gets his own book in the future as I'd love to see more of his character!
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Another gritty biker story from Layla Wolfe that had me reading until the early hours...
This book is more gentle than most of her novels set in the world of biker gangs...yes, there is violence, yes there are sex scenes, but the back stories of the characters are much more poignant in this one.
The book is centred on the harm done to the vulnerable (of both sexes) by cults, corrupt authorities and judgmental society. Who can blame them for finding "family" and acceptance wherever they can?

My only quibble with the book is that I couldn't get a true picture of Oaklyn, the main female character. The male characters were all well described and I could picture them...but she remained indistinct. Perhaps that is my failing rather than the author's.

I received an ARC from the author in return for an honest review.
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A Leap in the Dark is book 2 of The Assassins of Youth MC series by Miss Layla Wolfe. Although this can be read as a standalone, I would suggest reading Through a Glass, Darkly first. This way, it will help knowing the background stories.
Here we meet two characters, destined to be together, Oaklyn & Levon. Oaklyn is one smart, and sassy woman- a perfect compliment for Levon. Their relationship starts off a little rocky, but the steam and heat level sure does rise!!! I could not put this down….another awesome book I know you will love and embrace. I am waiting with baited breath for the next installment..
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x984bf06c) out of 5 stars 59 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x984bcc78) out of 5 stars A powerful follow-up to the first book...gritty and frank 7 Mar. 2016
By SEB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Book two in the Assassins of Youth MC series tackles the issues of homophobia masked as something else entirely, the sad situation with the Lost Boys (those young males who were cast out of the polygamist cult into the desert to die) and Oaklyn (Mahalia's sister) as she meets her match in Levon, an outcast himself who took the boys and gave them a home. Unfortunately, the "home" life was prostitution but Levon felt he was doing a service giving these kids an income and a safe place away from the cult. When Oaklyn comes to give the boys a physical exam, she fights an attraction to the man she feels is exploiting these kids until she gets a lesson in who is really the one to blame and has her eyes opened to the absolute corruption in their town.
As with all of Layla Wolfe's books, the dialogue is very frank, the sex explicit and the violence cruel and brutal. The characters are all complex and make you either fall in love with them or despise them with all of your being.
A very interesting and powerful follow-up to the first book and as much as it shocks with its gritty action, there are messages to be seen and lessons learned: what makes a person, no matter who they love, worth receiving that love and how dishonest some "good" men can really be underneath the fake front they put on for society.
I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

***** 5 ***** "she tries to top from the bottom and succeeds" stars
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x989e1b70) out of 5 stars Fantastic Addition. 7 Mar. 2016
By Maddie Bookaholic - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Another Fantastic addition to the Assassins of Youth MC Series.
Wow this book is Beautiful in its own way. 5 stars
I love this series and with it based around a cult has my interest heightened it's such an interesting way on how there ran and these books pulled me in and even though we can't fully understand there mind sets its so intriguing.

We have young men who have been kicked aside and with nothing they find Levon who is an outcast himself he knows what these boys need even if it is not where they really would of chosen deep down but its survival and this book portrays survival on different levels.
They need safety and a place to lay there heads so Levon provides that the only way he could.
I knew how Oaklyn felt about Levon at first, your seeing him running a brothel and believe he's using these boys but then you get deeper into the store and even I started to like him for what he is.

This book was very different from the first this one shows the nature of Homophobia and true reality that these men have to survive. This very said thing is it happens every day just outside our doors.

Gritty, highly explicit and brutal but all well balanced.
Words can be binding and fear is everyone's prisoner. Everyone wears there own mask but some of them hid behind there's to gain that trust. It's amazing how these cults work and have the power they do.
This book will have you thinking and as me looking forwards to more.
I had the privilege to review this and highly recommend this and the series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99f0be94) out of 5 stars Take downs, Justice, & New Chances 7 Mar. 2016
By Lenna WB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I can't get enough of of these bikers, oh my.
This story is milder in the while fundy B.S. then Gideon's story. It's there but not as much. This is about the oldest leader of the Lost Boys that has save many boys as he could and gave them a mission to live and work to make a good chunk of change and to create the Liberty Temple. Now these Lost Boy's that little there are escort's and bookers but they only do what they want no one forces them into anything. Oaklyn thinks that Levon is their pump (he also is a paid escort as well) and think he forces these boys to be paid for their bodies by old fundy pervs, but Oaklyn will take sometime into thinking that Levon was really their own savior. We get to meet Deloy he had a rough childhood when was caught making out with another boy and he was the one beat up and tossed away.
The current Mayor of Avalanche the evil sinful Ladell Pratt, will make is life mission to own his beautiful slave boy Levon. That man is crazy as a loon and making of a blackmail master mind. From the evil will help build The Assassins of Youth MC with new people, nurse Oaklyn, adopted little brother (my opinion) Deloy, and sensei Levon ( your just have to read what he teaches. Of course let's not forget Levin has a kink of BDSM. I do hope Deloy does get his HEA after everything he has gone through he needs his dreams to happen.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x98477b94) out of 5 stars Another great read!!!!! 8 Mar. 2016
By Erin Osborne - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received an ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review. Layla Wolfe is an amazing author! I have read a lot of MC books and this one is great! The thing that makes it so great is that it isn't like the rest of the MC genre. But, it still makes you feel and emphasize with the characters of the story.
Oaklyn is an RN that helps her sister out by going to perform exams on the Lost Boys that live at the Liberty Temple. There she meets Levon and the two immediately butt heads. However, Oaklyn goes about her business and moves to Avalanche to get out of where she's been living and away from her playboy boyfriend.
Levon is one of the Lost Boys that turned his life around and begins to run Liberty Temple with the rest of the Lost Boys. He has done what he has had to do in order to survive.
When Levon needs help, he calls Oaklyn, not once but twice. She doesn't even hesitate to help him. Can Levon get past the people that are trying to use him and threaten him? Can Oaklyn put her feelings aside and see the man that Levon truly is? Can the two build a family together on their own? There are so many questions that Oaklyn and Levon need to answer. This book is amazing! If you haven't read the series, then I highly recommend it! You won't regret buying it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x98478a44) out of 5 stars Engaging Read! 7 Mar. 2016
By Momma Hellmouth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
My Review of Leap in the Dark (The Assassins of Youth MC#2) by Layla Wolfe
My Rating 5 Stars
I enjoy how Layla Wolfe put words to paper, she gives us an engaging story that has you turning the pages.
This is the second installment of the series and so different from the first, yet perfectly written. I loved it!
Oaklyn and Levon, wow! What a story. There are some many different elements to their story that I found myself pulled in to their journey, one that has many ups and downs, twists and turns. The religious cult that these two have either survived or escaped from is their connection. I loved Levon’s character and Oaklyn’s what a pair they are! This story is one you can’t go wrong with reading, as it will captivate you. This story will give you the “Feels” I highly recommend you read this book or any of Layla’s work as you will not be disappointed at all.
* Received an ARC courtesy of the Author Layla Wolfe in exchange for an honest review**
**Reviewed for Hellmouth’s Bookblog & Reviews**
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