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Slayer (Sons of Rebellion Book 1) by [Day, Elsa]
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About the Author

Elsa Day loves writing stories about characters just beginning to discover adulthood. Her books have romance, angst, and just the right amount of spice! When she's not writing, Elsa can probably be found chugging tea, listening to international music, and baking sweets. She enjoys sketching, painting, and photography, but writing will always be her first love.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1698 KB
  • Print Length: 71 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tsuki no Usagi Press (30 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M9P6EZE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,344 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I came across this book while looking for another and I liked the blurb the reviews however were mixed, very mixed the first reviews I came across were 5* 2* 1* 3* 5* 1* only one missing was a 4* one.
So now I'm intrigued and I have to read it.
It's only 70 pages long, the first in a series of 3 books all about Hunter and Nadia so chances are it will have a cliffhanger but all 3 books are available. I like to know in advance since I hate cliffhangers but I figure it's not really a cliffhanger if I can move straight onto the next book.
Anyway my review...
Nadia was born into the MC her father is president of the Midnight Stalkers Motorcycle Club and at times she feels that her life isn't her own she's protected and watched wherever she goes.
Hunter is from a rival club the Sons of Rebellion MC and he's in the Midnight Stalkers territory on a deadly mission but then he meets Nadia....
I liked it, I would have liked more of it, it's an insta-love which is not normally my thing but in a book of this length there's not a lot of space to build up the relationship so insta-love it is, the rest should come over the remaining two books.
I'm moving straight onto 'Hunter' now.
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I was privileged to beta read Slayer (Sons of Rebellion MC #1) by the amazing author Elsa Day, whose writing style always has me one clicking her books ever since my first read. Slayer was a thrilling and raw read that also showcased comical moments between the characters, making me laugh out loud as I not only fell for her lead characters but also the secondary. Hunter aka Slayer rides into Queenstown with his two mc brothers Jase and Brent, accompanied with battle scars on his body and a mission in hand to eliminate those on his hit list he runs into distraction. Nadia's character was fun as she battled against her princess title of the Midnight Stalkers mc, wanting to live a normal life and to love freely but had her choices taken away from her by her family. Hearing things from her mother had her fleeing for freedom and straight into Hunter. I loved the roughness and sexual chemistry that brewed between Hunter and Nadia it was hot and showed his possessiveness. Elsa Day's books are always fun to read and they fly by so quick that you get wrapped up in her world and beg to already own the next instalment, luckily she doesn't leave us fans waiting too long after recovering from the cliff hanger. I can't wait to uncover the mystery behind Hunter and to see how far he will go to keep Nadia in his life, and if she can live with what he is about to unleash bring it!
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I really enjoyed this snippet (and yes it is only a small proportion of the novel) BUT the author has divided a book up here into three parts where it was completely unnecessary to do so. Always comes across hugely greedy to me.
Don't read unless you want to buy two more parts to finish the story.
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I try to look for authors who write series, so was pleased to stumble across this series. Was just getting into it - a HOUR in and it finished!!! Just quickly looked at rest of books 90 pages long, 180pages etc Won't b reading anymore. Feel it should b in one book then it'd b worth it, sorry feel conned and it was starting to get good.
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3.5 Stars

I found it really hard to rate this book, I went back and forth between 3.5 and 4 stars for ages, and I'm still not satisfied with my final rating. To be honest I'd say it's somewhere in the middle, 3.75 stars to be pernickety.
The writing was good and the storyline was intriguing enough to make me want to continue with the series to find out what happens between Hunter and Nadia. Nadia is the daughter of the president of the Midnight Stalkers MC, Hunter is the Sergeant-At-Arms of a rival MC, Sons of Rebellion. Hunter has been tasked with a deadly mission, a kill list of Midnight Stalkers. The two meet at a bar, neither know who the other is but their attraction to each other is strong. Another positive about this book, the chemistry between the two main characters was off the charts!
Now the reason I couldn't quite stretch to a four star rating? It was just too damn short. I realise this is part of a serial, and I have no problem with that, I for one love a serial! But because it was so short there was almost no character development. There was also no development of the relationship between the two characters. Oh there was chemistry for miles, but no time for anything beyond that to develop. Unfortunately it is one of my pet peeves in books, insta-love, one of the characters stating that the other is "theirs" or explaining how they can't imagine their life without the other when they've only known each other a day. Call me cynical but I just can't buy into it. I'll be continuing with the series though to find out what becomes of these two and I hope with the next book, with the progression in the story and the timeline of the story, this insta-love business will no longer be an issue.
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