* Review * LOKI’S LUCK by Monique Moreau

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * LOKI’S LUCK by Monique MoreauLoki's Luck by Monique Moreau
Series: The Demon Squad MC #3
on October 10, 2020
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A damaged biker.

A younger woman.

An exchange of sex for secrets.

To punish himself for his baby brother's death, Loki is determined to live a life of abstinence—no partying, no women, no nothing. He stays focused by throwing himself into managing the MC's new gym. But when he's roped into teaching a self-defense class, the supervisor threatens his self-control. Although the annoying little pixie loves butting into his business, Loki’s gaze keeps returning to her luscious curves. Again and again.

As a social worker, Abby is called to help troubled souls and she's never met anyone more broken than Loki. Determined to heal him, she offers him a deal: he can have her—any way he wants—in exchange for stories from his past. Whatever it takes for her to uncover the truth, she's game.

When Loki's enemies hurt Abby to get to him, the biker revs up for a long-overdue fight. He'll have to convince Abby she's safer by his side or risk losing her completely.


A gut wrenchingly real depiction of a soul left behind. With book three in her Demon Squad MC series Monique Moreau delighted this reader with a spot-on rendition of grief. If you’ve been following along with the series, we all knew Loki’s story was going to rip our hearts out piece by piece … but what we didn’t know was the beautiful awakening that would come afterwards. I’ve been watching this author’s voice grow stronger with each book in the series, and with Loki, pure perfection spewed out. I’m so looking forward to seeing what’s coming next in the series! * Note: Must be okay with dom/sub relations to enjoy *

Loki is a complex character in this series. He has done some lowdown things that might make a reader think he’s a jerk, but as we get to know his inner workings and how he feels about the loss he’s suffered, we understand that he’s not exactly intentionally bringing pain to others on purpose, he’s just being jabby with anything good in his life that he feels like he no longer deserves … like love, friendship, loyalty.

Abby is pure to the core, so watching her work her magic on Loki in such a sassy way is satisfying. She knows he needs an outlet for his pain, and she’s willing to be that … in more ways than one.

I highly recommend this book and the entire series to anyone who enjoys a gritty MC filled with good along with the occasional evil mixed in with a strong brotherhood and a growing amount of love.


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