SANCTUM (MC DOGS BOOK1) by Sienna Valentine
WoW what an incredibly intense start to a series, but I loved it! This is the second book by Sienna Valentine I’ve read in one sitting, but of two different storylines and I cannot get enough! She has a way of not only gripping you but keeping your attention from the first line throughout the entire book, it flows seamlessly. I’ve read many MC books, and luckily they’re different, but this one still flows along the truthfulness of what TRUELY happens within that life. They are family first and protect each other when it’s needed, especially when it’s the Pres’ daughter. Even after she’s run away and comes back bringing trouble to their doorstep.
Maggie and Jase are in love, they’re young but know it’s the real thing. The problem is that Maggie is the Pres’ only daughter and he wants her as far away from club business as he can get her. Jase is in thick with Henry, he saved him after there was trouble within his life when he was young. Jase wants Maggie to move in with him and wait it out in hopes Henry will come to his senses and let them be together. Maggie wants Jase to marry her and move away with her. Jase says no, so Maggie runs away on her own. Which only breaks both of their hearts.
Maggie ends up in trouble and right back into the town she vowed never to return to, but she needs her father and his MC’s protection. It’s definitely not what she ever wanted to do or ask for. But she has to face her father. Henry of course will protect her, but she has to tell him what’s going on. Henry in turn puts his best guy on protection detail, who happens to be Jase! Can Jase and Maggie get over their past history in order to keep her safe? Or will the hurt and hate get in the way and get them both killed? You’ll have to read it to find out, but I cannot wait to read Retribution (MC DOGS Book 2). Due to sexual situations, this book is recommended for readers 17 and older. I give this story 5 stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟!
FAVORITE QUOTE: “I’m just saying some people burn bright, and it’s not always a bad thing. It’s not a curse. You just have to find hands that can handle you.”