Title: Bottom Line
Series: Devil's Due MC #6
Author: Chelsea Camaron
Genre: MC Romance
Beaten at the hands of his peers, he knows judgment. The domino effect of one person's crime going unpunished never heals.
He's no saint.
Mitchell "Trapper" Gates fears nothing. He begs for death and relishes life on the edge.
He's also not afraid to call himself a sinner.
Trapper knows what it is to be violated and what it feels like to deliver a death blow. He knows love and he knows pain.
However, one person knows his every secret.
When Avery has waited long enough, can Trapper see beyond their past and into their future? Or is he too late?
Love, hate, anger, and passion collide as the time comes and the devil demands his due.
Twinsie Talks - "I have WAITED and WAITED for this book. OMG the secrets that are spilled. The story of Trapper and Avery is something I never saw coming."
Spunky-n-Sassy - "Never ever have I read a book this perfect."
HOLY MOTHER OF BOMB SHELLS!!! I DID NOT see that coming AT ALL!!! Wow, you got me good Ms. Camaron. I had to go back and reread three or four times. At first I thought it was a typo. Dang!!
At long last Trapper’s story is here. Typically, a reviewer would talk a bit about the story, but I just can’t except to say, DAMN and WOW! That was a hard life Mitchell and Aver had. Glad they had each other.
I have enjoyed the Devils Due series and am sad to see a liked group of guys and their series come to an end. Ms. Caramron, you have hit me with my biggest pet peeve, your story line does not always mesh. Mitchell leaves town when he is 18. He is gone for 8 years. He comes back when he is 28? I know I’m not good at math but…. At another point someone never told someone else about something that happened (sorry, can’t give it away) then not long after, they’ve told them EVERYTHING. The one thing I need in order to make a story believable is consistency within the story line. So as much as I enjoyed this book, it is my kind of book (wink wink), these inconsistencies took away from my enjoyment of the story. 3.5 Stars.
Great conclusion, sad that the series is over. These six men came together to right wrongs, undue mistakes in their pasts and have found futures. The last one to find resolution is Trapper. This man has made a life after an unspeakable childhood. The one person in his life to make that bearable is Avery. Leaving this love, the one person he could trust has wreaked him. However, protecting Avery meant leaving the small town. They have touched base but never reunited. With all his brothers settled is it his turn?
The story moves from the past explaining what we never knew. Some despicable truths, some real surprises which I will not reveal. This story is gut-wrenching yet with always the hope that maybe a reunion is possible. The characters are incredibly strong to have made it through their childhood. In the end, we get a series epilog of all the couples. A satisfying conclusion to an intense series. This is a unique MC story with more vagabonds than the traditional MC club. However, the loyalties and support are as strong or more so than any MC.
Reviewed for Words Turn Me On
Chelsea Camaron is a small town Carolina girl with a big imagination. She is a wife and mom chasing her dreams. She writes contemporary romance, erotic suspense, and psychological thrillers. She loves to write blue-collar men who have real problems with a fictional twist. From mechanics to bikers to oil riggers to smokejumpers, bar owners, and beyond, she loves a strong hero who works hard and plays harder.