Viper (Hell’s Handlers MC Book 9) by Lilly Atlas

Blurb:

I loved you yesterday, I love you today, and I’ll love you tomorrow whether you’re here with me or waiting for me among the stars.

Known to the Hell’s Handlers Motorcycle Club as Mama V, Cassie is living a full life she could never have dreamed of growing up in a wealthy, loveless, and miserable household. With her family and beloved husband Viper at her back, she’s survived loss, club rivalries, injuries, and illness. Now, she’s coping with the challenge of a lifetime, one she can never defeat but must learn to accept and survive no matter how difficult.

Faced with life-changing tragedy and decisions on how to move forward, Cassie can’t help but reminisce on the events of the past that led her to her Hell’s Handlers family, starting with the fateful day she met Viper. Had it not been for him, Cassie’s life would have taken a drastically different and possibly deadly course.

My Review:

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I knew, before I even got started, that this book was going to leave me in tears, and I was right. I was just a few pages in, and had tears streaking my face. But there were more than a few times, while reading their story, that Viper and Mama V had me laughing and crying at the same time! This story isn’t your typical HEA romance. Nope, this one is a romance for the ages, one that reaffirms that HEA can be for always, and that true love can even transcend the finality of death!

This story starts with tragedy, and ends with the promise that life does go on, even after heartache. This is the story of how a life long love got started under the craziest of circumstances, and how they made it work, even when times got tough and they didn’t think they could find a way. Viper and Cassie are the heart and soul of the Hell’s Handlers MC, and their love was one that was an inspiration for all of the generations that followed. Even through all of the tears, I’m still so glad I read their story!

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