Boy oh boy, where do I begin?
I finished reading Undeniable last night but I needed time to process everything.
Without giving too much away let me briefly summarize this book. Undeniable is the story of Deuce & Eva. The book begins when Eva is five and meets Deuce who is then twenty-three. Their first meeting happens to be while visiting both their fathers in prison. Deuce is the son of Reaper, Prez of the Hell’s Horsemen while Eva is the son of Preacher, Prez of the Silver Demons Motorcycle Club . While technically they are rival clubs these clubs come together throughout the years to conduct business, usually in the form of some criminal activity. This book explores the MC lifestyle, every aspect of it. The loyalty, the love, the rage, the rough, rugged and the raw. This story is NOT a love story, well, not a conventional one. It is filled with pain, pleasure and completely horrendous acts of betrayal. There are moments you want to scream, moments you want to swoon and moments you completely lose your ground.
This book shadows the lives of Eva and Deuce over the course of a twenty-five year period. Twenty-five years of insanity and absolute madness. It is filled with heartbreak, unadulterated passion and absolute horrific moments that make you wonder “why am I reading this and why do I still love it?” I will mention one thought and I’m sorry for bringing this up even though I quite enjoyed the book there were way too many “Bitch” moments meaning too many guys calling women bitches. I am the least offended when it comes to cursing but I think there were moments when it was unnecessary. Deuce was big on respecting women but there were so many moments when he’d turn around and call them a bitch as well as other men throughout the book. That’s really my only negative thought. I mean there were some incredibly screwed up moments but they only made you curious to know what would happen next.
Madeline Sheehan nailed this one! I believe there are more books to follow but I think Deuce and Eva were quite enough for me…for now.
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