Riven Knight (Clifton Forge, #2) by Devney Perry

This book was amazing!!! Beyond thrilled that it answered the questions that I had from book 1 and didn’t add any new questions. I was even surprised at times during the book which is one of my favorite things.

I felt that the book was very well-written, quick paced, and easy to ready in 1 or 2 sittings. It was very difficult to put down and captured my attention immediately. 

I loved the slow burn of Isiah and Genevieve. It was the perfect build to the perfect fire for this couple and I think they are my favorite couple of this series thus far!

The loyalty between all of the main characters is wonderful and I love that it is a true brotherhood, even if technically the brotherhood no longer exists. I’m glad that Genevieve stands her own against Dash and he finally realizes that he needs to just suck up his emotions. The acceptance everyone has for each other and the immediate loyalty, no questions asked, whenever they find out something new is inspiring. For this book, the romance definitely took a back seat which I was fine with. It added fun spice to the story but the main story was well developed and didn’t need to be overshadowed.


Genevieve Daylee didn’t expect to be standing in front of a judge on her twenty-seventh birthday. But ever since her life became entangled with a former motorcycle gang, she’s learned not to expect anything but trouble.

Her mother, a woman she once admired and adored, is gone, leaving behind a trail of secrets and lies. She’s living in a tiny apartment above a garage owned by her brother, a man who loathes her very existence. And the father she met beside her mother’s grave is as much of a stranger as Isaiah Reynolds, the broken man with soulless eyes standing beside her in front of the judge.

Isaiah is her protector from the murderer at large in Clifton Forge. Though he’s more like a riven knight in dented armor than a prince on a white stallion. She knows next to nothing 


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