Hawk by Patricia Rasey


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Hawk is the second book in the Sons of Sangue series and I truly enjoyed it. It picks up from where Viper left off and just keeps on rolling with some unbelievable surprises.
Kaleb “Hawk” Tepes is now the president of his MC after his brother Viper stepped down. It’s not smooth sailing for Hawk as president; there is still someone out to get the Sons of Sangue or more specifically Hawk himself! Kaleb tries to focus on the person that is after him and his new responsibilities as President. As things get pretty intense for the Sons of Sangue and he tries to navigate all the trouble rolling in Hawk makes the decision to bring Suzi Stevens deeper into his life, who he has a love/hate relationship with for the past ten years. He soon comes to realizes that this might be the best place for her to be.
Suzi has been in love with Hawk for years and has had to stand on the sidelines watching him from afar while struggling with her feelings for him. When things turn ugly for Hawk and the Sons of Sangue Suzi offers her help. But her help comes with a price; the reveal of secrets that can change the perception of someone close to Hawk. What happens when secrets are revealed and the truth finally comes out?
I loved Hawk from when he was introduced in Viper. He is the quintessential Alpha Male! He is a super-hot vampire that rides a bike. Can it get any better? I always felt that he was a little bit of a hard-ass but in his book he actually shows a softer side of course that only comes out with Suzi but it’s great to see. As he finally comes to realize his feelings for Suzi hasn’t changed in years he is forced to confront old jealousies that he has harbored for years. When Suzi was introduced in Viper I felt she was nothing more than an airhead blood donor. In Hawk Suzi really comes into her own, she is a complex character that finally gets her time to shine. She is extremely loyal and is willing to help Hawk out regardless of how he has treated her in the past and knowing that she might get hurt in the process. Together Hawk and Suzi generate some pretty heavy chemistry.
Hawk is one wild ride! It is well written with a really great story line…Vampires and MC, a great combination. Viper and all the other members of the Sons of Sangue continue to be a huge part of the story and help create a wonderful cast of characters (what made me most happy was finding out what happened to Viper and Cara!). Hawk also deliverers some OMG surprises that are making me crave the next book in the series. If you enjoy paranormal, MC or really any romance with a sexy alpha male and sweet heroine than Hawk is the book.

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From The Author:

Kaleb “Hawk” Tepes, as president of the Sons of Sangue and descendant of Vlad III, needs to keep his head focused on club business. Trouble is someone wants to divest him of it for a crime he committed against his vampire predecessors. He can’t afford distractions, especially those that come in the form of a five-foot-two sprite named Suzi, who once belonged to his nephew. In a moment of weakness, he makes a snap decision that can only spell trouble. Now faced with the one person who wants him dead, Kaleb must make the ultimate sacrifice or chance losing the only woman he truly desired forever.

Suzi Stevens has tried hard to put her past behind her and move forward. The one man she yearns for over all others, believes her to be nothing but cold-hearted. Hearing that someone has tried to behead him, she shelves past prejudices and rushes to his side, needing to see for herself that he’s all right. What she doesn’t count on is Hawk’s demand to take her as his personal blood donor. Now forced to endure his company, she fears losing her heart for all eternity to the one person who has the power to crush her


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