Until Mayhem by Layla Frost
Series: Happily Ever Alpha World
Also in this series: Until the Tequila, Until the Lightning Strikes, Until Joe
Published by Boom Factory on April 16th 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Biker / MC
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She was my princess.
I was her psycho.
Two worlds colliding with a BOOM.
There was a sh*tstorm brewing. Whispers. Rumbles. A rot—fueled by greed and protected by corruption—that’d seeped like sewage, eating away at everything it touched. The only people I trusted were my brother by blood, my brothers by patch, and the crazy Irish-Scottish bastard I did jobs for.
That was why, when the hot-as-hell blonde started trailing my brothers and me, I had to act.
Maybe Ophelia Kline was working with the enemy—playing me with lies from that damn mouth. Or maybe she was innocent—caught in the spread of toxic rot.
Either way, she was mine. And when push came to glock-in-the-face, I wouldn’t let her go.
Because all good relationships start with a BOOM and a little kidnapping… right?
This is a Happily Ever Alpha novella featuring crossover from the Hyde Series and Aurora Rose Reynolds' Until Series. It can be read as a standalone, but it's recommended you read Until Nox first since a certain accented someone shows up often.
Warning: Not recommended for readers under the age of 18 due to alllll the good things: Adult language. Adult situations. Biker hotties who work in the gray. And an OTT hero who knows what he wants when he gets hit by the BOOM.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Holy Boom on steroids, Batman! Let me preface this review with this quote.
“My life wasn’t Beauty and the Beast. I wasn’t going to be Stockholm Syndromed.”
Well, Ophelia, you totally were. And no one is complaining about it! The combination of Ms. Frost’s writing and the ARR Boom! universe was once again absolutely epic. I’m not going to go into details, but I will say that Until Mayhem gave me an early Kristen Ashley’s Chaos meets raunchy OTT Alexa Riley feel that I absolutely adored.
As usual, Ophelia was sweet, sassy, could absolutely kick ass and had a very filthy mind… The perfect Layla Frost heroine.
“I didn’t know anything about Judge’s boom, but I was eager to experience his bang.”
Judge was bossy biker perfection. It took him one look to decide to go after Ophelia, and he does not hold back. He was rough, followed his own code, but to his girl, he was a total teddy-bear… if they’re fond of kidnapping, that is.
Until Mayhem has everything you could ask for and more and considering this is novella sized, that’s saying something. I was having such an awesome time I didn’t want it to end! With action, a bit of intrigue, lots of hot bikers but one especially sexy and obsessed, sexnanigans galore and more than one appearance by my still most favorite Layla Frost hero, Nox I was in OTT romance heaven the whole time.
Rating: 5 “OTT Bikers 4-evah” Stars
I’ve actually been on an enforced way-longer-than-expected leave from reading and reviewing but I just had to pop in and gush about Layla Frost’s Until Mayhem. I knew whatever she gave us was going to be fun and I was not disappointed.
I could not have asked for a better pick me up than this book. Judge made a serious error in judgment when he met Ophelia, but good golly did he make up for it. As for Ophelia, she was pretty dang kickass considering the circumstances.
I loved getting a check in from my favorite Hyde and Seek characters. Even better, since it’s a crossover novella with ARR’s Until series, Ms. Frost not only gave us a boom, she gave me a whole heck of a lot of bang too… wink wink.
This was sexy as hell, funny, and gave me some hot biker sweet too.
Bravo, Ms. Frost!
Rating: 5 Bangilicious Stars
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