Series: Hell's Handlers MC
Author: Lilly Atlas
Genre: MC Romance
Life, death, trauma, healing; the Hell’s Handlers have been through it all over the past year. They’ve conquered old enemies, acquired new ones, and struggled through devastating upheavals. So far, they’ve come out on top, knocking down challenges by focusing on one essential ideal: family above all. With Copper at the helm, the Handlers are a patchwork family of bikers who will fight to the death for what they’ve created.
And after all they’ve survived over the past three hundred and sixty-five days, the Handlers are ready to lay down their weapons, pick up their drinks, and coast through the holidays with nothing but joy in mind. But as often happens with life in an MC, Christmas takes a back seat to club drama.
As the year rolls to a close, the men and women of the club will experience new life, new chapters in love, and plenty of new beginnings. But not everything is sparkly and bright as dangerous enemies threaten the tight-knit group of rough and rowdy bikers. Will twenty-nineteen end in tragedy, or will the club once again emerge victorious in time to find a little joy for the holidays?
This book focuses on ALL of the Hell's Handlers previous couples and club members and it told from various points of view. I loved catching up with everyone as they get ready to celebrate Christmas, but if you think this is just one giant love fest it's not. There is a new MC in town and that can only mean trouble for the Hell's Handlers. There is also a visitor from someone's past that shows up right before Christmas, is it a Christmas Miracle?
If you haven't read any of the previous books in the series I wouldn't advise you reading this book yet, but if you have (I've only read two previously Zach and Little Jack) and their the ones closest to this one I would say go for it.
Lilly Atlas is a contemporary romance author, proud Navy wife, and mother of two spunky girls. By day she works as a physical therapist for a hospital in Virginia. Lilly is an avid romance reader, and expects her Kindle to beg for mercy every time she downloads a new eBook. Thankfully, it hasn’t happened yet, and she can often be found absorbed in a good book.
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