Sam Crescent did a wonderful job on this book. Gash is the thirteenth entry to The Skulls series and one of my favorites. I know I say that about them all, this series is so good, but this one has a lot of interesting developments with a romance that was touching and took me deep into the mythology where it all started. It was really well done and totally unexpected.
This is Gash and Charlotte's story. Readers know that Gash has a dark vendetta to fulfill on the people who put him in prison. So he has tracked down Charlotte and discovers he was wrong about her. Charlotte had been tormented enough and as soon as Gash realized what they had lost then he went all protective alpha and claimed her as his old lady. They would track down their enemies together. I liked how Gash understood that Charlotte needed to be a part of the revenge but their problems were far from over it seemed.
This plot was intricately woven into the mystery arc involving The Skulls and Chaos Bleeds. Who is Master ? His identity is finally revealed in this book and ironically he is connected to The Skulls. There were many other interesting events and sub stories, as well. Sam Crescent does a fantastic job keeping the readers hooked and looking hopefully toward to the future. I can't wait to see a legacy series for the Skulls and Chaos kids. Simon and Tabitha, please, and Anthony and Daisy too. I digress a little but that is exactly what an invested reader does. We hope, dream and even beg.
So once again Sam Crescent has written a wonderful story. It's exciting and sexy and fast paced. Gash is another satisfying entry to the series and I am one happy reader.
Seven years ago, Gash was sent to prison on false rape and murder charges. He put the club first, but now it’s time for him to get his revenge. There’s one woman from his past who may have all the answers: Charlotte. But is she also to blame for his imprisonment?
From the first moment Charlotte saw Gash, she fell in love with him. He was a hardened biker, but she saw something inside him that touched her heart. Now time has damaged both of them, and neither is the same. As they dig deeper into the past, Gash realizes Charlotte is not guilty and was hurt, too, by his enemies. Revenge matters even more now, for her sake, and now that Charlotte is in his life, he’s not going to let her go.
When their enemy’s identity is revealed, will Gash risk Charlotte’s life, or will he let Master go to protect the woman he loves?