Book Review: It Ain’t Me, Babe (Hades Hangmen, #1)

It Ain't Me, Babe by Tillie Cole It Ain’t Me, Babe by Tillie Cole

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Song: Black Sabbath – Heaven And Hell

“Sinning never felt so good”

Jeezusss! This is so messed up and yet I couldn’t hate it if I tried. I could hate on people who are actually living in the type of religious cults/communes as are described here. Because, seriously, old bastards using young girls to “get closer to God” is so not cool.

And can real life Texans tell me it’s not all KKK, Neos, religious cults and MC clubs there? Are there any normals at all? I’m kidding, I’m kidding, take your rifle away from my face.

I had a slight problem with the way guys in the Hangmen were treating and speaking to girls in general, but I don’t know enough about biker culture to judge about it from the informed point of view. Although I suppose if girls let themselves be treated that way, then by all means…

The ending made me excited to see what drama would transpire with Ky and Flame next. This should be fun.

Over and out

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