Release Blitz and Review: Point of Freedom: Stacey Lynn

Point of Freedom (Nordic Lords MC, #3)
Stacey Lynn
Release Date: October 23, 2014
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Broken Dreams.

Jules McAllister has loved and lost.

She experienced the gut wrenching pain of grief after her boyfriend, Scratch, a member of the Nordic Lords MC, died on the same night that she told him they were going to have a child.

Grief stricken and destroyed, she left Jasper Bay, unable to tell anyone the truth of what really happened that fateful night.

When her childhood friend, Olivia needs her, Jules realizes it’s time to return home and give her daughter what she wants most – a family.

But Jules didn’t count on the tumultuous emotions she would feel around Scratch’s brooding and angry brother, Jaden.

Jaden has vowed to never forgive Jules for, what he feels is her role his brother’s death. Being face to face with Jules again, who is now a mother to a young child, he finds that his anger hasn’t waned and swears to have nothing to do with mom or child.

But how can he reconcile the burning fury in his soul with the irrational urge to touch her? To taste her? To own her completely?

Can wounded hearts that still bleed ever be healed? And can two people broken by their pasts find freedom from their pain in each other?

Or will a night of passion destroy them both?

Drool pooled at the edges of my mouth as I stared at him in the early morning daylight. So early that I could tell through the cheap, dusty blinds that the sun was just starting to come up. The small glimpse of light was enough for me to know that he might look like Scratch…

But he didn’t.

He was hard and defined and rough and angry in a way that was uniquely him.

I licked my lips, tried to turn around and search for my damn shoes. I had to get out of there. Quickly.

But when I did, my hip bumped his table and I let out a quiet curse, biting my lip to keep from swearing louder.

“Your shoes are in the truck.”

Crap. I’d woken the beast.

I’ve been looking forward to this book from the beginning of the series. We’ve seen Jules and Jaden as they avoid and work to maintain the animosity they’ve been holding onto for years. 

When Scratch, Jules’s boyfriend and Jaden’s little brother, died in a motorcycle accident Jules left town pregnant and Jaden was left with nothing but the club. Now that Jules is back with her two year old daughter, they cannot ignore the feelings between them, both the anger and the attraction.

I have always loved Jules. She had a good head on her shoulders, was loyal to her friends, dropped everything to be with Liv, has raised her daughter without help. But somewhere along the way, she lost some of her strength and I found myself a little disappointed with her here. I didn’t recognize her and for a while I wasn’t sure I liked her. She did redeem herself in the end, but that moment Jaden needed her most she wasn’t who I hoped she would be. 

But despite being disappointed with Jules, Jaden was everything I was hoping for. While his reasons for shutting Jules out were not surprising, letting her in was not as easy as recognizing why he was keeping her out. 

I loved watching the relationship between Jade and Sophie develop. Her two year old innocence and sweetness breaks through his walls better than anything else I can imagine, and her attachment to him is equally beautiful.

The MC business with the Sporelli family continues, with a surprising revelation about a long time connection between Jasper Bay and the mob family. This one has less MC involvement that the other two books, as Jules has been outside the Nordic Lords family for some time and they are still working with the misinformation that cut her out after Scratch died. 

There were some great moments with the previous couples. Liv and Daemon and Faith and Ryker are still happy and working on their own relationships, even as they come together to support Jules and Jaden. 

I really liked the overall journey Jules and Jaden had to take over the course of this story, though there were a few points where they disappointed me (mostly Jules, but I could overlook it in the end). This had less motorcycle club drama than the previous books, but when the MC does influence the story, it has a huge impact.

I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review. 

Point of Return (Nordic Lords MC, #1)


Olivia Masters grew up familiar with all of them. The daughter of the President of the Nordic Lords Motorcycle Club, Olivia always knew she wanted nothing to do with any of it. Her plans were made to leave the town she grew up in as soon as she and her boyfriend, Daemon Knight, turned eighteen. 

But then Olivia was shot. Her mother killed in front of her. Fleeing became her reality. 
Forced to return to her hometown of Jasper Bay five years later, events beyond Olivia’s control put her directly back into the life she swore she’d never return to. 

Her dad wants her back in the family. Daemon wants her in his bed. 
But just as Olivia begins to accept her destiny, history finds a way to repeat itself. 

This time, will Olivia be strong enough to fight for the family she once turned her back on? Or will she once again flee from the only life that has ever felt like home? 

*Warning: Due to violence, language, and sexual content, this book is not recommended for readers under the age of 18.*

Point of Redemption (Nordic Lords MC, #2)
Lies. Heartbreak. Betrayal. 

No one knew the devastation of those three words more than Faith Winston and five years ago, she endured every one of them. All she wanted was to feel safe and marry the very man who promised to love her and protect her, Ryker Knight. 

But growing up in the Nordic Lords Motorcycle Club, she should have known she couldn’t have a happy ending. Instead, her world became a nightmare. The bikers—her family—abandoned her, leaving her to crash without their safety net. 

Ryker Knight has spent the last five years consumed with guilt, running from the ghosts that haunt him. That is until his past catches up with him the moment his brother needs his help. Returning home to Jasper Bay, he’s forced to face the same ghosts he was running from. Only to find that the woman he loved is trapped in a hell of her own, entrenched behind enemy lines —and it’s all his fault. 

And even though Ryker’s life comes with priorities that he can’t – and won’t - turn his back on, he refuses to leave Jasper Bay until he’s found Faith. 

But will she want to return to the life she’s always wanted even if Ryker is no longer capable of giving her what he once promised?  
10262190_258551624330079_8054842478242022387_nStacey Lynn

Amazon Bestselling Author of the Just One Song series, Don't Lie to Me, Remembering Us and the Nordic Lords MC series. I am a wife, a mom, and a writer. I can often be found curled up on the couch with a good book, or obsessively eating Skittles in a very complicated and organized manner. No joke.

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