Wrenched (Hell’s Bastard, #1) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Wrenched by Emma James

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


My name is Dallas ‘Edge’ Masson and I’m the Soulless Bastards MC’s enforcer.

I was raised by an evil bastard.

The apple didn’t fall far from the tree.

I have personal business.

Whisper is my business.

EI will be her judge and jury.

My father may have been Hell’s bastard, but he was still my father.

They say blood is thicker than water. 

I’m about to find out.


Life has been a bitch to me.

I don’t even know my full name.

I was a secret.

Miss Catherine changed my life.

I have friends.

I trust in people.

But then it all had to be wrenched away from me. 

BLURB: Wrenched

What an unexpectedly interesting story

I think this was more of a thriller than a romance, though there was elements of romance in the book. The two main characters don’t even meet until about 75% or more of the book is over. Up till then is basically whisper’s back story. Though it is a good back story and it is all very integral to the plot as well as the ongoing plot of the series.

The characters are extremely well developed. Whisper is a girl who was raised from 2 years old in the home of Master William. she was basically raised by a woman she called Mistress who never showed her love but never beat her like Master William did. At age 13 when Mistress was no longer necessary, Master William killed her in front of Whisper.

She basically had a tortured existence until she got free. William’s son, was removed from his home at age 11, before Whisper lived with William. Edge is in an MC and is a killer and when he finds out that his father left his estate to Whisper, he intends to harm her.

The book ends in a cliffhanger, and the next is available on KU.

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