Saint (Salvation Kings MC #1)


Title: Saint (Salvation Kings MC #1)
Author: Ana Night
Publisher: Self publishing
Release Date: May 23, 2019
Genre(s): Gay motorcycle club romance
Page Count: 234 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5

Blurb:

Nash Holland is a paramedic who lives for helping people. He’s never once been on the wrong side of the law. When he gets a call to a motorcycle club, he’s apprehensive, but then he meets a biker that makes his knees go weak. He never expected to find love in an outlaw biker, but he can’t deny the way Zayne makes him feel. Dating a biker with Nash’s profession isn’t a great idea but he’s been playing it safe all his life and maybe Zayne is just the right kind of danger for him.

Zayne ‘Saint’ Lewis isn’t your average biker; he’s the road captain of the Salvation Kings MC and he’s not afraid to do what’s necessary to protect his club. He’s a one-percenter but he’s dedicated his life to helping people in need. He’s hesitant to bring Nash into his club life, unsure if Nash will be able to handle it. One thing he’s sure of, though, is the way Nash makes him feel.

Will the secrets and dangers of Zayne’s life jeopardize their relationship? With a war brewing between his and a rival club, can Zayne keep Nash safe?


This was a really good read. I am glad this is going to be a series because I definitely look forward to more books in this series after reading this one. The only reason that I am giving thi a four rating is because even though I really liked this book, I anticipated there to be more danger then there actually was. Don’t get me wrong, there was those moments when there was some danger but not as much as I thought there actually was. Other then that was was a great story about two people on the opposites of society just clicking and figuring out a way to make it work between them.

Nash is a paramedic for the fire department. He is happy in his work life and even in his personal life other then being lonely. He wishes he had someone to share his life with but as of now he doesn’t. One day while on shift he and his partner get a call to what turns out to be a motorcycle club where one of the members is having a heart attack.

When they get there he immediately meets a man named Saint, aka Zayne. Zayne has an important part in the club. So when one of there own is down, he still has to make the decision on whether to let civilians on the club land. When Nash speaks to him he makes the decision to let him help. Zayne is shocked at how attracted to Nash he is from the instant that meet and Nash even gives him his number and tells him to call if he wants to. But Zayne is not sure at first.

When another emergency comes up, Zayne immediately reaches out to Nash for his help once again and Nash does not second guess helping. This is what leads Nash and Zayne to getting to know one another better and Zayne to slowly showing Nash what life is like for their club. Thing do not run as smoothly as Zayne hoped it would but if they can find a way to make it through the rough patches, they may just stand a chance at a real relationship.

This was such a good love story with a little drama added in with a mix of danger. I look forward to the next book when it comes out. I really hope that it will be Joker’s story because that man has a heck of a story I bet. Great start to this series!!!

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Galley copy of Saint (Salvation Kings Mc Book 1) provided by Ana Night

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Author

Hello, I am an avid reader of male/male books. I do not have a favorite genre when it comes to male/male books because I love all of them from romance, dark reads, paranormal, shifter, threesome, whatever I see that catches my eye at the time.

I read books about rock stars, CEOs, military, cops, and just the original plain old good boy types of books.

Basically when it comes to a book, I read whatever I am in the mood for at the time. So my tastes varies from day to day and sometimes even hour to hour.

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