Six (Angels of Wrath Book 2) by Paulina Ian-Kane

The Angels of Wrath are back again with
SIX and the underground fighting circuit to stop young men from being heartlessly murdered. A good sophomore showing to this series with more kinks added to those who lean towards darker romances.

From the blurb:

Oliver “Ollie” Truman

My purpose in life has always been to protect my little brother. And the only way to do that is to do what my dirtbag of a father says—easier said than done. So my plan is to save enough money to grab our backpacks and leave these miserable days behind us. There’s no harm in having a little fun in the meantime though, is there? And the growling beast who flattens his opponents with a single punch looks like a perfectly hot diversion to me.

The crowd calls him Hulk. Dark intense eyes, large hands, scarred back, huge rocky pecs, thick arms, and tree-trunk thighs. And the bulge in his pants is not a mirage, a very proportionate…appendage.

He growls, I snort. He rejects me, I stalk him. He threatens me, I kiss him. He orders me around, I…that depends, are we in or out of bed?

His broody, rough demeanor dares me to get closer, and his crude, hard words turn me on like nothing ever before. My sassy mouth has gotten me in trouble more times than I can count but he seems to have found a very delicious way to shut me up.

But when I discover his protective side? His possessiveness? The secrets? The rage and destruction?
Can two broken souls find their missing pieces among the dark, bloody, jagged ones?

WARNING-This is not a sci-fi angel story, unless you see eager vigilantes with a dark side as angels.

This is an action packed romance with an HEA and no cliffhangers. It features an over the top posses-sive mountain of a man, and a bratty, determined twunk with a sassy mouth. There’s violence, blood, torture (only of very bad people), dark humor, amazing side characters and very rough, spicy scenes. Morality’s grey area is quite stretched in this story. Please check the triggers at the beginning of the book.

This is book two in the Angels of Wrath Series. Each book follows a different couple.

Molly Otto's Review:

Overall, it was an entertaining book and a good installment to this promising new series from Paulina. Rague and Ollie's kinks align beautifully in a way that this relationship will only work for them and, truthfully, not anyone else. Kept you engaged from start to finish. The fight scenes were fun and well thought out, hope to see more of this in future installments as well.

As others have stated, the ending felt rushed and would have appreciated it to have been more thought out. I will continue with this series. I love the dynamics of this found family and can not wait to see whose story is next brought to us.

Chaoskay's Review:

Oliver is sassy towards Rague from the start where others tried to avoid getting his attention. Oliver went straight in without a care for his safety. 

We get to hear what happened to Rague when he was young and why he doesn’t like certain things unless it’s Ollie doing them. 

Can we talk about Lori if you think Ollie is sassy well Lori just has no filter whatsoever and what is going on with Gabe they might hate each other but we all know there’s a fine line between love and hate (I’m hoping it’s their book next)

Some of the quotes had me laughing, especially the two below, and when Rami says Rague has a perpetual lemon-sucking frown 😆

“For Christ’s sake, why do you have to turn into the fast and the freaking furious the second you get behind a wheel?”

Lori huffs. “Stop bitching, Miss Daisy.”

“We are in need of a soundtrack,” Lori half yells with fervor a moment later. “Siri dearie, stalker playlist, please.”

Six is unrated under our new system.

Six is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.