The Legend by Donna Grant Book Review | ContemporaryCween

The Legend by Donna Grant

Wyatt and Callie are on a mission to find his father. Wyatt’s family four dangerous men. Being separated is the best way to to take down The evil Saints. The Loughman men all adopted Callie into the family, except Wyatt. Wyatt has always been in love with Callie but the only way to keep her safe would be to keep her far away from his job. When Callie and Wyatt get surrounded by teams sent by the saints, the only thing that can stop them is everyone coming together risking there own lives.


It’s a rock and a hard place when you have to chose between loving someone and keeping them safe. What are you willing to risk. Works the same for family.


So much of the early beginning of the book was the world building. There were names and facts to remember all while Wyatt and Callie built up walls.  The facts took up so much of the book.


The best part of this book was the action. The author really draws the reader in with her attention to detail. You could really picture everything that was happening. The author also has a way with words. The way the family bond intertwined was the cherry on top.

My Thoughts:

Initially I wasn’t thinking I was going to like this book. I hadn’t know that the book would be about corrupt government, and I usually prefer books to keep me upbeat. Once the drama level increased I was hooked. I wasn’t able to put the book down. The author has a was just beautiful. I would love to read more of her work. As much as I don’t want to get back into world building I want to read the other books in the series. I gave this book 4/5 stars. The legend is a must read for anyone one who enjoys when women get in on some action.

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