Review: Filthy Bastard by Emily Minton & Shelley Springfield

Title: Filthy Bastard
Series: Grim Bastards MC
Authors: Emily Minton & Shelley Springfield
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: June 10, 2016
Cover Artist: Cover Me Darling
She’s a poor little rich girl.

With a vindictive mother and an obsessed brother-in-law, all Adyson Sloan wants is a little freedom—for her and her sister. She dreams of having a little room to breathe and making her own choices. But when she’s kidnapped by the Grim Bastards MC, freedom comes at a much higher price. Terrified, but determined to get back to her sister, Addy’s plans are ruined when she falls for a bastard with a chip on his shoulder.

He’s a bastard without a heart.

Sergeant at Arms Brew Decker plays by his own rules. To him, nothing is sacred but the brotherhood. He lives and dies by the club and would do anything for them—even kidnap an innocent woman. After all, she’s merely a pawn in the bigger game. But everything changes when he meets Addy. Suddenly, he’d do anything for his captive.

Can love between a rich girl and a bastard survive without someone losing it all?

 review
5star
Filthy Bastard is the second book in the Grim Bastards MC series. It follows Brew and Addy. I instantly loved Brew in the first book, Dirty Bastard and I was glad that he got his own story. Brew, although he is involved in the MC and the illegal aspects of the club, he is an honorable man and believes in protecting women. Addy is a good girl and will do anything for the people she loves, especially her sister. Even if it means allowing her good for nothing brother-in-law to take advantage of her. A misunderstanding that unfolds in Dirty Bastard brings Addy and Brew together and the story continues in Filthy Bastard.

Brew and Addy are perfect for each other. I firmly believe that there is someone out there for everyone. Filthy Bastard is an example of that with these two characters. There was obviously something missing in both Brew and Addy’s lives and everything clicked into place once they “met”. Brew’s character grew on me so much more once you learn of his back story protecting his sister to his protection of Addy.

I can’t wait to see what happens next in this series.

Reviewed by Shannon
LLEP Review Team

USA Today Bestselling author, Emily Minton is a Kentucky native. She is proud to call the Bluegrass State home. She claims she bleeds blue–Wildcat Blue! She has been married to her husband, David, for over twenty years. They share two wonderful children.
Emily loves to read and has more books on her kindle than most people could read in a lifetime, but she intends to read every single one. She has published nine books, but there are many more are floating around in her head. She hopes to get them all on paper before long. She loves sharing her dreams with her readers.


Shelley was born and raised in Kentucky and doesn’t see herself leaving the bluegrass state anytime soon. Shelley and her husband have been together for sixteen years, and they share three beautiful daughters and one handsome son.Although Grim Bastards is her first published novel, she has been a fan of romance reads for many, many years. Shelley loves all sorts of genres of romance but Contemporary, New Adult, and Romantic Comedy are her all-time favorites.

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