Review for Menace by J.M. Darhower

(Scarlet Scars Book One)
Dark Romance

Scarlet Scars is a two-book series.
GRIEVOUS (Scarlet Scars Book Two) will release February 6th.
***Scarlet Scars contains dark elements that some readers may find disturbing***


Once upon a time, there was a guy who got so fed up with life that he resorted to murder and mayhem just to feel alive.

Lorenzo Gambini is bored. So fucking bored. Most people either annoy him or avoid him, afraid to face him. Figuratively. Literally. With his face partially disfigured, scarred, he looks every bit the monster the stories make him out to be: the notorious menace they call Scar. They say he's a sociopath. Maybe he's a psychopath. Whatever path he's on, people tend to stay far away from it.

Until one day, a young woman bumps right into him—a woman just as fed up with life, but for much different reasons. With a Scarlet Letter inked on her wrist and secrets buried deep in her soul, Morgan Myers is running from something... or maybe somebody. Lorenzo isn't quite sure.

You can bet your ass he's going to figure it out, though.

Kim's Review

J. M. Darhower's "Menace" is the first tale in the Scarlet Scars duo. If you like dark mob books, then this series and author are for you. Lorenzo Gambini moves to New York from Florida. He pretty much takes over for the current mob boss. Morgan works at a club, she's visiting a bar when she encounters Lorenzo, who people call Scar, for the long scar running down his face. How he got it is tragic, but he doesn't care, he just keeps on doing what he needs to do for his family. One pick-pocketing changes things for both of them. Who is the pick-pocket? Why do they do that? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars
About the Author

J.M. Darhower is the USA Today Bestselling Author of paranormal/erotic/romantic suspense novels about the baddest bad boys and the ladies who love them. Fangirl at heart, J.M. is obsessed with books, music, and all things Marvel, especially the glorious Sebastian Stan. She spends her days in a tiny town in North Carolina, churning out words and chasing down Pokémon.


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