As most of you know, I’ve been binge-reading Erin’s books for quite a while now and each time I’m surprised by how much I love her writing and how addicted I am to the book. Vindictively Vicious was no exception. I stayed up way too late reading this book when I planned to read two chapters!
I was so ready to read this book after the ending of Catching Cole and my expectations were quite high. I can happily say that Vindictively Vicious lived up to my unreasonably high expectations.
After the events of Catching Cole, Vee arrives at the London Charter of the Hell Hounds biker club. She comes bearing news and wishing to speak to Ammo, dropping the bomb that she’s pregnant with his child and that he can decide whether he wishes to be in the baby’s life because she’s keeping it.
Ammo wants nothing more than to be in the baby’s life, however, he soon finds out that Vee isn’t who she seems. Vivienne is the princess of the club’s greatest enemy. She is Vivienne Serazzi, daughter of the leader of the Mafia gang that rival’s the club.
When Vivienne leaves the club in the hopes of her father understanding her situation, Ammo is worried whether she’ll even come back. That is until he catches news of her being held captive and decides that he must get her back.
With Sadie and Ammo taking charge of the club, they find themselves ready to burn the world down for Vivienne Serazzi.
Vee was a character that I didn’t know super well in Catching Cole so I was really excited to learn more about her and her backstory. I was completely shocked to find out that she’s the princess of not only the rivals of the Hell Hounds but a huge Mafia gang. Then again, it kind of suits her. She’s one of those girls that stands out from the crowd and I found myself really admiring Vee and her confidence throughout the book. She always knew what she wanted and it made her a really easy character to follow.
Ammo was another character that I was excited to learn more about. I felt like I kind of knew his backstory from the first book, but I was completely wrong. He has a much darker past than I ever realized and I loved seeing that part of him come out. It isn’t evident when you’re looking at him from the outside so I liked learning more about him and how he came to be the Ammo that he now is.
As usual, Erin’s writing completely shocked me. I had my expectations set quite high, considering how much I adored the first book in this series, and she completely blew me away. Vee and Ammo’s story was unexpectedly amazing.
I can’t stop thinking about this book. The next book comes out sometime around November and I’ll definitely be rereading the series so far in preparation! Love, love, loved it!