~Book Review~ “Tito” by Scott Hildreth


My Review:

While Tito can be easily read as a standalone, it is best enjoyed after reading the rest of the Devil’s Disciples MC series by Scott Hildreth.

Tito tells the story of Taddeo “Tito” Silva and Regina “Reggie” Gottschalk.  Neither were looking for a relationship. Tito hasn’t had a real relationship since a life altering event ten years ago and Reggie just ended her four year long relationship after finding out her boyfriend was cheating.  But, what starts out as attraction and what should be a one night stand quickly turns into so much more.

Tito and Reggie have more in common than they realized and truly enjoying spending time with one another.  Both need a change, and they seem to offer that to one another. While they seem so compatible however, Tito’s past as a member of the Devil’s Disciples MC and his future as the man dating a woman whose father just happens to be the detective tracking down an outlaw MC gang for the past decade may be an insurmountable roadblock they just can’t conquer . . .especially when one final job doesn’t play out as expected.

Tito, the Devil’s Disciples and Detective Gottschalk will have to determine if there are shades of gray in between the black and white of right and wrong and, whether or not the good outweighs the bad in when lines are crossed . . . .all without breaking Reggie’s heart.

Tito was the perfect ending to the Devil’s Disciples series and really brought the entire story arc full circle.  While this is Tito and Reggie’s romance, this story is also about where the club itself goes now that they’ve been living life on the edge for the past 15 years.  It was fabulous to see how these MC brothers have grown throughout this series as they have matured and found relationships and reasons to exist outside of the club, but also yearn to maintain their bonds of friendship and brotherhood.

As always, Scott’s characters are witty and enjoyable to read and, while the main characters are the focus, ancillary characters, such as Tito’s old neighbor, Hap, steal the show.  There’s always so much more than meets the eye and the plot has incredible depth and never quite leads you to where you think it will. Yet, once Scott leads you there, you can’t think of the book ending in any other way.

New readers can jump right in, and fans of the series will love catching up with the rest of the MC brothers and even a few surprise appearances from old favorites while ending the series on a completely satisfying note.  5 stars.


About the Book:

The only man in my life I felt I could trust was my father.

A detective assigned to San Diego’s gang crime unit; his focus was outlaw motorcycle clubs.

His nemesis?

A gang of thieves who had wreaked havoc on the city’s financial institutions for nearly two decades.

As fate would have it, I was preparing for a one-night stand with a tough-looking biker. As long as my father didn’t find out, everything would be fine.

If he learned of my fling with the tattooed bad boy, I could certainly talk my way out of it. The odds of Taddeo ‘Tito” Silva being in my father’s crosshairs was impossible.

Or, so I thought.


TITO is book 6 of a 6-book series and can be read as a Stand-alone. It has no cheating, no sex outside the relationship, and has an HEA.


Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2X3okaI


About the Author:

Born in San Diego California, Scott now calls Naples, Florida home. Residing in Florida with his wife, Jessica, and six children, he somehow finds twelve hours a day to work on his writing. A hybrid author who has published more than two-dozen romance and erotica novels, his first book in a three-book series through Harlequin released in August 2016.

Scott has spent his entire life pushing boundaries, and his writing is no exception. Addicted to riding his Harley-Davidson, tattoos, and drinking coffee, he can generally be found in a tattoo shop, on his Harley, or in a local coffee house when not writing.

Loyal to the fans and faithful followers who allowed him to make writing a full-time career, Scott communicates with his followers on Facebook almost daily. He encourages his readers to follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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