Blurb: When changing life’s course, you never consider what twisted curve-ball fate might dump in your lap. Growing up in the MC, then gaining my own personal Independence was not only a curse, it was a blessing. So when I decided to say fu*k my past and embraced my future, away from the only place I called home, I tried to re-invent myself, by becoming the woman I am today.
Until, one day, fate reared its ugly head, forcing me to return to the place I ran from. The place where I had no choice but to face HIM. And hide the biggest secret of my life, as I wallowed in silent fear, of the insurmountable repercussions it would evoke when anyone found out the truth.
“I want you on the back of my bike, livin’ in my house, havin’ my daughter. I wanna own all your smiles and only see you cry when you’re happy. I wanna die in your arms because it’s the only fuckin’ place I’ve ever truly lived,” he says decisively, as if he doesn’t even have to think about it.
Holy crap on a cracker, I thought it couldn’t get better. I was wrong.
Bink realizes that Big is too possesive and refuses to cave to his domineering nature. Good for her! She steals away into the night and makes it to Chicago, about three hours away. I can’t even sum up this story anymore and frankly I don’t want to. Read the damn book!
It’s so worth it. Second book blows the first one out of the water. Really.
Wow, I have become more wordy as I get older. Also, I’ve noticed that I don’t like Big as much as I used to. Maybe I’ve become enlightened, whatever the reason, he’s a pretty big douche-nozzle. Unfortunately, I still find him attractive in a ‘I’d rip his balls off if a man ever did to me what he did to her’ type of way. So yeah, still working on those issues. 😉
The weird attraction they have to each other is impossible to not love though. Their chemistry is the main basis for their relationship. The sex thing got a little old but is a big part of their characters as bikers. At first I didn’t see the big picture. They were just people who like to have sex, anywhere they could. But as I started to read the third one, I realized this is an intregal part of their characters. They are very sexual beings. Or maybe I just became numb to it. ::shrugs::
Don’t get me wrong, they have tender moments, quite a few actually. Which just help provide the depth a reader needs to not chalk this up to some shallow story. No, this book is pretty well rounded, except in sex and violence. But hey, its a MC book, you gitta expect that.
I quite like it. Another score for an MC book. Maybe I’m just a more than normal picky reader when it comes to this genre.