Review: I think the thing that caught me up in this book right off the bat was the prologue, only about three pages. but man does it suck you right into the story and where it might go.
I was a little bit surprised at how much I liked these characters and plotline right away. Normally its really hard for me to like or relate to the characters in this series, but for some reason I keep coming back to the book. Maybe its just the out of my normal reading zone, that I like so much…
Anyway, there were a lot of times I just wanted to chuck this book out a window, mostly because of a side character begin the worst ever. And maybe because the two main characters Picnic and London drove me a bit crazy too.
All in all this was a strong fourth book in a series that makes you think of a job well done.
352 pages. Paperback.
3 out of 5 stars.
Adult Romance. Contemporary. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Fiction.
Published by Berkley.
Summary: As Reapers Motorcycle Club president, Reese “Picnic” Hayes has given his entire life to the club. After losing his wife, he knew he’d never love another woman. And with two daughters to raise and a club to manage, that was just fine with him. These days, Reese keeps his relationships free and easy—he definitely doesn’t want to waste his time on a glorified cleaning lady like London Armstrong.
Too bad he’s completely obsessed with her.
Besides running her own business, London’s got her junkie cousin’s daughter to look after—a more reckless than average eighteen-year-old. Sure she’s attracted to the Reapers’ president, but she’s not stupid. Reese Hayes is a criminal and a thug. But when her young cousin gets caught up with a ruthless drug cartel, Reese might be the only man who can help her. Now London has to make the hardest decision of her life—how far will she go to save her family?
-Summary from GoodReads.com