Jack has a heavy heart. He shows how tragedy affects people differently. Bronte is getting really frustrated. Her life is currently lacking something.
Due to circumstances, some men in an MC can be considered hard as well as broken. That doesn’t mean the same for their emotions. They may just be buried a little deeper so they aren’t seen or felt. Since this is book one, we rely on Jack to introduce us to the men in his club. And you’ll get to know more about them as this series progresses.
I liked how the author put Bronte into Jack’s path. Ms. Dee gives me suspense and mystery with a big shot of steam heat. She’ll have you guessing almost to the very end as to what character is creating most of that mystery. It kept me reading so that it took just a little over a day for me to complete the book. I’m glad that I never figured out the “whodunit” because that became my page-turner moment.
This book is a great way to immerse yourself into a new series by this author. I haven’t read any work by this author in a while. However, you do not need to read her other Kings of Mayhem in order to enjoy Jack’s story. I hope that if you haven’t, this story will leave you wanting to check it out. And since the second book doesn’t come out for a few months, you’ll have some time.
Penny Dee writes contemporary romance about rock stars, bikers, hockey players and everyone in-between. Her stories bring the suspense, the feels and a whole lot of heat.
She found her happily ever after with an Australian hottie who she met on a blind date.