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Club Ties (TheTrinity Falls Series) Perfect Paperback – 2012
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Mox is now a Brawer by blood, but he has never felt more like an outsider. His new place in the family comes at a high cost to the woman who raised him. Teamed with the blood on his hands, secrets and guilt build a wall between them that he doesn’t know how to tear down. Escaping the tension at home, he ventures out in an ice storm only to find his future huddled beside a dumpster. Running for her life, Eva ironically, only wants to die. Slipping the chains of her relationship with playboy mobster, Rocco Soriano, she has nowhere to turn. An offer of safe harbor by Mox and his motorcycle brethren buys her time, but she knows the danger they’re putting themselves in. She’s no stranger to the game between a man and a woman, but somewhere along the line, the rules get blurred. Neither Mox, nor Eva, believe love is in the cards for them, but fate disagrees. But then, just when she finds something worth living for, she has to make a choice between his life and hers.
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Top Customer Reviews
Mox is heading to his apartment when he hears a whine and whimper. He finds Eva, a girl running away from some pretty heavy stuff. He falls in love with her right away and almost dies trying to protect her.
The club is put through some pretty hard knocks in a year and they just keep coming. Will it be normal for them again? It doesn't look that way.
This is a book about love, loyalty, and fighting for what it yours. It is a great book and I do advise you to take a minute to start reading it. Borrow it if you have to,but read it. If you haven't read book one, I advise that as well. The saga is one worth reading.
When I first started reading I was not sure if I would like it because it read like I was watching a movie or tv show because it was the POV of different characters. It was very easy to follow which character's POV it was and I ended up really enjoying how the flow of the book was laid out. I really really liked getting the action and story from different POVs. I loved the characters and the story. Kept my attention the entire time. I can't wait for the third installment of this series.