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*Disclaimer* I'm usually not a fan of books when the female main character is under 20 and the male character is mid-20s and up. This is just a quirk of mine. *shrugs* But this book, like Kill Devil Hills by Sarah Darlington it just worked for me.
Declan "Deck" Gentry, is the older cousin to the Gentry Boy triplets. He's been their protector since they were born, and 23 years later he is still looking out for them. "My five-year-old heart was eager to fight anyone I needed to fight to keep them safe." "I spent the night on the shed floor with them, wrapped in old horse blankets and holding them all close to keep them warm, to keep them safe. I didn't sleep at all." I mean, I can't even! He's been handling their drugged-out junkie of a mother and major dick of a father so they don't have to deal with that heartbreak.
Jennetta "Jenny Smith"- she grew up in a crazy, religious, polygamist sect. I haven't read the Defiant MC books so this was my first introduction to her. She's young, spunky, and strong. Despite all the shocks and heartaches of my short life, I had never cowered. I wouldn't start now.
Deck and Jenny are both dealing with the their troubled pasts while also navigating the feelings they have for each other. The build-up in this book was amazing, so glad it wasn't a case of insta-love.
I have so many funny things highlighted in my Kindle that Deck said, he really made me laugh. And cry. And swoon- definite alpha-male material! Like Jenny said, I'd learned that the men who have the most fearsome appearances might be the ones with the gentlest hearts. This is so true of Deck!
I loved getting to know Deck, his story, and the history with the triplets. I'll eventually read the Defiant MC series I think, just to get to know Jenny a little more.
I was kind of bummed to think this would be the last book in the series but judging by the epilogue, that may not be true. Every book has continued each characters story so it's been great to catch up on Cord and Saylor, Creed and Truly, and Chase and Stephanie. The Fall also involved a lot more of Benton and Maggie's story as well. So I'm hoping the author has plans to continue with the Gentrys!
A tough, hot biker, tatted up and rough around the edges; and a defiant girl desperate to define herself, to claim her own free will. They're so good together and exactly what the other needs. He's 28 years old, Jenny is 19, and I liked how Deck thought Jenny was too good for him, too young, and that he was just not anything she ought to need. I always love a hero who second-guesses the relationship but just can't leave it, or her, alone. At first, I thought Jenny wasn't being very smart, but then I saw that she is young and so busy running from her past, that she's not really looking to where she's going. It made sense. There was a strength about her, a purpose. She just had to see it.
The sex was hot and needy, and there was a good build-up to it as well. I thought the romance was well played, too. By the end of the story, I was believing that these two had something together, something to build on.
There were some things that were sad to me, like Reese, Amelia, Maggie's wedding picture, the red snow, the stale cake mix. Kind of haunting, bittersweet images nicely layered into the story. This author has a way of showing you the bad but also the good in people.
I do think if you've read the other Gentry boys' books, you'll have a deeper appreciation for this story. I loved seeing all the boys again, and this book really ended on a high note, for everyone. A sweet ending, well-deserved for this h/H. I'm looking forward to seeing where else the author goes with this series.
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