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I could tell you that I couldn't put this book down, I could tell you that I kept trying to read faster and faster and internally I was thinking gah read faster whats going to happen, because I was so excited and loving reading this book so much. Or that I think Daw's was a phenomenal hero who was possessive and demanding and yet so very patient and loving. And that The heroine blew me away with how strong, brave and loving she was. Then there was the amazing story that drew me in and just kept unfolding the longer the story progessed with not only some of my favorite main characters but side characters that made this book all the better and left me hoping for many more books in this series.
Fleeing an unimaginable childhood Aubrey makes a promise to her foster sister Ari that she will come back and keep her safe from the monster who raised them. After several months on the run Aubrey finally found people who care about her and showed her kindness she never knew, now that she has Ari back she plans to start a new life posing as Ari's mom. moving in with new friends Aubrey and Ari start a new life but after everything Aubrey has been through she knows she will never be able to fully trust again. Needing a job so that she can save for when they have to flee again Aubrey lands a job at a local MC's shop and see's Daw's. Immediately she feels something she never has, attraction.
Daw's gets everything he wants and if need be he takes but after the situation with his best friend who left after not sharing his feelings Daw's starts to want more. When he see's Aubrey something clicks and Daw's knows he wants her.Read more ›
Daws was one sexy badass biker...with a reputation for being blunt, crude and having had so many turn against him for what he did in the first book, it was so wonderful to see him redeem himself and become the man to "save" the battered and abused Aubrey and her sister Ari.
I like the mafia/biker mix and although we didn't get too much "club business" in this book (more love story and family drama), it was exciting to read and kept me on the edge of my seat.
I wonder if we will get little sister (who is 15 at the end of this) Ari's story in a future book?
Warning though...the abuse against Aubrey is graphic and horrific and made me want to cry...so go in knowing that this story is not always pretty but the end result was worth it.
***** 4.5 ***** "we will always be sisters to the end" stars
Daws is the son of the Devil's Crusaders president and a seriously hot badass. He's tall and lean with a ponytail and tats, and I had no clue that I would be drawn to that!! Though he was raised in a very non-traditional way and lives a rather colorful life, Daws has one of the biggest hearts I've ever met. When he meets the one woman that can make his world a brighter place, we get to see just what a sexy "real" man he is.
Aubrey has one of the saddest and most inspiring stories I've ever read. Her life has beenfilled with abuse and neglect, yet she rises above it in a way that is a true testament to the strength she possesses. As a result of her past, Aubrey is understandably fearful around men and what they can represent. Somehow, someway, Daws manages to ease her fears and give her a love and patience she has never known.
The love story between Daws and Aubrey is sweet, sexy and written in such a way that it does not feel like insta-love. Abby does a great job of describing passages of time in a seemless and natural way. In doing that, we get to follow the story and not feel rushed into their relationship. Daws is so patient with Aubrey. He is kind and loving, but more than any of that he respects Aubrey. Quite frankly, I find that incredibly sexy. He respects her limits, her past and her strength. Yep, that's hot. The trials and events that they must face together show us the depth of the love and character.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved this book!!! It showed a side of Dawson I wanted to see terribly since I had first read Wreck You.Published 8 days ago by Jessica Inman
5 PLUS, PLUS, PLUS AMAZINGLY Beautiful Stars
OMG.....this story was beyond amazing for me! Read more
Daws is used to taking what he wants, but it is getting old. When Aubrey begins working at the shop owned by the Devil Crusader's, Daws feels something he has never felt before. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emily Heisler
It was a great read. This is the 2nd book in the trilogy. Rated very goodPublished 10 months ago by Danena
Although the description of this book states that it can be read as a stand alone book, I would highly recommend that you read Abby McCarthy's first book Wreck You prior to reading... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jennifer Martin
I would recommend this book. It's not for the faint of heart it is very intense and gruesome in some parts. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Angela L Johnson
Really enjoyed this story. I'm glad we got to see another side to Daws...not just the selfish take what I want side. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kim
Wow!! I'm literally speechless!! I didn't like Daws at all in Wreck You but whew that sure changed!! This is a love story we all want to have if we don't have it already!!! Read morePublished 15 months ago by KayKay
This book was ok, I enjoy Abby's other books, but not a huge fan of this. it felt rushedPublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer