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I first met Reese "Picnic" Hayes in book one of this series, as he is the President of the Reaper's MC in Northern Idaho. He has two daughters and besides them, he has devoted his entire life to his Motorcycle Club and will stop at nothing to protect it. He lost his wife to cancer several years ago, and since then he uses women as a distraction. He knows the love of his life has passed and will likely never have that type of connection again. That is, until he meets London Armstrong, the owner of the club's new cleaning service. There's just something about her that he can't quite put his finger on, but he knows he has to find out what it is.
London Armstrong has devoted her entire life to her young cousin, Jessica. She has moved mountains to make sure she is well cared for and safe. For the past six years, since London has been her guardian, she has little time outside of Jessica and her business. When she meets Reece, she know she is attracted to him, but he is dangerous, so she does her best to keep things professional. Jessica might be 18, but she is reckless with her decisions and often is in need of her cousin's help. When Jessica gets herself into trouble with a dangerous Cartel, Reece just might be the only one who can help London save Jessica.
I loved this book from start to finish. The world that Joanna Wylde has created in her Reaper's Series is one that I don't want to leave. I immediately one-clicked the next one in this series to find out what happens next!
London's cousin Jessica whom she is raising went to his club and looking for trouble and she needs his help to find her. But with Reese if you want his help you are going to give him something also.
This is a great book and I hated for it to end. A lot of twist and turns a bond betrayal and some redemption. Can Reese and London find Bridgestone happily ever after or move on.
I didn't care for Reese in the beginning because he was with ever white he could get his hands on no matter age. But he got better and was deep down a decent human just life and loss turned him into a cold type of man.
London, on the other hand, I liked immediately. She was hard-working, independent and strong. Unlike many "perfect" heroines, she struck me immediately as being "real". She wasn't a Barbie doll waiting on a man to come to her rescue. She was a real woman, with responsibilities, trying to get by the best she could.
The story sucked me in right from the start. It opens with London planning to kill Reese, then goes back in time, detailing the events that led up to that point. What a way to start a book! Looking back, that may have had a lot to do with me not taking to Picnic right away. After all, I was certain that he had done something horrendous to push her to murder and I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop.
I don't want to spoil it for anyone, so I won't get into what pushed her to the brink or what the outcome was. I'll just say that this book was full of betrayals and hidden agendas. Loyalties were put to the test. People get hurt and sometimes people aren't who you think they are.
In the end, I wouldn't have changed a thing. It was a great story and I'm wondering why I didn't read it months ago!