I know how it feels to lose everything—to watch my world crash down around me, unable to do shit about it. I was a broken man when the Skulls took me in. They helped me pick up the pieces, became my family, earned my loyalty.
Then my past storms back into my life—and onto my worksite—with spiky heels and an attitude to match. Amanda doesn’t just own the company. She owns my heart.
She’ll always own it. Even though her betrayal sent me into hell in the first place
But being together now is not as simple as it was back then. We’ve both changed. After thirteen years, we’re worlds apart. I don’t belong in her world, and she wants nothing to do with mine.
Problem is, I don’t think I can let her walk away from me…not again.
|The second book in this series and you meet Kane in the first book. You now meet Amanda who is one of the owners of the company and she shows up at the site talking with the foreman and their Kane sees her and though she notices him she does not acknowledge him at first. You come to find out though that the two of them have a past and that their pasts were once them together as boyfriend and girlfriend, that he was going to college and then poof it was all gone as he lay there in hospital hearing Amanda says we are done and walking away, wondering what had happened why she was leaving. He would then be immersed into his father’s biker’s club and her trying to get money from her father out of her trust fund to run her company. He wants answers to why she left him and she wants to know if he is still with his father’s motor club. The attraction that the two of them had when they were younger is still there especially when her father tries to marry her off to a wealthy man who treats her horribly and back into Kane’s arm. When you are getting to the end of the book secrets from the past appear and you begin to see what really happened between them and the strings that were pulled. A good book. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com|