Cam Farrell, president of the Moroad Motorcycle Club, struggles to adjust to living on the outside after spending the last eighteen months in prison. Pressured to confess to his part in the crime of bringing his son into the club, he must make drastic changes to stay ahead of the law and prove to Christina he will never leave her again. The noose tightens as he faces the possibility of losing everything he's worked for within the Moroad MC. Can he save his club, his woman, his son, and his life?
Some people in Federal call Christina insane for loving a criminal, but Cam's presence has always provided her with an inner strength she's found nowhere else. Christina's worries increase when Cam arrives home more hardened, more violent, and more determined to continue the life of crime that has dictated his life. Caught between her fear of losing him and forcing Cam to fulfill his promises, Christina must face the truth. Love has no boundaries and some things are better off staying buried.
For Life picks up 18 months later when Cam is released from prison, where he took the fall for a weapons charge to protect his son, Jeremy, and Christine. In the first book, Cam showed his confidence with Christine, but in this story, Cam’s confidence has suffered. Christine has stayed, but she has become friends with and bonded with the Vice President of Moroad, Merk. He also finds that his son is now of legal age. Cam knows that he’s promised Christine that he would confess his secret, but he also knows that if he does, he stands to lose both Christine and Jeremy.
I’m in awe of Debra’s writing. This story left me reeling in feelings of confusion for both Cam and Merk. Both men love Christine, and even though Christine knows she loves Cam, it takes her by surprise to know how strong Merk’s feelings for her are. For Life does not shy away from the Cam’s aggressive and possessive feelings for Christine. At times, I hated him. As the story progresses and you begin to understand why he acts and reacts the way he does, I fall in love with him all over again.
The title says so much about this book. Cam has to keep his secret to keep his family together – For Life, but in doing so, he may also condemn his son, because once you’re patched into Moroad, you are in For Life. And with two strikes against him, one wrong move could put Cam right back into prison For Life.
I gave Wrapped Around Him, the first book in this series, 4.5 stars because I felt that there was more to the character development of the Moroad members that we needed to see. In For Life, we got it. I can’t wait to read more about this group of misfits who need each other. I have to know more about Merk, about Jeremy, more about all of them. I give Debra Kayn’s newest book, For Life, a startling 5 stars!
For Life by Debra Kayn was a definite page turner. She will not disappoint the true Motorcycle Club Book reader. They will be very happy!
For Life was exactly what a sequel should be, it has intriguing, with good timing, and the plot taking the next logical step, it stays true to the first story, and it has a couple of surprises. I would think, sequels would be harder to write, because your readers have expectations already. You have to have that little something extra, that will draw those readers back in again.
Boy, For life, did all of those things and more! The intrigue factor, Debra Kayn has hands down. There are so many twist and turns, in this book, not to mention the secrets, this element kept me up past my bedtime, and gave me a huge book hangover.
There are a few things going on in this book. One, Cam is adjusting to life back out of prison. He struggles a little, after being locked up 18 months, I guess anyone would. He has gotten an insane streak of jealousy this time, which is never a pretty sight. Cam, Cam Cam.... when will we he relax--- never!
Christina is dealing with snooty townspeople and thinking she is crazy for staying with Cam, but heart wants, what the heart wants. This time when Cam returns home, he is different, and Christina notices, and she is worried. She really has no one to talk to, because Cam does't want her to have friends. So, where can she turn?
Then there is Jeremy. He has a sweet girl to love on, and she loves him back. Then he gets all upset and won't talk to anyone- he keeps his secret to himself, just like dear ol' dad. Then something happen between him and the girlfriend, which again is kept on the down low.
This book with all of these secrets reminded me of an '80's song, Look at all These Secrets. They sure make one jammed packed interesting story.
I can see, where I would never make it as a biker's woman because I could never let someone have that much control over me.