Laid off factory worker.
Drug runner for the Heaven Hill Motorcycle Club.
When Denise Cunningham is served with foreclosure papers on her birthday it’s the last straw in a long line of bad luck. Sitting and crying about things has never been how she solved her problems, but this time she decides to do just that. A phone call interrupts her pity party and changes the course of her life forever.
Grease monkey mechanic.
Vice President of the Heaven Hill Motorcycle Club.
William Walker Jr., known as Liam to his club, needs a new recruit that is just naïve enough and desperate enough to do what he asks without question. When Denise Cunningham lands in his lap, he decides to hire her - not because he wants to, because he has to.
Neither are comfortable in their new roles, but he needs help and she can’t stand to lose anything else.
As bullets fly and a local Bowling Green, KY reporter works to bring the club down, Liam and Denise find themselves getting closer to one another. When the stakes get high and outside forces try to keep them away from each other, they have to decide if they really are meant to be.
Donya's Opinion... Side Bar...
I bought the first book in this series in paperback there, just because I met Laramie Briscoe at that signing. I do most of my reading on the Kindle, so when I got home, I pulled it up on Amazon - and it is FREE!!! Happy? YES! I grabbed it and devoured it in one day.
I couldn't wait to start on the second book in this series - and bought it and book three, book four, book five, book six and book seven - but I had to stop so I could review. My apologies for the delay, but I hated to put down my Kindle. I have found a fab new author!
So without further ado - here is my review...
Let me say, I read a lot of the MC genre books. Starting a new series is never easy. The first book is the introduction. It takes a lot to keep them fresh and new. Laramie Briscoe has taken both sweet and rough and created a believable MC world in the hills of Kentucky. At first, I wasn't sure I would like Liam, because of William, his father. But Liam showed that when he claims you as family, he protects his own.
I loved the secondary characters. They are blended in with humor and a sense of honor. Laramie Briscoe did an amazing job introducing and including the members of the club and extended characters from the small town.
I couldn't wait to get started on the second book in this series - I had to see what happened with Tyler and Meredith! I give this awesome start to a "new-to-me" series 4.5 stars!!