Shady has spent the last eight years of his life dedicated to the Sinner's Creed Motorcycle Club. But after losing the man who was both his brother and his best friend, he has a new purpose—to avenge the death of the greatest nomad in Sinner’s Creed history.
His plan is flawless. His mission is simple: seek and destroy. There is no room for distractions—especially a distraction like Diem.
She's infuriating. Demanding. Complicated. Impossible. And for some reason, Shady can’t stay away. But he only has space in his heart for one love: Sinner’s Creed. And the club always comes first. Always.
Shady is still reeling from the loss of a club brother, and is hell-bent on inflicting revenge on those who were responsible. Living under an assumed identity in another town, Shady soon meets his match in Diem. Diem is harsh and stubborn and rude; and I loved her. She pushed her way into Shady's life and, in one of my favorite scenes - steals his truck! I loved Diem's character. Shady needed someone to challenge him, to make him angry, someone to agitate him - and that was Diem.
Kim did a spectacular job with twists and turns, and unexpected surprises. And true to her word, she didn't make us cry but helped us heal.