Casey Stewart has spent her high school years being picked on and never being enough for her parents. Starting college in Seattle is the opportunity she has been waiting for to shed her old image and create a new one. Casey is on the path to destruction. In a year, she has gone from the loner to the wild child. Can she be saved before she destroys herself?
Alec "Gunner" Foster had a tough childhood. When his aunt and uncle step in and move him and his mom to Vegas, Gunner is finally able to be a kid again. Growing up with the VP of the Wayward Saints MC in Las Vegas, Gunner knew he wanted to be the some kind of man his uncle is. Dependable. Loyal. Fierce. With retaliation on his mind, can he stay true to himself and the first girl he's ever cared about?
For mature audiences only. Contains violence and sexual encounters.
K. Renee continues to impress me with her writing skills, she is able to pull out all the details of each character and make you care for them like family.
This book showed us things from Casey's point of view, your really able to connect with Casey and respect her actions more. When you are always put down and told your your nothing, you begin to believe it. Then comes the time, that the only attention you get, doesn't make you have a positive self esteem. You seek and desire that attention because it is the only attention you have ever received. Are you getting where Casey comes from? Her feeling of being unworthy, and that good things never last.
I try my best not to post spoilers in my reviews but, you will have a hard time putting this book down. The flow of this book was perfect, and K. Renee really makes you want that next book. Keep an eye on this girl, she will be rising to the top!
I give Wayward Soul 5 stars