After the death of her father, Ash learned an important lesson: being a Disciple is dangerous. The club her father had loved, the club that had been their family, took him from her. She couldn’t stay and wait for the day it would take the man she loved from her, too. So, she left. Now, she’s the one in danger, and the Disciples are the only ones that can keep her safe. She has no choice but to return to the club and the man she left behind.
A Disciple will fight like a savage for what is his.
Sketch has what he needs: his tattooing, the club, and his bike. Anything else would require a heart, and his was ripped out of his chest a long time ago. It wasn’t coming back. At least, not until she did.
His heart isn’t the only thing Ash brings with her, though. She has a daughter. A daughter old enough to be his. A daughter Ash claims might not be. But in his heart, Sketch knows the truth. That little girl is his… just like her mom.
This biker knows one thing: a Disciple’s daughter’s return is about to make his whole world shift.
Sketch and Ash have known each other almost their entire lives. After a tragic accident and Ash's father passes away, she blames the club and just disappears. The club has had an old threat come back after a few years of being dormant. Can Sketch and Ash rekindle the love? Or has it been too long and way too much hurt?
This is the second book in this series and I am waiting anxiously for the 3rd installment. This book had multiple twists that you didn't see coming. I think the way that Drew made the whole big bad bikers look relatable by introducing Little Emmy was fantastic. I could just picture these big bikers carrying princess furniture and her having them wrapped around her fist. It was such a nice turn to see them so gentle and caring.
Kudos to you Drew on making me read the book so fast because I just had to know what was around the next corner. In love with this series and I need the next one.......now!