Happiness. Mia Spencer’s life is full of it. She has an amazing new job, friends, family, and the light of her life - her daughter Lexie. Running from the demons of the past, escaping a hell that she vowed Lexie would never know about, she worked through hardship and near poverty to create something she was proud of. Buried deep inside, underneath the swell of love she had for her only daughter, were the fractured pieces of her. Pieces that were smashed and battered when she was young and vulnerable.
Then she meets Bull, who seems to hate her on sight. He screams danger, from his huge physique, to his beautiful ink, to the motorcycle club he belongs to. He is silent, his glares threaten to burn her into flames, yet she finds herself falling for him. Finds this broken man slowly fixing the pieces she thought would stay shattered forever.
Mia and Lexie just moved into a new town for Mia's new job. This mother daughter unit is so darn funny I took a drink of a coke and it came out my nose, that is how hard I was laughing at the memorable one liners in this boom. Insert Bull, the surly Enforcer for The Sons MC.
Bull and Mia have heartbreaking pasts that prevent them from letting walls come down for happiness. It takes Lex, Mia's daughter and some good friends to wake Mia up. This book had the perfect amount of action, tenderness and poor comic relief!