The end of her world is what brings him back—her biker. His chocolate eyes pierce her soul while his club tempts her with a life that she didn’t know she could ever have. Especially not when she was clutching the tattered remains of her existence, and with a weight bearing down on her which makes her unfit for the role of Old Lady. Asher changes that. He wants to set about repairing it, repairing her and her broken world. The problem is, even his strong shoulders can’t carry the burden of her sorrow.
Asher doesn’t take no for an answer. She may have given him her heart three years ago, but never in her wildest dreams would she imagine she had possessed his for the same amount of time.
Just when it seems like she may be able to ride off into the horizon, the world isn’t quite finished trying to rob her of breath. Of life.
Asher and Lily met 3 years ago, fate brought them back together again. Fate being the passing of Lily's mother. Yes, this book was about Asher and Lily, but Lily's best fried Bex played such an intense part of their story that she has to be spoken about.
Bex has no family, Lily and her Mom took Bex in. They basically raised her. So, as with any peraon dealing with what she has on her plate, she has some major issues. Lily is struggling to find herself. For the last three years she has been caregiver, who is she now? Who will she be when she spreads her wings a little?
This book had some errors with some minor words missing amd some grammar mistakes. But, in no way did it take away from the story. The other books in this series had some minor missteps also, but again, nothing that would make me stop reading. In fact, it really seemed like the characters were screaming at Ms Malcome to come out that she was just trying to keep up with the characters.