⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
Wow, ugly cry! This story is heartbreaking, but action packed as well.
Boomer grew up in the Ruthless Kings MC Las Vegas Chapter. His father was the president until his death due to a bad plan. Boomer stayed with the MC and was raised by Reaper, Boomer’s father’s best friend. Reaper is now the president of the club. Boomer is so happy to have found out that he has a sister and he loves her unconditionally, but Boomer is having a hard time finding himself and finding his place in the MC. He needs to get away and figure out what will make him happy and who he is. So, he sneaks away in the dark of morning leaving a note for his sister and the MC that raised him, finding himself in Atlantic City, NJ at a rundown motel on the beach.
Scarlett is a college student that finds herself waking up in the damp, musty basement of some house. She has no idea how she got there or what has happened to her in the past few hours. Her last memory is of being on campus and hearing the rumble of motorcycles and then the sting of something on her neck. When she wakes up and finds herself unable to move and collar around her neck, she begins to panic and is comforted by another female voice, until she learns where she is and what her future looks like. When Abigail, the other girl with her basement, tells her of the man who brings her food and how he is kind, Scarlett is skeptical and shows that she is not afraid of him. She confronts him as to how he can let them be treated this way and why he hasn’t helped them.
Boomer finds his way and what he’s meant for in Atlantic City when he finds Scarlett and other women being held in a basement. His odd friendship with the motel owner, Homer, gives him purpose too. He wants to help Homer rebuild the motel and make it a place where people want to stay and give Homer some peace in his life. He has sacrificed so much already and deserves to have some good in his life.
This story broke my heart, tore it out of my chest, and then put it back together. It was devastating to get to know Boomer and his struggles, but when he finds his way, it healed my heart right along with healing his. It is a beautifully tragic story of a man who feels like he has nothing to live for and finds that if he weren’t around so many people would be heart broken. I loved this story and I am looking forward to more of the Ruthless Kings, although I hope that there will be more of Boomer’s MC as well in the future. The men of the Ruthless Kings make me laugh at times, the passion that they have about their proclivities and the way they treat each other like they are family is amusing and I love them all. I give this story a 5-star review and recommend it to readers who love MC romance, goofy, tough, dark bikers, and the women who complete them and make them whole. I will give you a heads up though that it is dark, heartbreaking, and deals a touchy subject, but it is done very well.