⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
What can I say about this book, other than it is another top-notch story of the Broken Rebel Brotherhood Next Generation? I love the characters and the idea of the Broken Rebel Brotherhood. The story lines are always raw, dangerous, and action packed.
Isabelle is looking for a new challenge and something she can attain on her own merits. She loves working with her family of the Broken Rebel Brotherhood, and being the daughter of a founding member, she’s just as passionate as the rest of the Brotherhood to help those that the law can’t. However, she wants something more, something of her own and she’s found that something else, but now she has a new challenge, his name if Finn Walsh.
Finn Walsh has a lot of darkness and anger inside. A war vet that is still battling the scars of his time in the service and the loss of brothers in arms as well as a part of him. He has a chip on his shoulders and a bad attitude that pushes most people away. He challenges the new group leader of his Wounded Warrior group. He’s convinced the young woman won’t be able to help anyone because she has never been in the service, nor has she lived through any trauma, but he’s in for a rude awakening and a woman that will rock his world and show him that she’s so much more than he thought.
Isabelle may not be a vet, but she has dealt with a lot of traumas with the Brotherhood and she’s good at what she does. She’s a woman of many talents and will knock Finn off his feet and his world off its axis. She rides a Harley, is reckless, passionate, empathetic, and a total bad a$$ babe. This story of Finn and Isabelle is an action packed, steamy, sexual tension filled story of two people who were made for each other, but never knew the other existed. Their first meeting is epic and leaves them both with fantasies of the other. I loved this final book in the Broken Rebel Brotherhood Next Generation Series. I hate to see these characters end, but I am a big supporter and fan of Andi Rhodes and I look forward to more books by her to come. I give this story a 5-star review and encourage you to pick up the first book in the series, Broken Souls if you haven’t read the series yet.