Review of Restraint (Heaven Hill Generations Book 5) by Laramie Briscoe #MCRomance #AgeGap #Restraint @HatterServices

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 out of 5

A dark night and tragedy when they were younger brought them together for a lifetime. They had to fight to stay away from each other until they were older and Justice was at the age that Caelin could show her how he really felt about her. He’s still afraid of what her father will say or do if he shows his hand though. 

Justice Walker survived a dark day with the help and protection of the Heaven Hills MC, but the person who really saved her was Caelin Blackfoot. He protected her and her father when they rescued her and he also helped her to recover from the tragedy and the fall out of that fateful night. 

This story has been a long awaited story for me. If you have been reading the Heaven Hills books by Laramie Briscoe, I believe that it has been for you as well. These characters are like family to me. I love how they all protect anyone that is part of their family, or considered family. They’ve had some rough times and some happy times, but Justice and Caelin have had to fight to heal and they deserve the best that life can give them. Justice has proven that she’s better and ready to take on the world. She’s kind hearted, tough, and still a bit vulnerable, but Caelin helps her to build her armor and show the family that she’s not broken. I loved this story and thought that it was beautifully written and the subject matter was handled perfectly. I give this story a 5-star review and am waiting for Harley’s story, although I hate to see it come because it means the end of the series. I love these characters and their stories.

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