Two paths that crossed years ago, and then their lives imploded.
Now on the opposite sides of the law, but both want the same thing: The Devil’s Rebels destroyed.
Can Kaye and Jax wade through their past to focus on the present, or will they destroy each other in the end?
The Kings want vengeance, but now so does the law.
MY REVIEW: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
He kept his mouth shut for family, and paid the price by going to prison, but the woman he loves doesn’t know that. He spent five years paying for the decision he made because he isn’t a snitch, and he lost the one person that made his life brighter in the process. Now he’s out and looking to stay that way, but Jax “Brick” can’t seem to move on from the past and knowing that the police and Kaye are watching his every move waiting for him to mess up again makes it even harder to move on from her.
She was devastated to find out that the man she loved and had spent a year with was not who she thought he was. She was just doing her job that night though. Now that he is out, she is keeping a close eye on him and his friends in the Kings of Vengeance MC. Kaye is determined to find out who is selling drugs in Whitmore, and she has a feeling that the Kings of Vengeance can lead her to them. However, she did not plan on Jax “Brick” rocking her world again after five years apart.
Brick and Kaye are working toward the same goal, but they will both need to talk and clear the air if they want to work together to clean up their town. The Kings of Vengeance are working to clear their town of drugs and the MC that is causing all the trouble, but when they find out that they are being watched closely they have to change their plans completely and then things take another turn. There are a couple of twists and turns in the story that I was not prepared for, but it just made the story that much better. I love the Kings of Vengeance brothers and their women certainly keep them on their toes. Crazy is not even the right word for those women. I was a little disappointed that there was no “book club” meetings in this book, I think adding Kaye to their “book club” can be interesting. I love the characters and the story, and I look forward to Ride or Die next. I give this book a 5-star review, and I hope the next book is out soon. I really need to find out what is going on.