⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
He was fine with his life the way it was now. He left NOLA to escape the pain and trouble he found himself in ten years ago. Even though he left part of his heart behind, he knew that his little girl was better off without him. When his president wants him back as the Sergeant At Arms for the NOLA Chapter of the RBMC, Scorn has no choice but to return. However, when he finds out why Jameson wanted him to return, he’s not happy.
She wanted to start her own school for autistic and special needs children when she ran into the red tape and fear of public-school policies. Kristin had the space, part of her father’s property in town and just needed to convert it to a school. What didn’t expect was to have her father make a deal with the RBMC to protect her because they had a deal in place.
I loved this story, but it was an emotional roller coaster of a ride. Scorn not only suffered loss ten years ago when took off, but now he will face it again. He’s not ready for the loss or the gain that he will find when he returns to NOLA. This story is emotional, action packed, and full of great characters. Scorn knows that he shouldn’t go against his president, but he can’t help himself. Kristin is not used to the bad boy’s but the pull she has with Scorn is beyond her control. These two may not normally fit together, but they were made for each other. I love the RBMC books, all of the authors have done a great job with their stories and I look forward to continuing reading all of the chapters stories. I give this book a 5-star review.