⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5
He’s determined to find the man that put Delilah, his brother, Thrasher’s ol’ lady, in danger and has her terrified that he will come back for her, since she is the only victim to have escaped him. Raven is a man on a mission, the serial killer wreaking havoc reminds Raven of his past and the tragedy he survived with the help and protection of the RBMC that found him and took care of the man that took Raven’s sister from him. When the club decides to head to Las Vegas for Christmas, Raven chooses to stay behind because he is consumed with finding the serial killer and ending his terror.
She thought that she had found someone that cared about her, little did she know that the man that asked her out had ulterior motives. Now she’s escaped the horrors that he has wreaked on her and others, but is she safe? When Serena is run over by a man in the grocery story with a shopping cart, she finds herself drawn to the man and flirting with him. He could be her savior. When she finds herself in danger and tries to get away, she takes a fall and loses her memory. When she wakes up, she has no idea where she is, who she is, or how she got hurt.
I really liked this story of Raven and Serena’s story. These two are an unlikely pair, but the attraction between them can’t be denied. They dance around each other for a while, but when they do connect, the steam and attraction is off the charts, and they can no longer deny their feelings. I love the gruffness of Raven, but his softness finds its way to the surface with Serena, and he is kind and gentle with her. I love the Portland RBMC chapter and the characters within it. The closeness these guys share is great, they’re a family by choice, not by blood. I love K.L. Savage’s stories and her characters, there is always darkness, but there is also love, humor, and well-rounded characters. I did have some questions from this book that weren’t answered, but I am hoping that they will be soon. I give this story a 4.5-star review and look forward to more books by K.L. Savage in the near future.