⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
A nomad, Warp has no roots and no attachments, until he becomes a godfather and then his heart begins to melt for the boys that adore him. His past taught him not to trust or become attached, but now he can’t help himself, and when the godmother gets drunk and kisses him, his walls really begin to crumble around his heart.
She is a southern bell but living in California now and making her own way. Jess owns her own business and decides to follow her best friend to California and open a second store there so they could be close. When Whitney and Bolton start a family, Whitney asks her best friend Jess to be the godmother, and of course she agrees.
Jess and Warp couldn’t be more different, but the attraction between them is off the charts as is the pull they have. Unable to fight it any longer, Warp decides to take a chance and stick around in one location, but an undercover gig that he does for the Kings of Chaos almost goes really bad and he is left with a lot of questions regarding the club and his desire to stay with the chapter. I enjoyed this story and found the characters to be entertaining and likable. This was my first book in this series, but I was not too lost when I started it. Ms. Colt wrote so that she covered the background story for how Warp and Jess met. It was also my first read of a book by Shyla Colt. It was a good read and great characters and I give it a 5-star review.