⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
He thought he had a lot to prove to his family and his club. Being the youngest son of the president of the Houston Defiance MC, Koda felt that he had a lot to prove to the club and his sister and brother after their parents were brutally taken from them. So, he agrees to go to college to get life experience and in Prinie’s eyes, get away from the club. She wanted him away from the danger and the club to grow and be the man she knew he could be, but the club was in his blood, and he could never turn his back on his family. When he got to Stonewall College, he found secrets, lies, and deception.
Thayleah has lived her own tragic life and now that she’s found a family in an MC club that saved her and has been protecting her, she’s beginning to find her way to her future. The club sends her to college, but Thayleah isn’t quite sure she’s ready to be on her own yet. What she finds at Stonewall College could be just as tragic for her, but meeting Koda helps her cope with her past.
I love this series and have been waiting for Koda’s story. However, I am very anxious for Survive now as Secretive ends on a cliff-hanger. Great story, characters, and series. Koda feels as though he has a lot to prove to remain in the Houston Defiance, or to prospect for them, but he’s as committed, loyal, and determined as his club brothers and his brother that leads the Houston Defiance. He didn’t want to leave the club, but he did to make his sister and brother feel better. Now he’s back and ready to show them that he belongs with them and to stand beside them in the club. I’ve loved every book I’ve read in this series. I love K. E. Osborn’s books and Secretive did not disappoint. I give this book a 5-star review and anxiously await Survive to come out soon.