⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
Fiona has been on her own for a while now, she may be the daughter of the past president of the Riot MC, Biloxi Chapter, but he didn’t raise her, and he made it very clear when she was a teen that she was not welcome at the clubhouse. So, she made a life for herself and avoided the club. Her best friend is the old lady of a member from the Jacksonville Chapter, and they have called in the Biloxi Chapter to protect Fiona after she has been abused by her live in fiancé. She doesn’t feel that they will help her because she’s distanced herself, and some take notice and make comments, but most of them still view her as family, even though her father is no longer living.
The one man that is the reason Fiona was banned from the clubhouse shows up to help her out with the others, but there’s tension there. Not because he knows about the past, but because he feels that Fiona never wanted any part of being an MC princess. Cynic and Fiona are pushed together and have to make the best of their circumstances. When Fiona gets some information that changes her reaction to Cynic, things begin to heat up.
I really liked Cynic and Fiona’s story. There was a lot going on and the chemistry between these two was great. I love the characters and the story. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more of the Riot MC books.