There was just something about the last job that kept me from keeping my cool.
I know how dangerous it is, and knew even better when I had to be carried away that day, becoming literally less of the man that entered that compound.
I was ordered to rest, recover, and recuperate, all under the watchful eyes of the team’s psychologist.
She was there to get in my head, to watch for signs that I may be a danger to myself.
She became my outlet, the calm to the storm trying to take over in my head.
There would be no problem with what we were doing because the possibility of returning to work with the Cerberus MC was never going to happen, and if there was an off-chance I would, walking away would be easy, right?
I’m inching up on the BIG 4-0. The gray hairs are doubling what seems like daily, and the wrinkles and laugh lines are more pronounced than ever.
I have an amazing husband (Married just over 15 years.)
We have two boys we’re doing our best to raise as respectful gentleman.
I have a master’s degree in criminal justice which I used to work as a juvenile probation office until deciding to write full-time in June of 2019. So that means there’s usually always some criminal/law element to my novels.
If I’m not writing; I’m reading.
My favorite genres recently are bully/reverse harem and enemies to lovers. Maybe I’m reliving my traumatic teen years through the girls who actually end up with the boys. (Not that I would change my history since it’s gotten me exactly where I need to be!)
I love coffee. I miss carbs. Music is LIFE. I try not to be too serious.
MY REVIEW: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
Wow! Such a wonderful job with this story. I love Aro and Slick and this story was done so well. It can hit very close to home with some readers, but I think it was handled with the utmost care, respect, and love that the story deserved.
Aro has to readjust to his job after a tragic job left him in the hospital in critical condition and new reality to his life. Slick has been tasked with staying with him to keep him going and to keep Kincaid and the rest of the Cerberus OG’s up to date on his progress and his mind set. When their lines become blurred and they act on their attraction to each other, their jobs are held in jeopardy, or are they?
I’ve loved the Cerberus MC books from the very first one and I find this series to continue to get better with each and every story that is written. While Harley’s story was heartbreaking, Aro’s story is so surreal and such a touchy subject for some. However, Marie James has handled it with the most care and consideration as a writer could and the result was an outstanding story. For Brynn, it’s making the right choices in her life and finding a man to see her as Brynn and not Slick. She needs Aro to be sure he sees her and not just a teammate. For Josh, it’s overcoming the obstacles that are now in his life and finding the strength to continue his life as it was prior to the tragic mission that changed his life. Knowing that he has the Cerberus family with him and behind him can heal a lot. I loved how Ugly could make things much lighter when needed. I loved this story and I look forward to more Cerberus MC books to come. I give this book a 5-star review.