It can hurt like hell to let go, but sometimes holding on hurts even more.
Over the years, I’d taken some pretty hard hits. Hell, some were hard enough to break a man, and they had damn near broken me. My past haunted me, consuming me with rage, guilt, and regret.
As the Ruthless Sinners’ enforcer, I held those dark feelings close, used them to keep my brothers and the club out of harm’s way. It wasn’t easy, especially when there was always someone itching to take us down. The same held true on the night that the mysterious Remington Taylor was left for dead at our door step.
One look at her had me questioning everything.
She was in a league of her own, beautiful and smart, and had a strength like no one I’d ever known. This woman was going to ruin me—make me feel things I’d buried a long time ago. I could see it in her eyes, feel it in her touch, but I still let her draw me in.
For the first time in my life, the pain of holding on was greater than the fear of letting go.
Holding On is book two in the Ruthless Sinners series. This is Shotgun’s story, and while it’s part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.
This addition to the Ruthless Sinner’s MC will have you rooting for forgiveness, mended hearts, and second chances.
* * I HAD BEEN GIVEN AN ADVANCED READERS COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST REVIEW * *
Another homerun by Mrs. Wilder!!!
I have never been disappointed by any of her MC books and how the slightly connect make it even better with other MCs and Chapters.
Shotgun is that tough brooding alpha male that is everything I think I want in a real man but know I cannot handle. But Remington can handle him and proves it with how much of a bad ass she is in so many ways.
Being in the wrong place at the wrong time she is thrust into a life she knew nothing about in a way that left her not only fighting for her life but fighting to find that normalcy again. Then she meets Shotgun (again) and he proves that he nothing like the man she thought he was in their first meeting. But he shows that he is much much more. Letting her under his skin, and showing her how damaged he truly feels he is.
Shotgun has not had it easy in life and that’s how he reflects it out to the world. But he is softer than he lets on and very few get to see that side and when you do, it shows he’s not as broken as he lets on.
I only gave it 4 out of 5 🌟 stars because it did feel slightly rushed near the end, and the epilogue left me wanting more and more lol.