We all have secrets.
As a Ruthless Sinner, I had more than I could count.
Club business was club business. Period.
Marlowe Davenport, the club’s new bartender, had secrets of her own.
The girl was beautiful with captivating, blue eyes that could hypnotize any man.
Hell, without even trying, she had me tied up in knots.
She’d come to Nashville to escape her past, and I was determined to claim her future.
The timing couldn’t have been worse.
There was a war on the horizon, and as those dark clouds drew closer, I would soon discover Marlowe had a part to play in it—a part she didn’t even know she had until everything she cared about was on the line.
Secrets have a way of revealing themselves when you least expect it, and when they do, they don’t give a damn about the casualties they leave in their wake.
* * I HAD BEEN GIVEN AN ADVANCED READERS COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST REVIEW * *
I love every thing and anything about the Ruthless Sinners and L. Wilders amazing MC interconnected world!
The only reason it got a 4 star instead of 5 was because I personally didn’t feel there was closure for Marlowe when it came to her family. Other than that, I loved it so much.
Rafe isn’t the Typical MC guy you see, he’s not former military or have a dark seeded past. He was a regular guy who wanted to join the brotherhood and worked his ass off to do it.
Marlowe is a broken down character but she is not out. And you can tell by the subtleties in which she interacts with Country and others. Her southern charm bring everyone in but she in to the fold and make her love her and in turn makes her start to love herself.
I love Rafe on the sense that he is 100% the Alpha personality but he tones it back to help Harlow’s find who she is and be comfortable with herself. He shows he cares in small ways that make her swoon and appreciate everything and anything….
The drama is amazing and opens a dialogue between you and your book friends.