War can never be forgotten.
No matter how many years have gone by.
No matter how many roads I’ve traveled.
No matter how many women I lose myself in.
The memories remain.
And on top of it all, I have the Dear John letter memorized in my head I received the day of the bombing.
War and love can go straight to hell because I’m done with both.
The only solace I have is the club.
We’ve been traveling awhile now and it’s time to go home.
But before we do, I’m collecting my mark, and hopefully Reaper remembers.
Because I’m not leaving Vegas without it.
Only, I never thought I’d want a beautiful blonde instead.
There’s a catch.She’s off-limits because she’s The President’s sister.
Of the Ruthless Kings.
I don’t want love.
And I sure as hell don’t want war.
I’ve lived both and both nearly killed me.
But I can’t seem to stay away, and my terms for the debt have changed.
I’m not leaving without Delilah.
The damn woman’s made me believe in love again.
And I’m not letting that go.
Even if it means I have to fight.
What’s that saying?
Nothing is fair in love and war.
* * I HAD BEEN GIVEN AN ADVANCED READERS COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST REVIEW * *
The only reason why this is not getting 5 stars is because I am mad at it… And you won’t understand in till you read it, lol.
I was a bit apprehensive about this book from the start because it’s another branch off of our king’s but it tugs at your hear stings from the start. In true KL fashion they have created this group of rag tag characters.that you want to know more about that you want to see more of.
And in my readers friend group claim them as your own. The emotional push and pull is amazing and I love it how Delilah is torn for various reasons that make you both upset and your heart bleed for her.
Thrasher is broken and feels he is to damaged for people, but his brotherhood is there for him. They relationships and bonds that are created in the pages of this book keeps you turning the pages, also the sex scenes are quite amazing and hot here as well.
I do recommend this book to anyone reading MC books, even if you aren’t familiar with the Ruthless Kings Series, this a good intro book to their writing and please check them all out.