They say opposites attract. In my world that isn’t a good thing.
I did everything I could to escape the grips of motorcycle club I grew up in when I turned twenty-one.
It wasn’t about fear, or betrayal, or even lack of love. I just needed my own life.
I had to know how it felt to stand on my own two feet without their protection.
Then I met Diesel. Mysterious, dark, with eyes that screamed to be understood.
From the second I met him, I knew I needed to be in his life.
There’s just one problem – he’s a member of a different motorcycle club.
Two things that should never be combined. Yet I can’t stay away.
No matter how hard he pushes. I can see beyond his mask.
I need to know who he is and I’ll overcome any obstacle to be in his life.
A friendship is born, followed by an epic love.
Our relationship is forbidden.
But I’ll do anything to be in his life.
“Girls like you will never work with guys like me. I’m dark; it’s in my soul. You’re light; I saw it the first time I met you. You’re the kind of light that could fix my dark, but I can’t let that happen. I can’t take the chance that I might ruin you.”
“His soft voice fills the room, and I get lost in it. I forget everyone around me. I forget to breathe. I just watch and fall even deeper in love with the man on the stage. He sings, his eyes on mine, and I know that for the rest of my days, I don’t want to spend a second without him. Not a single second.”
Another fabulous addition to the MC Sinners Next Generation series. This book has it all: from angst to romance, to frustration and drama, to action and surprising twists and turns. Now, I’m not going to spoil this book for you, but I will tell you that this book is a lot of fun. I fell in love with Mercedes right away. She wasn’t like other girls. She just wanted to make friends and live a normal college life. But, she wasn’t afraid to stand up for herself when the situation called for it. Diesel took a little while to grow on me. He was broody and difficult, but I was really intrigued by him. I wanted to know why he behaved the way that he did. And when he allowed to himself to get close to Mercedes, the chemistry these two was off the charts. Now, this book does have a lot of frustrating moments. I found myself wanting to reach through my kindle and slap Diesel a few times, but he quickly saw the light and the error of his ways.
Overall, I found this book to be very entertaining. It was a quick read for me and I was able to finish it in one sitting. I loved the cross-over between Hells Knights and The Joker’s Wrath MC. That definitely made for an interesting story-line. And as always, it’s always a lot of fun to catch up with some old friends.
I think Drifter is a great addition to the MC Sinners Next Generation series, and I’m really looking forward to seeing whose story we’ll get next.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*