Blaze and Kenedee are two opposites that shouldn’t match, she’s a life preserver and he takes lives away so when they meet Kenedee struggles to come to terms with her feelings the one common they have they both fiercely love his son. This story tests her morals and what she has thought her life was meant to be but love trumps all.
The woman in the diner he saw seemed filled with light, and he felt drawn to her, but he knew she was leaving for the night. Kenadee works as a nurse and although she sometimes had doubts about it, she enjoyed it most times. After picking up some dinner with her friend, she needed to know if there was more to the biker she saw at the bar. They meet again, although not ideal circumstances, but Blaze remember to get Kenadee’s phone number this time. Heading out on their first date Blaze asks her if she’s nervous about the ride or the date, she says both, but the smouldering kiss he gives her puts her focus on him. They can’t deny the sparks flying between them, but Kenadee wonders if it was just her when she doesn’t here from Sawyer for a few days. When one of Sawyer’s friends turns up, telling her that he needs her help and Sawyer is injured, she doesn’t hesitate, but Blaze’s reaction to her being there has her walking out the door. Although Blaze tries to explain what his happening, he can only let Kenadee know that it’s club business or put her in more danger, when he realises she doesn’t know the clubs in lockdown and she can’t leave, he knows how she’s going to react. Can Kenadee deal with not being able to know about the club’s business and how things work, or will she walk away from Blaze as soon as she can, even though she’s falling for him.
I don't normally read MC books, but thought to give this ago. I honestly enjoyed the story, connected with the characters and was keen to see how this finished. Thoroughly enjoyed the book and about to start reading book #2.