Ani has spent most of her life trying to find the right path. She’s spent the last five years attempting to experience the world. But no matter how hard she tries, nothing ever feels right. With her father’s health failing, she finds herself back in the sleepy Tennessee town where she grew up.
However, fate has a choice for Ani to make, does she resume the life she once had or does she take the opportunity for something different? Cash Roberts, the man who once held her heart, is vowing to win Ani back. But the temptation of something new is too strong to resist when a handsome stranger shows up in town. Knox O’Connell has brought his M.C. to Coker Creek in an attempt to get away from the anarchy and chaos of Ireland. The last thing he needs is the enticement of a free spirited woman. That is until she turns his world upside down.
Will Knox be able to win Ani over? In the midst of rival M.C. retaliation, will she be able to put her worries aside and follow the path that fate has given her or will she stay on the road that has always been familiar? What would you do if your past and present collided together, leaving you standing at a crossroad unsure of which path to take.
Who doesn’t love a book about a motorcycle club?! They are totally one of my biggest weaknesses, if I read something about a book and it mentions even just a motorcycle, I’m completely hooked. I actually didn’t read a blurb for this book but watched a book trailer and was HOOKED..mainly because Knox in the trailer was Opie from Sons of Anarchy..LOVE!
I loved reading the story of Ani and her struggle with her relationship from her teenager years into her adulthood with Cash. At a time that she needed Cash to support her most, he completely let her down. His actions shaped her feelings towards him for all the years to come. When Ani comes home from living in the big city for years after hearing her father’s health was declining she gets glimpses of a sexy motorcycle man, Knox.
Although I love all different types of motorcycle club books from dirty and gritty to just plain loving, I found myself not completely IN LOVE with this book. I did really enjoy the relations with Ani and Knox and everything that was going on with the town and the Motorcycle club I felt myself not feeling that much of connection between Ani and Knox. I wouldn’t say it was insta-love…they did kind of tip toe around each other but it was more insta-serious once they did start their relationship. I wanted a little more conversation and learning about each other before they felt a dying need to be around each other.
I do recommend this book if you love motorcycle club books, it was a great story about women outside the club coming in and shaping the men to be better and how the town cops are stepping out of uniform to help the club (which I thought was hilarious)!