Fall in love with Jed and Josie in this emotionally captivating, sexy standalone romance by New York Times best-selling author Melissa Foster. The perfect love story for those who enjoy fiercely loyal and insanely sexy alpha heroes, smart, sassy heroines, strong family bonds, bikers, babies, and more!
Can true love strike twice in one lifetime?
Josie Beckley refuses to believe there is a limit on happiness. A decade after she escaped her abusive parents and lost touch with her siblings, the death of her husband leaves her and her son homeless. But Josie has never been one to wallow in sadness, and when she takes a chance on reconnecting with her siblings, a sinfully handsome bright light from her past shows up and offers to help her find a way out of the darkness.
Most people wouldn't see Jed Moon as someone to look up to. He's been in and out of jail and has lived a less-than-stellar lifestyle. But years ago one woman saw through his b******t, and he's never forgotten her. Now she's back in his life, and as a prospect for the Dark Knights motorcycle club, Jed promises to keep an eye on the sassy, sexy single mother who has never stopped lighting his fantasies on fire.
Jed and Josie's combustible connection is stronger than ever. Having Josie and her son in his life brings out all of Jed's protective instincts-and visions of a future he never imagined having. But when a shocking revelation knocks the insatiable lovers to their knees, it forces them to make choices that could change their lives forever.
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I love Jed and Josie
I love The Whiskey series and big, bad Jed Moon's book did not disappoint. Jed and Josie both had horrible childhoods. Jed's father was killed in an accident and his mother turned to drinking and left him to fend for himself and his sister, doing whatever he could for them to survive. Josie's parent were abusive, especially to her siblings, who she lost contact with years ago. Jed and Josie had met years before and had amazing chemistry, so when their paths crossed again years later they were surprised that the chemistry was still there. Jed and Josie were absolutely wonderful together, their story touched me and had me drying my eyes several times. I love this series and all of the characters in it, the Whiskey family has a way of drawing you in and making you want more.
The audible version is absolutely wonderful. Devra Woodward and Jacob Morgan do an excellent job in bringing Mad About Moon to life. You fall faster and harder for Jed and Josie in the audio version. They did a wonderful job with their narration
I Love Moon and Josie
I was so happy to get more of the Whiskeys and Mad About Moon did not disappoint. Jed Moon and Josie Beckley have a history. Actually it's just a history of a few hours but it was a few hours neither will forget. When they reconnect years later Jed learns about the struggles Josie has faced since they last saw each other.
Jed is surprised to see Josie and to learn that she is the long lost sister of his friends Sara and Scott. Since he is a prospect for the Dark Knights Motorcycle club he offers to look out for her and her son. In doing so they grow closer and he helps her get the courage to re connect with her brother and sister.
Josie has been trying to make it on her own ever since her husband died suddenly. She finds herself without a job and living in a women's shelter with her son Hail. Jed shows up one day and she realizes that he is the boy she was with years ago whom she never forgot. He tells her that he wants to be there for her and Hail and help them out in anyway that he can.
This is book 4 in the series, but the first one I have read in this series. With that being said, I was pleasantly surprised. I was expecting a lot of alpha male/dominant type of characters. Yes there are those, but they also show their softer sides.
The interactions between Moon and Jojo were classic getting to know you. But seeing him with her little boy, Hale, was amazing. He loves that little boy beyond the moon. Watching Moon with Ricardo and Marco, you could see him trying to prevent the mistakes he made and wanting to help the boys.
Personally, I can't wait for Diesel's book. It's going to take one heck of a woman to tame him, but whoever succeeds will have one great big protective and growly teddy bear on her hands.