Justice Lonesome has enjoyed a life of bounty.
Even so, she’s inherited the curse of the Lonesome. A poet’s soul. Which means she’s still searching for something. Searching for peace. Searching for the less…that’s more.
And when the foundation of her life is pulled out from under her, grieving, she goes to the mountains to find her oasis. She hits Carnal, Colorado and decides to stay.
Deke Hightower lost everything at the age of two. He lost it again at fifteen. His life has not been about bounty. It’s been about learning to live with less, because there’s no way to get more.
Deke’s also watched all his friends go down to the women who gave them what they needed. He wants that for himself. But he knows that search isn’t going to be easy because he’s a rider. His home is the road. That’s the only place he can breathe. And the woman who takes her place at his side has to do it sitting on the back of his bike.
When Deke meets Justice, he knows she’s not that woman. She’s cute. She’s sweet. And she’s into him, but she’s got it all and Deke knows he won’t fit into that. So he holds her at arm’s length. Establishes boundaries. And Justice will take it because she wants Deke any way he’ll let her have him.
But when Justice finds herself a pawn in a dangerous game, Deke makes a decision.
When he does, he has no idea he’s just opened himself up to bounty.
Awesome read all these books each better than last .Thank you keep writing.
Addicting. That is the one word that describes what KA’s Bounty is. KA has delivered another amazing story. I don’t think anyone’s review could even do this KA book justice (pun intended). Jussy and Deke are one of my top favorite couples KA has created this far, though I feel I say that after every book I read of hers. I can’t say much in effort of not spoiling this book for anyone, but this is the first book of KA’s since At Peace that made me cry some. I cannot wait to read Wood’s book next.
Fabulous book , couldn't put it down. I've been waiting for Deke's story since I finished the other books in the series. It was well worth the wait!!! Highly recommend this book to anyone who likes to read!