As the only daughter of the Knights MC President, Grace Jackson was raised in the life. Her pop would keep her in a protective bubble if he had his way, and her job is less than a dream, but she loves her life and the small town of Hawthorne where she was raised.
The moment Ruston King, president of the Royal Bloods, sets eyes on Grace, he’s determined to make the club princess his queen. But first, he’ll need to convince her that he’s worth giving up everything for.
When danger strikes, Ruston will need to prove he can protect more than just her heart.
This is the story of Ruston and Grace, the fifth installment in the Ride Series Second Generation.
Great start/finish to new series
I was super excited to read this one. Very intrigued by what their story would entail in Emmie and Gunner’s book. The beginning focuses on going back to when they first meet and delving into the details of what transpired during that time while Ruston was in recovering. It was a build up of how intense their connection was.
When Grace takes the plunge and moves to Bishopric
trouble finds them.
This book was great but I kept feeling like it was missing something. There wasn’t too much excitement. But I also think this book was doing one of two things. Laying out the foundation for the new club and it’s members and closing on a chapter of the Knights MC. Still gave it five stars and I’m looking forward to the new characters and their stories.
I love this author and have read other books in the series but this story was just kind of boring. The storyline dragged on and the ending was anti-climatic.
Tried really hard to get into this book. Not even halfway through and I’m just bored. I honestly can’t even force myself to finish it. My only regret is not just the money wasted on it