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Publisher Description

We finally get our happily ever after.....


Remington "Remy" Sawyer


For most of my life I've been the person who lived with the hand he was dealt. Not much in my life have I had a say in. Birthed by parents I don't talk to, I was raised by the only person who ever cared for me - my brother, Cash. Under his guidance, I've become the person I am today.


Productive member of society, and patched brother in the Heaven Hill MC. 


I don't want for anything, other than Tatum Walker. 


We had a shot, and we both screwed it up......massively.


Tatum "Tate" Walker


Being the daughter of the President of the Heaven Hill MC is a burden, but one I'll face every day with pride. It's hard for me to know what people like me for. Is it my personality, my looks, or are they trying to get close to the Club? There's one person I've never doubted.


Remington Sawyer.


A year ago we had one night of almost passion - that ended with me walking away in tears - and him walking away in anger.


Some time away from each other has given us perspective. Now, instead of the storm of chaos that was our one attempt at a relationship, we're both ready for calm.


And nothing, they say, is as calm - as the eye of a Hurricane.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
October 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
272
Pages
PUBLISHER
Laramie Briscoe Books
SELLER
Heather Hays
SIZE
2.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Reckless Readers ,

The Love We All Want

Heaven Hill MC is back!!!! Little Tatum is all grown up and making demands. The beginning of the novel leaves breadcrumbs as to what happened between Tatum and Remy.

My favorite part of this story is how much of a change the reader can see in Tatum. She matures fast for such a young age to get the man she deserves.

Remington aka Remy takes drastic measures to get Tatum's attention. He knows he messed up and he just wants to get her back. The romance from these two, no matter if they are arguing or not, is incredibly strong. It's a love we all want.

***Reviewed by Sallie***

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