Reed “Keg” Borelli loves his freedom, and to him, nothing beats hitting the open road with his club brothers. At least it used to be that way before two of them settled down with ol’ ladies. He is happy for his brothers, maybe even a little jealous. Keg once thought he had found love. Instead, he chalked it up to being young.
Until she returns.
Raven Allen is back in the town she was raised in. Except for this time as a woman with responsibilities and harboring at least one regret. She figures life has come full circle when she faces the man who, at a young age, had held her whole heart. But if life had taught her anything – it was happiness wasn’t meant for her. She experienced it twice, and each time it had been ripped away.
Haven MC is placed on standby when a local gang steps up their illegal activity. The situation isn’t generally in the realm of their directives, but as the gang’s activity threatens to touch one of their own – the sphere changes – and Keg realizes he can either hold on to the feeling of betrayal or grasp the second chance life has offered.
Keg/Reed and Raven — Heartwarming Read!
Reed/Keg and Raven were high school sweethearts. On the day that Reed was patched in to the Haven MC Club, he finds out Raven is moving to the east coast to help take care of her mother who was in a car accident and wouldn't be returning very soon. Angry, upset and hurt Reed breaks up with Raven, stating long distance relationships are hard to maintain. Raven never returned. Twelve years later Raven is back in town and a veterinarian and working for her Grandfather. She isn’t alone, she has two children with her and a big secret she has been hiding from Keg. A great storyline and wonderful characters. I was hooked from page 1 to the end. I loved how Keg put aside his hurt and anger and stepped up to be a father and get to know his son and be a part of his life, along with Ryker’s little sister Reagan. Great Read! Looking forward to more in this series.
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I almost forgot who this book was about but as I read more and realized this was the one I was waiting for I dropped my phone. This series is getting better with every members story. Can not wait for the next one!