It was just supposed to be one drunken night between Zephyr and Lynn.
Except Zephyr and Lynn can't seem to stay away from each other.
With the club moving in a new direction, Zephyr needs to focus on club business.
Club business, that if they aren't careful, could get more people killed.
Can Zephyr help Lynn balance on the edge of her family drama, and also focus on his own responsibilities to the club?
Everyone knows you don't mess with the Kings of Vengenace, but sometimes people need reminding
Loved the book was great.
Excited to read next one
Loved this couple!
Loved this couple! After a childhood where she had to grow up too quickly, Lynn has lived her adult life very structured and focused on her career. Zephyr is the complete opposite for her, throwing a wrench in her plans by trying to take away the stresses in her life and take some of the load off of her. She struggles to let Zephyr help her while he is confused as to why it’s hard for her to do so. The dynamic between these two was great, between their witty banter and Lynn not knowing what to do when Zephyr took over, it became quite comical. This book didn’t focus on much drama within the MC, but it definitely alluded to something larger between the previous books and Lynn’s sister. I would classify this book as a filler book just because nothing dramatic happened, but it also gave some backstory and understanding for the next book in the series with the cliffhangers at the end. I can’t wait to see what happens!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.