I've loved him since I was old enough to understand what that meant.
Max Jackson, patched member of the Knight's MC, is someone Wren Armstrong’s father considers a friend. She shouldn't want him. Shouldn't need him. But she does. She always has.
When Wren is put in danger while away at school, she's forced to return home to Hawthorne, Nevada, on the back of the bike of the very man she left to avoid.
That first kiss is everything she ever dreamed it would be and everything Max has tried like hell to deny. But when danger looms with Wren at its center, Max will stop at nothing to protect her. Even if it means losing everything else he loves in the process.
This is the story of Max and Wren. The first in the Ride Series Second Generation
Max can be read as a stand-alone, but it's recommended that you read the First Generation Ride series.
* Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
It did not disappoint!! I read the first generation a while back and I’m truly pleased with the stories of their offspring.
I was curious because it’s the second generation but she really doesn’t change up her story lines. Damsel in distress, boy pushes her away, girl gets taken, boy finds girl, they get married. Seems like the subplots could be explored more than she does. Her stuff is pretty basic.