Genevieve Daylee didn’t expect to be standing in front of a judge on her twenty-seventh birthday. But ever since her life became entangled with a former motorcycle gang, she’s learned not to expect anything but trouble.
Her mother, a woman she once admired and adored, is gone, leaving behind a trail of secrets and lies. She’s living in a tiny apartment above a garage owned by her brother, a man who loathes her very existence. And the father she met beside her mother’s grave is as much of a stranger as Isaiah Reynolds, the broken man with soulless eyes standing beside her in front of the judge.
Isaiah is her protector from the murderer at large in Clifton Forge. Though he’s more like a riven knight in dented armor than a prince on a white stallion. She knows next to nothing about him, other than he works as a mechanic. As of tonight, he’ll be sharing her bathroom.
And, according to the judge, Isaiah is now her husband.
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I rarely rate a book 5 stars but this one deserves that and more. I fell in love with the plot, story and characters.So much emotion. I don’t remember when I cried so hard reading a book. I can’t recommend this one enough.
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Riven Knight is the second book in the Tin Gypsie’s Series and what a read it was. Isaiah and Genevieve story will capture your hearts 💕 Their story is full of pain, secrets, drama, mystery, redemption, healing and love ❤️ I was drawn into this story from the first page and didn’t want it to end. I can’t wait for the next book in the series!
So emotional (spoilers)
I’ve loved DP’s books since I read my 1st one, but after this one, I hate her a little, too. It takes a gift for an author to create characters you dislike initially but grow to love and then mourn.
Draven Slater was introduced in DP’s Jamison Valley series, and this black knight became a white one by saving his daughter-in-law. Fast forward to her Tin Gypsy series, and we meet up with Draven Slater once again.
Now most people believe this book is about Isaiah and Genevieve’s growing relationship from fake to truly married. Me? Draven Slater stole the show. The deeper meaning of the book is about connections and forming ties that bind. Central to that is how DS was the impetuous for Dash and Bryce, Isaiah and Genevieve, Dash and Genevieve, and even Genevieve and Nick. Even though he’d retired from the day-to-day running of the garage, he was prominent in the lives of all who worked there therefore keeping those connections strong as well.
Believe me, I wanted to give this book a 1 star rating. As soon as Isaiah told Genevieve that Draven was dead, this review started writing itself in my head. I was crushed and angry at one of my favorite authors for killing off such an integral character (in my opinion anyway). As I thought on what I’d say after savoring two epilogues (don’t miss the bonus one), I realized how hard it must’ve been for DP to write what she had. After all, she’d created the man who led the Gypsies for so long. She’d been the one to confess his mistakes and crimes. She’d also been the one to turn him into a man most readers wanted to know more personally. As I realized how difficult it must have been for her, I stopped hating her. I simply embraced her talent as a storyteller.