When outlaw biker Tyler “Crash” Shaw volunteers his services to his club brother, Cole Austin, VP of the Evil Dead MC, he suddenly finds himself a rich girl’s bodyguard and babysitter. Well, it’s a bitch of a job, but maybe he can have a little fun with it. He thinks he’ll get a kick out of teaching the pampered stuck-up girl a lesson or two on how the other half lives. She can cook and clean for him in exchange for his help. No free ride for her. He intends to teach her that money can’t buy her way through life.
The world saw a classy pulled-together wealthy lady. All he saw was a spoiled little rich girl. A troublemaker, that’s all she was to him. Until she revealed the shattered girl inside that tried so hard to hide her weaknesses and fears with a façade of arrogance, attitude, and sass.
He’d tear down those walls she tried so hard to build, if only she’d let him.
Could the love of a man so wrong for her be the only one to save her?
And in his darkest hour, would her love be enough to save him?
From the MC’s California charter in San Jose, to the casinos and brothels of Reno, to brother charters in the Deep South, this story will take you on a ride of highs and lows that lead ultimately to redemption.
I'm going to start off with the things I like about this book, CRASH! I still have a crush on him. He is the perfect bad boy biker with a beautiful soul. Shannon is a rich princess, but I still liked her. She wasn't a snob or judgmental about the MC, she kept her eyes open and took in the whole experience with some humor. Their story is a true fairy tale. Lots of tragedy and drama, but an all consuming attraction to each other that was so sweet. Who wouldn't want a bad boy that would worship you, lavish you, and still spank you when you needed (wanted) it? We still get to see all the guys from the MC, and that cast of characters are a laugh riot!
Things I didn't like.......it's about 150 pages too long. (That's the only reason for less stars) I unfortunately found myself skimming parts and skipped a whole chapter at one point. And I don't feel like I lost out on the story at all. The author became a little long winded in the minor description details and it lagged. That being said, that's my only complaint. I really love this series! I am so glad I gave the first book (Outlaw) a chance when the reviews didn't draw me in.