I really liked this, just not as much as the first book.
I don’t think it had anything to do with Holly and Michael.
I really liked them both.
It was something about the rest of the story…
Half of my enjoyment of MC books is the bromance and loyalty between the men of the club…and that was kind of missing here a bit, sadly.
Yes, Michael was a loner, but I knew that going in.
It had more to do with Ghost and his willingness to trade Holly to people he knew had hurt her.
I didn’t like that.
Thank God the club voted to protect her or I might not have wanted anything else to do with the men of this series.
There is being an outlaw, yes…but there is also taking care of your own.
Anyway, Ghost miffed me a bit in the last book with his willingness to trade his daughter’s future to get rid of Mercy…and he gained another black mark against him this book in my eyes also.
Not that excited about Walsh’s book to be honest, but I love this series and hope to enjoy it.