Stricken by grief, Kalen "Dive" Brooks drifts away from his MC brethren, only having room in his life for his child. Worried for his son, he'll do anything necessary to protect him, even if it's admitting he needs help.
Alone and vulnerable, Philomena "Mena" McAdams has lost it all: her parents, her husband, her job, and her home. Living out of her car, she's learned life isn't worth regrets. When Mena takes the job of nanny and housekeeper for Dive, she doesn't know what she's getting into, but neither does Dive.
Can they learn to love again when things are so down and out?
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By Jonella A. Moore on 04-10-17
My favorite of series so far!
This third audiobook in this series was my favorite because of the characters. I felt really sorry for Dive when his tragedy struck. Then I really liked the heroine and how she tried to be independent and self- sufficient. Their romance is sweet and sexy, there is still the danger hanging over the whole club from the ex-biker who tried to buy Willow. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series when it comes out. The narration has become really good now that I have accustomed myself to the Aussie accents.
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By Devon Bones on 17-01-18
Loved this so much
The first few chapters absolutely recked me. I can’t explain how much my heart bled for Dive in those heart wrenching moments. Especially the moment in the hospital between Dive and Pick. When I first realized Dive’s character was getting his own story all I could think was how much he was a player and how could he possibly be taken serious enough for his own story. But I have to admit this book was better than I anticipated. Taking me for an emotional rollercoaster. I went from thinking Dive was an immature play boy, to a love sick puppy, to a mourning douche, to groveling jerk and then finally to an adoring man. The other redeeming quality of Dive was how much he cherished his son Koda. This book doesn’t revolve around the Hawks MC which I wasn’t too upset about. I appreciated seeing the growth of Dive and allowing the readers to see him find himself again. Totally worth the five stars.
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