As Reapers Motorcycle Club president, Reese “Picnic” Hayes has given his entire life to the club. After losing his wife, he knew he’d never love another woman. And with two daughters to raise and a club to manage, that was just fine with him. These days, Reese keeps his relationships free and easy—he definitely doesn’t want to waste his time on a glorified cleaning lady like London Armstrong.
Too bad he’s completely obsessed with her.
Besides running her own business, London’s got her junkie cousin’s daughter to look after—a more reckless than average eighteen-year-old. Sure she’s attracted to the Reapers’ president, but she’s not stupid. Reese Hayes is a criminal and a thug. But when her young cousin gets caught up with a ruthless drug cartel, Reese might be the only man who can help her. Now London has to make the hardest decision of her life—how far will she go to save her family?
The fourth book in the continuing series from author Joanna Wylde. This was one of my favorites of the series, maybe it was because the hero and heroine were older and more mature. There wasn’t that innocent virgin feel, although she is a bit a naïve when it comes to the world of MCs.
Reese “Picnic” Hayes is the president of the Reapers Motorcycle Club, and he’s seen and done it all, he’s not willing or ready to fall in love again. He kept help that he’s insanely attracted to London, even though she’s older than most of the women he’s kept company with since his wife died.
London, wants to settle down and marry a good guy after spending her younger years raising her cousin’s daughter. Only her cousin’s daughter has some medical issues and a bit of an impulse control problem. So when her charge goes a bit wild, she turns to Picnic to make sure that her charge doesn’t misbehave with any of the MCs.
A lot of stuff goes down in this book, I was enthralled the whole time and could not put this book down. It was actioned packed, sexy and full of suspense. I highly recommend it. I honestly think you could start here with the series is you wanted to, since it stands alone well.
I received a copy for the purpose of review. I was not compensated for my review.