"An unexpected evil brings both the MC and Military world together in this brand new series by J.M. Walker"
He doesn’t remember.
In the beginning, women and alcohol were one in the same. Until he met her.
The pain and heartache he caused her died when he was shot and fell into a coma.
Waking up is the only way he can get back to Maxine Stanton while she does everything she can to push him away.
She hates him.
Every fiber of her being loathes the man she fell in love with but she can’t control her heart and wants him just the same.
When Dale Michaels finally wakes up, she realizes they need to end this once and for all, before it destroys them both.
When an unexpected source rips through what they’ve worked hard to maintain, only then do they realize the full potential of their love.
Author: J.M. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Grit, Stain, Grim, Rude
Series: King's Harlots
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Grit, Stain, Grim, Rude
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: August 21, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Military Romance, Motorcycle Theme
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DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT READING THIS AS A STAND ALONE. YOU WON’T UNDERSTAND HALF OF WHAT’S GOING ON, NONETHELESS, THE RELATIONSHIP POV.
You know that book that you KNOW will be the death of you emotionally? The book that you’ve been waiting for since the very beginning. The book that, after the ending of the last one, had already brought you to your knees before you even read it. Yeah, that’s this book and then some. I’ve gone through just about every emotion you can have while reading this. And now….I’m Numb.
Max. Strong. Caring. Broken. Max. Words can’t even express how torn apart she is. I mean, I know that I’d be completely raw after what she’s gone through this past year. Hell, this past month alone is enough to ruin anyone. But guess what? For some self inflicting reason, she’s still sitting next to the man that’s had her heart, even though she hates him so hard. Now what? Where do they go from here?
Dale is a D!CK! Yep, I capitalized it. We all know it. We all have witnessed the hell he’s put Max through. But still. He’s in a coma after taking a bullet in the head and that’s got to change someone, right? Now that he’s awake, the only person he wants is Max. Problem? Yeah. He doesn’t exactly remember everything. And when I say everything, I mean the crap storm between he and Max. But there’s something different. I guess almost dying really can change a man.
Where this series has revolved around the human trafficking issue, there’s not too much of that in this one. There really wasn’t enough room for it in my opinion. This was all about Max and Dale. Coping. Healing. Caring. Forgiving. Loving. Breaking. And it couldn’t have been more perfect. Why did I say I’m Numb? Because if you are not downing a fifth of alcohol, in a fetal position completely crying your ass off, or gaping with your mouth open with unshed tears; by the end of chapter 23… I can never be your friend. That’s why. I had saved so many quotes that I wanted to add to this review, but to be honest, they aren’t needed. Why? Because you really need to experience those quotes for the first time, the way they are written and meant to be read. Because it’s so raw and powerful and heartfelt (I swear I’m not crying right now), that you’ll feel those words in your soul. That’s why.