Lucas Donahue is not ashamed of his criminal past, but after a brief stint in prison, he’s ready to go legit and live a normal life. The problem is, no one leaves the gang without permission—even if he is one of the boss’s top men. Plus someone’s placed a hit on him. And then there’s that feisty little bartender who’s going to cause him even more trouble.
Heidi Greene knows to keep her distance from a ladies’ man like Lucas—even if she can’t keep her eyes off him. When he rescues her from an attack in the alley outside her bar, she’s forced to stay by his side for safety. But the longer she spends time with him, the greater her chances are for getting hurt in more ways than one.
I listened to this book! Yes! I have been trying to utilize my Overdrive account more. I don’t know if you guys have heard of it but it’s absolutely amazing! It’s an app that allows you to connect to your local library system. All you need is a valid library card and you can read books, and listen to audio books, for free! Ya’ll know that I love a good deal! Free is the best deal ever! Anyway, so I have been trying to discover new gems and I have. In Jen McLaughlin.
I’ve very happy with the way this book turned out. I actually searched like crazy for info on the next book in the series because I really wanted to see where she was going to take the story line. Some crazy things happen and I wasn’t sure how she was going to turn it around. From my research, and no spoilers here, it works!!
So the thing that made me really love this book is that the main character male, Lucas, is a real badass. And I don’t mean just because he is tough, fierce and uses a gritty Boston accent. He is actually not a good guy. EEK!!
He’s on the bad side of the law, just recently released from jail after serving time doing as his family does. I love it. Usually you get this character who is the anti-hero with some saving attributes, and I guess he is to some extent, but there’s no real saving grace for this kid. He has killed, he deals with guns and he doesn’t take ish from anyone! The fact that Heidi, who has dealt with some evil characters in her own past, falls in love with this guy is amazing.
I’m definitely down happy that I listened to this one instead of reading it. I could really see the scenes in my head. So thanks, whoever told me that audio books are amazing, I’m sorry if i doubted you.
If you’ve read this book, liked it, disliked it, hated it or haven’t read it (or listened to it) yet but plan to…let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear your thoughts. If you have any book suggestions or any reviews you’d like to see here, let me know!