Published:August 24th 2021
Length: 272 Pages
My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
Blurb:All she wanted was the truth.
All he wanted was to be left alone.
Nadia has always been in charge of her life. As a private investigator, she makes her own hours and only takes on cases that she wants to work on. But when a family friend asks her to look into a case, she instantly regrets it—it hits far too close to home.
The last thing she wants to do is rip open old wounds. Especially Trade’s, the single father she’s been spending time with. It isn’t long before she’s falling not just for him, but for the kids he’s trying so hard to protect.
But the little voice in Nadia’s head tells her that something isn’t right, and she’s determined to find the truth. Using her connections to the Knights of Fury MC and the Fast & Fury motorcycle garage to gather evidence, Nadia uncovers evidence of a conspiracy that will leave everyone shaken—and force her and Trade to do whatever it takes to keep their new family safe.
There is significant overlap between this series and Ms Fernando’s other series Knights of Fury. I prefer the K/F series more. I found it more edgier and had more depth.
If I hadn’t read the previous series I would have found this a great read.
The characters had amazing chemistry but I would be questioning how quickly Trade overcame his grief and was ready to move on. There were some minor hiccups but he seemed to have overcome a lot in one year. I don’t think if I truly loved someone I would be ready to commit again especially with young children and given how tragically Ariel died.
I had expected more with the conspiracy than what developed. It made me question why police and FBI were saying to back off.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.