PNut (Percy), brother in the FFMC, trusts very few people and lives the life of a loner, letting few people in. He is loyal to a fault and ready to both kill for and die to protect his brothers in the club, living by the code of Respect, Loyalty, Trust and Honor.
Joey, almost 21, is living with a drunk and abusive step-father. Her escape is working at the Harley Shop and dreaming about her neighbor, Percy. She’s trying to save enough money to move out on her own, but isn’t there just yet.
When PNut sees bruises on Joey’s face, his code of beliefs requires him to take immediate action. After helping Joey move into his place, he teaches her stepfather a lesson he won’t soon forget. Even though they had lived next to one another for years, PNut finally begins to see that Joey is no longer the young and awkward teen she used to be and for the first time in his life, begins having feelings for a woman.
Scott Hildreth outdid himself with this book. PNut had so much more depth than I expected from the interactions we saw in prior books. While he portrays himself as a loner and tough as nails biker, he also cares for his elderly mother and lets his neighbor move in when she has nowhere else to go. Joey is smart and tough as nails, but extremely vulnerable due to not having a family who cares for her present in her life as well as scars that cover her legs. She can take care of herself, but for the first time since her mother died years before, she doesn’t have to.
The more PNut and Joey hang out, they more the discover just how well they fit together. It was fabulous to watch them both grow as individuals and as a new couple due to them bringing out the best qualities in one another.
I also enjoyed the surprise tie in with the Selected Sinners as PNut helps Joey learn more about her past.
This was a brilliant addition to the FFMC series. These books are raw and gritty and at times, emotionally tough, yet always leave you feeling lighter and freer by the end of the book.
About the Book:
911 Dispatch: San Diego County 911, where is your emergency?
Rebecca: Hwy 10 and Glendale. A car…it hit us…our car is upside down…it umm…it smells like gas.
911 Dispatch: Us ma’am? Are there others with you? Are there any injuries in your vehicle?
Rebecca: I’m hurt bad, please hurry.
911 Dispatch: Ma’am I am sending help. I need to you to stay calm.
Rebecca: (screaming) No! No! No! Oh God, No! Help! Help me!
My life was altered that day. My once content and happy childhood quickly changed to one of sorrow and loneliness. I lived convinced I would never be normal again. I wouldn’t fall in love. I wouldn’t get married. I wouldn’t have children. I would simply exist.
Then, one day, a biker from SoCal’s toughest motorcycle club moved in down the street.
About the Author:
Born In San Diego California, Scott now calls Naples, Florida home. Residing along the Gulf of Mexico with his wife and children, he somehow finds twelve hours a day to work on his writing. A hybrid author who has published more than two-dozen romance and erotica novels, his three book Mafia Made series through Harlequin was released in 2016 with the first book hitting stores in August.
Scott has spent his entire life pushing boundaries, and his writing is no exception. His books are steamy, however, they always include an HEA, and have no cheating, no sex outside the relationship, and no OW OM drama.
Addicted to riding his Harley-Davidson, tattoos, and drinking coffee, he can generally be found in a tattoo shop, on his Harley, or in a local coffee house when not writing.
Loyal to the fans and faithful followers who allowed him to make writing a full-time career, Scott communicates with his followers on Facebook almost daily. He encourages his readers to follow him on Facebook and Twitter.
Amazon Author Page: http://amzn.to/2iZWeF8