clear she’s different than any woman he’s ever met. Her bright green eyes and
strong will have him captivated. She’s his. Now he just has to convince
with her five-year-old daughter and the desire for a fresh start. What she
hadn’t planned on was a cocky, hot-as-hell biker determined to work his way
into her heart.
protect the family he’s claimed, even if it means partnering with a club from
the past in unexpected ways.
Series Second Generation.
and the Talon Security Series. She has a passion for a good love story and most
enjoys writing stories with an alpha male and strong female
characters.Megan was born and raised in Northern California where she still resides with
her handsome hubby and three amazing kiddos.When she’s not enjoying family time or burying her nose in her kindle she loves
hiking, running and relaxing moments on the back porch with a glass of wine.
I’m not sure how I missed that Megan O’Brien had a new generation of the Ride Series. I’ve read all the Ride books, so I’m sad I missed the first two books in this series.
Layla is a single mom to adorable 5 year old Riley. She moves to Hawthorne, Nevada, after her nan passes away and she is left her house. After moving in, she quickly catches a glimpse of Cash Walker, a member of a local biker club. Her first encounter with Cash proves him to be a bit of a dick, but the truth is very different.
Cash thought that Layla was hitting on him, but she was really asking for an escort to her car because she felt unsafe. He was kind of a dick to her. Once he realized what the truth was, that was the end of his rudeness. He looked to Layla for who and what she was and he was done.
Cash is such a great guy. He decided he wanted Layla and Riley and there was no stopping him from getting what he wanted. Layla was an incredibly strong character. Layla was a very protective mom of adorable Riley. And Riley, she was incredibly adorable.
I am very interested to read the first two books in this series. I’m sad that I missed them, but I will read them. I’m a huge fan of these books and will continue to read more.
I would recommend this book.