Only the most urgent crisis could force Delilah Fairchild to abandon her beloved biker bar and ask the surly Bryan "Mac" McMillan for help. Her uncle-the man who raised her-has vanished into thin air, and Mac is the only person with the right connections to help her find him. What the ex-FBI agent has against her is a mystery... but when the bullets start to fly, Mac is her only chance of finding her uncle alive.
Mac knows that beautiful women can't be trusted, but he has to put his natural wariness of Delilah aside in order to help her. With the clock ticking, Mac and Delilah find themselves holding on to each other in the wildest adventure of their lives.
This is one of those books that I loved and yet I don’t. What I loved: The overall story arc. I loved the pace of it, how the reader finds out why Uncle Theo was kidnapped and how it was resolved, especially how the Knights got to stick it the company. The way that Agent Chelsea Duvall was brought in was brilliant as well as realistic, it flowed well with the story and dear lord I can’t wait to see more sparks flying between her and Dagan, who, if it weren’t for Ozzie and Ace, would be my favorite. I loved seeing the camaraderie and bantering between the Knights. They kept things light and fun, even though the situation they are in isn’t funny at all. It could be looked at as inappropriate, but I’m all for keeping things light instead of letting it weigh you down. And then there’s Ozzie. To say I was thrilled that he was apart of the story is an understatement, so he definitely gets his own little shout out.
Then there is Mac and Delilah. I love Delilah. I love her sass, gumption and heart. She continued to fight and believe that her Uncle was alive and even when the weight of Buzzard’s death started to get to her she found a way to fight through it. Max, well, I love Mac, the ex FBI agent turnd BKI operative. He sees what others don’t and is able to put the pieces together so that the picture makes sense. But Mac, the man, drove me batshit crazy. I understand why he kept Delilah at way, way past arms length, so do not think I’m insensitive because what Jolene did to him was so wrong on so many levels but the man needed to get over it because Delilah was in no way like Jolene, not even close. As far as them as a couple, the chemistry was there so thank God Delilah fought for them.
The other issue I had was these guys have been made out to be bad ass, totally on it, operatives, but there were things that happened, or didn’t happen, thoughout the story that had me huffing and thinking “Well that was just a little too convenient” or “Why did they do that when then knew this?” Yes, these little “things” help to create more action and drama, but don’t always make sense with what has been shown in previous books. But, despite these little issues, I’m enjoying the series and looking forward to seeing what happens with the rest of the Knights.
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