OMG! Solo can't win and his level of confusion is absolutely adorable. Since the club is all about doubles, he offers this to Lucky even though he'd rather have a root canal without pain meds. And the misunderstandings continue. What Solo doesn't know is that the reason Lucky is so hard to read (more than usual) is that she's expecting and doesn't know how to tell him.
While this had its dark moments, it also had me howling in laughter. The hormonal hell of pregnancy strikes fear in every man's heart, even if he doesn't know that's what he's dealing with. The payment collection scene was adorable as well as the absolute adherence of Lucky's instructions. The Eighty-Eight Henchmen are once again a danger and this time it's not just Lucky but her little sister as well. The Eighty-Eight Henchmen won't know what hit them.
As usual, I was glued to my reader as the author took me through the thought processes and experiences of Lucky and Solo as they battle the unknown and known to be together. Solo is an absolute keeper in my book and Lucky better appreciate her name from now on. Awesome read.
ONE OF THE BOYS
Lucky’s the first woman to ever be patched in the Bedlam Butchers, and she’s still trying to figure out where she stands. The guys keep protecting her from the worst club business, and well, treating her like a girl. To make matters worse? She’s pregnant. How’s she supposed to be a tough biker if she’s got a baby on the way?
HIS LADY ALONE
Solo can’t figure out why Lucky’s pulling away from him. Every time he tries to make her happy, it blows up in his face. But when Lucky gets in over her head, can he save her? Or does his girl need to save herself?