I loved Lash and Angel’s story so I couldn't wait to read Tate and Murphy's, especially after the taster we got in the end of Lash's book.
I'm sad to say that I didn't enjoy this one as much. I'm not saying I didn't like it as that would be a lie. I just couldn't relate to Tate as much as Angel and Tate just annoyed me a lot.
Tate is hurt by Murphy's "betrayal" and can't cope with always being second best to the club. Treated second by her dad and Murphy she moves out, gets a job and distances herself from her friends.
Murphy gave up a lot to keep Tate safe and after he's explained why he did it he tries his hardest to earn back her trust and her love. It's not easy as Tate is acting like a mega bitch, but he knows it's because she's so hurt. So he perseveres. As a couple they are intense and I like that about them. The sex was great and I was hoping they'd make up.
This book had a lot of sad moments, drama and bad guys trying to hurt Tate and the club. It all comes down to one question in the end. What means more to Murphy, The club or Tate?
Tate Johnson is the daughter of the motorcycle club leader and has decided The Skulls has hurt her one too many times. Moving out of her home and cutting her ties from the only family she knows, she starts a life for herself, hoping to create new memories.
Murphy abandoned Tate for the sake of the club, but now he’s back, determined to win the love she once felt for him. But, Tate’s not letting go without a fight. She’s stubborn and refuses to listen to him.
The Club is in lockdown when two local cops are killed. An attack is ordered on Tate, but no one knows the identity of the person intent on taking down The Skulls and controlling the town of Fort Wills. No one is safe as the club is compromised. Lives are lost, people are hurt, and some will never be the same again. Everything comes down to Murphy, and he has to make a choice.
He can save his club … or his woman. Which will he choose?