When Baker first saw Millie, he truly believed he was ready to start afresh. The death of his wife and child had left him hollow. It was time to start over and leave his old life behind, without looking back.
Millie was used to coming last in everything, forever second best. There was no way she’d be able to compete with a ghost, so she let Baker go. But years have passed, and Baker is no longer a lost soul. He intends to show Millie the real man he has become. He’s determined to have a future with Millie. With the help of his family, The Skulls, he knows he’ll claim her as his old lady, and his wife in the end. With The Skulls at his back, there’s no chance of failing.
Everything seems to fall into place. Baker has Millie right where he wants her, in his heart, and in his bed. When her sister turns up, trouble comes with her. Can Baker convince Millie that he’ll stick by her? Will Bethany come between them? It’s time for Millie to find out what it’s like to have The Skulls at her back. No one attacks a Skull and gets away with it, and Millie is a Skull, Baker’s old lady, and part of the family.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was an OK story. Needed to focus more on the main characters and the "crisis" was fairly lame. I love the series and was glad for the updates, just wish the main characters had been given a full story...seemed rushed.
I agree with another reviewer, in usual Sam Crescent fashion, she focuses so much on other characters and dedicates little focus on what is supposed to be the main characters, which deters and confuses the reader. I loved Baker and Millie's story, it was sweet and cute. It was everything else that was unnecessary information, though I did enjoy the update on Butch and Cheryl. They are my favorite couple and I hate what the club is forcing on them, they're suffering and it's like the club doesn't give a crap...that's messed up. SR