Reaper’s no stranger to dirty deeds. Before being patched into the Hellhounds MC, Reaper’s earned his nickname being someone else’s dog. Some call him bad to the bone, a monster who never sought redemption…until an old vengeful ghost resurfaces.
To end his brother’s killer, Kane O’ Connor took the hard road. He let his thirst for revenge satiate him, but something inside Kane broke the day his blade kissed Reaper’s throat. Hate and desire become blurred, and Kane’s beginning to doubt everything—himself, Reaper, and the future. Could anything good come from something so bad?
I was waiting for Reaper's story. As Sweet's brother, Reaper is the quieter, and less impulsive one. He's also the guy with the biggest regrets and heartache buried in his past. I was really wanting him to find what he needed to be happy. Who knew he would find a would-be assassin? Kane has spent years tracking Reaper down. All the information Kane has indicates that Reaper killed his brother. Unfortunately, the piece he's missing is that Reaper did end Kevin's life, but it was a mercy killing against the flesh traders who had him. When Kane tracks Reaper down in Wolf County, something holds him back, and that's when Reaper has got him. Kane is more than a little pissed when he finds out his "mentor" double-crossed him, but he's more confused when Reaper tells him that they're mates. I do enjoy these action-packed endings that continue to bring me mental images of 'Mad Max' movies. Kane and Reaper did a great job slaying that old, bigoted hunter, and hopefully there'll be no more to fear from that camp. Another sexy, hot installment that I liked. Thank you, Angelique! NOTE: This book was provided by Evernight Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews