The night I’m released from prison, she’s in my bed.
It’s been eight years since I touched a woman, and the Native American beauty is half-dressed, beaten, bruised, and devastatingly exquisite.
We’re toxic together, but we want the same things. Blood. Vengeance.
Violent relief in a warm body.
Beneath her touch, I’m alive.
Against her skin, I’m redeemed.
Buried inside her, I forget the past.
Until the past takes her from me.
Prison made me cold, but losing Raina makes me cruel. Ruthless. Unforgiving.
I killed before. For her, I’ll kill again.
I’ll end this once and for all or die in my boots.
I waited all summer for this one. I could not wait to get my hands on Lorne’s book. It was everything I wished for. Lorne and Raina’s relationship was a beautiful disaster. They were perfect for each other. The intimacy of their relationship was palpable. It healed them and made them whole. They shared some beautiful moments that were extremely swoon worthy.
But don’t think Pam Godwin left any darkness out. Lorne exuded danger and darkness. This little family had some unfinished business and they handled it like they always do, via intelligent vengeance. They are so cunning! I loved every minute.
The only complaint I have is that I wish the original 4 would have had more interaction. Especially Lorne and Conor, they needed to have a private moment. He owed that to her and us.
This was still a 5 star read. I finished this book over 10 days ago and I’ve been in a slump ever since. I would def recommend this one.