If you are like me,, and have read this series from the beginning (which I would hope you have), Vigil has always been someone I wanted to know more about as the President of the Vicious Vipers. To know that he mows his own lawn and doesn’t have one of the prospects do it was interesting to me. Made him more like a real man. I felt for him having to deal with his brother. and how he looked at the couples at the club and have feelings. He endeared himself to me then. They way he interacts with Dillon, who I love to death, really showed his soft side. The fact that he had a thing for Dillon’s mom had nothing to do with it. Michelle is hiding out from her past. And of course she ended up in the backyard of what she was running from. Thankfully, Vigil was nothing like her ex. Vigil is just hard enough to make Michelle’s heart flutter, yet soft enough to fall in love with her. I really enjoyed this story. I look forward to Ricky’s story.
I’m a no-filter, use fists first kind of man who’s suspicious of everyone and everything. As the president of the Vicious Vipers MC, it’s my duty to protect my brothers, and I take pleasure in doing so.
When a sassy woman who heats my blood moves in next door, I tell myself I don’t want the baggage she brings, even if he is a respectful kid who weasels his way into my heart. She’s jaded. A stubborn, lying wildcat I can’t resist, and I’m determined to find the truth of her identity and claim her.
But I’ve got secrets of my own, long buried in the woods of Maine, that unearthed would define me as the brutal beast she fears me to be.
She’s mine to protect—even if my sins are brought to light, destroying any hope for our future.
*This is the fifth book in the Vicious Vipers MC series and may be unsuitable for someone under 18 years of age. HEA guaranteed, however, secondary characters make appearances in other’s stories. Reading in order is recommended.
Lynn Burke is a full time mother, voracious gardener, and scribbler of spicy romance stories. A country bumpkin turned Bay Stater, she enjoys her chowdah and Dunkin Donuts when not trying to escape the reality of city life.