Author: Dahlia West
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: November 27, 2015
Jack “Preacher” Prior is at a crossroads — literally. Left for dead in the Badlands, he’s managed to survive. He’s stolen a truck, but where can he go? Body broken, mind reeling from betrayal from his own MC brothers, he knows he won’t last a day back in Rapid City in his current condition.
Two roads stretch out in front of him. One leads to the city and one deep into the black hills where no one knows him as the former President of the Badlands Buzzards. Revenge is not a question; it’s an absolute. Preacher will get his due soon enough or die trying.
Erin Walker is at a crossroads of her own. Dealt a bad hand by being the daughter of Buck Walker, ex-Rodeo Champ, she’s made her own way in the world without his help. She owns Thunder Ridge Ranch outright, and she’s carved out a piece of paradise for herself with her own two hands. She’s not giving it up without a fight, but she’s alone in the world with no one to trust.
In Erin, Preacher finds something that doesn’t exist in his own world: a smart, fierce independent woman who sets his blood on fire. For Erin, the mysterious man who threatens her life might very well be the only one who can save it.
Can Preacher put aside his desire for revenge against his old MC and accept what’s in front of him: a woman who needs him and a future worth having? Erin knows in her heart that Preacher is a bad, dangerous man, but can she trust him anyway?
Not every choice is theirs to make, though, and in Rapid City the past never stays buried.
Let me start off by saying that this is the first book I’ve read by Dahlia West, so I had a little trouble at the beginning trying to keep all the names separate and know who was who. But once I got that down, I was good to go.
Now, in the very beginning the book starts off with Jack as the President of the Badlands Buzzards MC. And what a bang does it start off with! Action packed from the very first page!
I wasn’t really sure if I was going to like Jack’s character, but as the story went on and as he met Erin, he began to grow on me. He really does have a heart and it’s evident in some of the scenes between him and Erin. Oh and some great laugh out loud moments on the farm with the animals!
So, overall I enjoyed this book and give it 4 stars.
I live in North Carolina with so many pets that every time it rains I consider building an ark. I majored in English Education, though most of my jobs have involved using my hands: framing art, grooming dogs, stocking shelves. I started writing about seven years ago to avoid going back to a real job.
I’ve recently taken up roller derby just to test my health insurance coverage.
Books by Dahlia West