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Another great read, I really like this author, her characters are so three dimensional. They are flawed and sensitive and so real. My only real criticism here is that I didn’t really understand what The H saw in the h. She seemed cool and I was on board with her personality etc but I didn’t feel like she did enough in the book to understand that connection other than have a nice ass and be a damsel in distress.
First time read for me of Cate C Wells books. I throughly enjoyed Kayla and Charges book. I was a little put off by the intro to the book but found the story well written. It's a sit back with your munchies and enjoy the ride. Couldn't put it down. Now to the next book.
I stumbled upon this little gem and i am so glad i did! I spent half of the book crying my eyes out. Kayla was such a sweetheart, treated so badly by the people closest to her.. Great chemistry between her and Charge. Can’t wait to read the rest if the series
Charge is the laid back best friend to the MC President and his ex-long term partner is his best friend’s older sister. A few months ago she kicked him out of their fancy house (she’s a lawyer) and since then he’s been splitting his time between the clubhouse and his Pops’ house. He’s 30 years old and living out of boxes.
At this point I have to say how much I love Pops. He’s in a wheelchair having lost both his legs (at different times) and he’s the sweetest natured guy. He’s also hilarious and just says what he thinks. He and Charge have the best relationship.
Kayla moves into the apartment building next door to Pops. She’s 21 years old with a 6 year old son, Jimmy, and emotionally abusive parents. They have money but Kayla is struggling financially.
Of course this odd couple end up being attracted to each other but there is an awful lot of baggage to sort through first. Kayla’s problems with her parents and Charge’s problems at the MC and worry over his Pops taking his medication on time, not to mention the different worlds they come from, are all things that they struggle with.
This is not just a good girl/bad boy age gap romance, it’s about them as individuals and their own problems. It’s also about a little boy learning to make friends. Jimmy is a key part to this story and I love that he’s not a cute kid. He’s grumpy and wary of strangers, gets into fights, struggles in class and is fiercely protective of his mother. He’s an awesome character as so often kids are simply one dimensional ‘cute’ and don’t have their own personalities, they are just plot constructs. This author doesn’t make that mistake and I love that.
This is a good start to an MC series and I look forward to reading the rest of it, as the romance part of this book has a HEA, the MC part of the story doesn’t.
I loved this book. Great age gap romance. Kayla is working herself to the bone to provide for herself and her son. Charge has come out of a long term relationship feeling less of a man. The two of them finally get together to form a family. Kayla is sweet, her son Jimmy is awesome and has her back. Loved that Charge was there for her with her awful parents. Boots cracked me up.
I thought I would enjoy it more but it was still a good read. Charge was a bit clueless in a way that can only get people hurt but he learned from his mistake.
The villains (Vern and Victoria) were absolutely awful and I was just waiting for Kayla to grow a backbone and I’m so glad she did when it mattered.
I’m a bit disappointed that the author went with the cliche of “drop-outs bikers who can’t speak proper English” (at least I hope that’s what it was otherwise the book needs some editing) which made for a bit of a challenge while reading but all in all I enjoyed the story and the characters dynamics.
There’s a lot left unsaid but a lot of potential for the series.