Eagle is very easy to fall for, still mourning his dead lover, and yet moving forward and looking after his club brothers and their interests. Meeting the dancer, Seraphina, kind of throws him as she is probably the first woman who has actually interested him. Oh, he's not been celibate but he has never gotten over the death of his beloved Angel.
Angel knew her time with Eagle had to come to an end as her brothers constantly threatened both her and those she cared for. Leaving everything behind to the young, naive Angel seemed like the only solution but circumstances bring Eagle crashing back into her life. He's still tough but somehow now Eagle is even harder with a shell that's hard to crack and yet the attraction, the pull, is as strong as ever. Can Angel walk away or will she stay for just one night?
It is hard to believe that at just sixteen Angel would have the moxie and resources to change her life so radically, but I went along with the idea as what her brothers intended would have anyone running for the hills. The two rival MC's are very different with the Dead Dogs being portrayed as amoral, vile characters whereas the Iron Norsemen, whilst not exactly squeaky clean, are shown as more protective and almost wholesome (for bikers anyway!). Eagle is, to my mind, young to be the Iron Norsemen's president, but I can't fault the way he is portrayed as he is strong enough to know what needs doing and what to avoid. Yet the war between the rival clubs has only escalated with the 'death' of Angel and it's been a hard price paid by both sides.
Essentially this book is about the two lovers finding each other again. I really liked that they got their resolution and particularly the fact the Norsemen were involved. What surprised was the end as Eagle really does use all his resources but my lips are sealed! Emotional and intense but most important to me, a happy ending.
This voluntary review is of a copy I requested and my thoughts and feelings are I believe honest and fair.