This installment in the Reaper’s series deals with the club and their enemies, like the other books, but it also has a lot of natural disaster. Gage has left Coeur d'Alene to check on a support club because the Reapers have heard some bad things and need to be sure. While there he meats Tinker under the most unusual circumstances and falls for her, but he has a few big issues in the way of a relationship with her.
I enjoyed sitting in during the Reapers meetings, witnessing the politics of the club and seeing how a patch over works. The inner workings of the MC are interesting to me. I also liked how the author worked in the fires. I’ve never dealt with wild fires so this story kind of brought home how serious they are. I think anyone who likes this series will like this book, but it does have a different feel from some of the others. I enjoyed that difference.
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