Ryan Axston may have been my brother’s best friend, but he is so much more than that to me…
He was my first everything. Kiss. Sexual encounter. Love. Ax had my whole heart, but he had no freaking clue.
He always wanted to be a Marine. It was in his blood. The day his brother was shipped home in a body bag, Ax signed up and left town to do his duty to his country.
I forced myself to move on. I really thought he was gone forever.
When he showed back up wearing the Unacceptables’ skull and bones on his back ten years later, I thought I'd be able to fight all the old feelings I had for Ax. I was older, wiser, and unofficial godmother to my best friend's adorable little girl, Annie.
But all he had to do was crook his finger and it was as if I was 17 all over again. I wasn't willing to sit back and let him tear us apart again. This time I was going to fight for what I wanted. But not even my love could stop a bullet. One of us was going to have to make a life-altering choice. Would it be me, or him?
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Undeniable is a crossover between Susan Stoker's Delta Force Heroes Series (http://amzn.to/2vB73Vj
and Kristen Hope Mazzola's Unacceptables MC Series (http://amzn.to/2vBzOkz).
A short and sweet, childhood friends to lover's romance.
Cassidy and Ryan had grown up together, Ryan was Cassidy's brothers best friend.
When Ryan loses his brother who is in the forces his world as he knows it changes. Ryan leaves town joins the marines leaving a heart broken Cassidy behind.
Fast forward ten years and Ryan is back, he's served his country and now a member of an MC.
You have to be able to read between the lines with Undeniable, it doesen't go into depth or share to many thoughts and feelings from both characters the whole plot felt distant and brief to the point where I couldn't really connect to the characters or get engrossed in the story, it was like you just got the highlights of Ryan and Cassidy's lives skimming over the main details.
Undeniable is a good quick read, I did enjoy it for what it was.
The story is told in first persons dual pov and leads to a sweet hea.
Arc received for review purposes.