We finally get our happily ever after.....
Remington "Remy" Sawyer
For most of my life I've been the person who lived with the hand he was dealt. Not much in my life have I had a say in. Birthed by parents I don't talk to, I was raised by the only person who ever cared for me - my brother, Cash. Under his guidance, I've become the person I am today.
Productive member of society, and patched brother in the Heaven Hill MC.
I don't want for anything, other than Tatum Walker.
We had a shot, and we both screwed it up......massively.
Tatum "Tate" Walker
Being the daughter of the President of the Heaven Hill MC is a burden, but one I'll face every day with pride. It's hard for me to know what people like me for. Is it my personality, my looks, or are they trying to get close to the Club? There's one person I've never doubted.
A year ago we had one night of almost passion - that ended with me walking away in tears - and him walking away in anger.
Some time away from each other has given us perspective. Now, instead of the storm of chaos that was our one attempt at a relationship, we're both ready for calm.
And nothing, they say, is as calm - as the eye of a Hurricane.
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A sweet biker romance.
I don't get to say that often about an MC read but it was, Remy and Tatum have a second chance at love and with writing each other poems and heart to heart moments Hurricane didn't feel like your usual gritty MC book at all.
A year ago Remy and Tatum had a chance to follow through on their attraction to each other and Remy pushed her away claiming she was too young you get this part of the story as the characters reflect on the mistakes they made a year ago not as it happens. Tatum in her own way being a brat at the time made a mistake trying to prove a point and neither have spoken to each other since.
A year later and here they are still in love with each other but its one long grudge in my opinion.
The whole plot felt a little backwards, I would of liked the getting to know each other stages and the angst and the fall out for added drama then the reconciliation but Hurricane begins at the reconciliation and Tate and Remy agreeing to forgive and try to make it work which is something a story normally builds up to.
I found the part about what Tate did, her mistake to prove a point repetitive it was brought up to many times.
I didn't find this book an eager page turner, there wasn't enough angst or drama for me and I got bored but I did find the authors writing easy to follow, the sex scenes well written too so will have to try another book in the series, this one being my first by Laramie Briscoe.
Told in first person's dual pov and leads to hea.
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