What happens when Rhiannon Blake and Dax Jamison, the ultra-sexy, alpha male vice president of the Phantoms motorcycle club cross paths once more? Find out in this highly anticipated sequel to the popular motorcycle romance drama, Satin and Steel.
All Rhiannon Blake wanted was to find her little sister, Mickey. Meeting Dax Jamison led to emotional havoc and a secret that left Rhee scared and confused. She did the only thing she could think of: she ran. Rhiannon figured that leaving was the best solution for both she and Dax. Little did she know, her disappearance affected Dax more deeply then she could have imagined. When he finds her again...he's not exactly pleased when he discovers Rhiannon's little secret.
The second book in this series begins with us seeing how Dax has been managing life since Rhiannon left the club. Which isn't so great. He doesn't realize why he feels like he does, hurt, anger, betrayed. All of these emotions leave Dax feeling like something is missing in his life. When he gets the opportunity to take a job out of state he's happy about it for once. But when he gets there the last thing he expects is to be saving Rhiannon again!
Rhiannon was pregnant when she left Dax. She thought she was doing a good thing by leaving, but when she sees him again she's not so sure now. All of these strange emotions keeps coming back for her, and she doesn't know how to handle it. Especially now that Dax knows about their daughter.
I have to say this one wasn't much better than the first one. It was only okay. The best part was the HEA in the end. I really hated how Rhiannon handled everything with Dax. I felt like she was a major coward, and in the long run looking after herself more than her child. I hate it when I read books where the mother doesn't want the father to know about the kid for any reason because really a truly the kid deserves to know her father, and mother. SO that just frustrated me.
Then the way Dax handled things as well bugged me. Not only that, I hated his little stalker problem because it didn't really have much of an impact on the book, it seemed to add unneeded drama to it.
I don't think I will be reading any more of this series, this one just wasn't what I was hoping it would be. I'm somewhat disappointed now.