Lawrence Ellis, with vast wealth and power, has made it known that he wants control of Signal Bend, Missouri. He is a man who always gets what he wants; there are no limits to the lengths he'll go, and he has the means to pay all manner of people to do his dirty work for him. The Night Horde MC, led by its President, Isaac Lunden, is wildly outmatched but prepared nonetheless to defend their hometown to the last man, and they are willing to do whatever they must to protect their home. Lilli Accardo, Isaac’s old lady, with her own special skills and resources, stands with them, rebelling against Isaac’s need to shield her.
After toying with them for months, Ellis loses patience for the game and rains down destruction on the Horde, their families, and the town itself. Tested to their very limits, beyond anything they could have imagined, forced to travel dark roads, the citizens of Signal Bend fight a war no one—not even they themselves—thinks they can win.
Challenged constantly from without, beset by their own inner demons, Isaac and Lilli must find the true strength within their bond. Isaac needs to protect what is his; Lilli needs to stand on her own; but they are stronger side by side.
Even in the deepest darkness, love brings hope.
NOTE: dark themes; explicit sex and violence.
The second book in the Signal Bend series begins with Issac and Lilly trying to do their best to take down Ellis. But with Ellis upping his game plan, and hurting more and more people in town, they have a whole lot to do now. Not only do they have worry about all of this, Issac and Lilly also have to deal with their new life together. Neither one of them have ever been in this serious of a relationship so now it's a major adjustment for each of them.
This book was slow to get into for me. I just felt a little bored with it at first. And I felt like a lot of it was repeating what had already been done in the last book. But then towards the middle it really picked up a lot, and I really enjoyed it. I also thought it was very sad what happened with Show. I do now look forward to his book more than ever. I also really loved how Issac, and Lilly turned out in the end. They went through so much, and really deserved to get where they are in the end.