After a visit down to their Floridian friends, Author A.J. Downey is taking us back to the Kentucky clubhouse of the Sacred Hearts MC in this new batch of Sacred Hearts MC novels.
Melody Beswick thought she was bringing herself and her thirteen month old son home to his father. It was her last ditch effort to make a better life for her and her boy. One in which Noah had a father to look up to and guide him. While she knew Grinder wasn’t perfect, she believed in him, and love always found a way, right?
She never thought her dreams for herself and her son could twist into such nightmares, and that it was so true, the old adage, that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. She’s about to find out that another adage is true, that sometimes it’s better the devil you know, when instead of finding Grinder, it’s his cold and critical brother Archer at the end of her long drive that she must contend with.
With no other options, and no place else to go Melody is about to make a deal with this devil that she can’t refuse. Who knew it could, quite possibly, be the best decision she’s ever made?
Brother to Brother begins when Melody takes her baby and runs trying to find her baby's father, Grinder. She knows she may not be welcome, but she never expected to find Archer, Grinder's brother, instead of Grinder. Now, Archer will do everything he can to take care of her and help her get back on her feet.
The problem is Melody feels like such a burden, and she will do everything she can to take the help, but also pay it back as well. Archer and Melody hit it off to a rough start, but soon things start to change for them in very strange ways.
This book was actually pretty good! I think the best part about was Melody and her dedication to her son that was very admirable. In a lot of books with plot lines similar to this, the heroine takes care of her baby, but she also spends a lot of time thinking about how hot the hero is, and how she wants to have sex with him. But, that's not the case in this one. To me this one felt like the heroine was extremely dedicated to her son, and wasn't going to let her happiness get in the way of his happiness. That made her very awesome in my book.
Also, the hero was kind of a jerk as well, but in all honesty I totally got it. And he did a lot of things that really made up for it as well. I loved them together, they made a great team!
And I really enjoyed the whole plot line too. This book was pretty good, and I look forward to reading more in this series.