Cutter had given up on finding a woman when Hope sauntered right into his bar. With her straight talk, toned figure, and military training, she can disarm a man in more ways than one. But the mission she's on will shake up Cutter's world.
Hope's lost her younger sister, but she hasn't lost her namesake. It's been almost two years since Faith vanished, but Hope hasn't given up the search. She'll either find her sister or some answers.
Can Cutter keep his club out of trouble and help the siren in his bar on her mission? One can only hope...
Hope is going to do everything she can to find her missing sister, Faith. Even if that means walking into the lion's den and meeting Cutter. Cutter is the only lead she has right now, and he won't share what he knows. However, he can't stay away from her and as things with his club get complicated it pushes him and Hope together more.
This book had a very interesting plot line. That was the best part about the whole book, the fact that Hope was a bad ass and would do everything she could to find her sister made her a very likable character.
The downside to this book was it felt like certain things weren't really explained very much. And I hated what happened towards the end with the other woman that Cutter loved.
That drove me nuts, and really was kind of pointless to this story. Because of this it made me dislike the book somewhat.
Other than that I liked the book. The characters were interesting, and the writing was pretty good. I really loved Hope the most though. She was a great character, and I want to see more of her in other books as well.