Life is counted in tiny breaths, ones that measure the length of your existence. Life stole the ability to make those breaths easy when Lily was nine years old. Turned her quiet. Made her curl into herself, and shut out a world that threatened to bury her under its weight.
The end of her world is what brings him back—her biker. His chocolate eyes pierce her soul while his club tempts her with a life that she didn’t know she could ever have. Especially not when she was clutching the tattered remains of her existence, and with a weight bearing down on her which makes her unfit for the role of Old Lady. Asher changes that. He wants to set about repairing it, repairing her and her broken world. The problem is, even his strong shoulders can’t carry the burden of her sorrow.
Asher doesn’t take no for an answer. She may have given him her heart three years ago, but never in her wildest dreams would she imagine she had possessed his for the same amount of time.
Just when it seems like she may be able to ride off into the horizon, the world isn’t quite finished trying to rob her of breath. Of life.
This book begins when Lily loses someone really important to her. Now, she must do whatever she can to get over this pain, and when the man she gave her heart to three years ago comes back into her life, she doesn't know how to handle it. Asher let Lily get away once, he's not going to do it again. He knows that she is his, and he will do anything to make her realize that. But, there is more going on than he understands, and as he learns more things get more complicated for him and Lily. This book was okay. It's not my favorite of the series, but I thought Lily and Asher together were cute. I was annoyed with Lily a lot through out the book, so that made it a little bit frustrating. And this one seemed like it was a lot of rinse repeat of the same thing. And then add in all the issues with Bex as well, and it was just crazy drama. But, I did like it, and with the way it ended, I can't wait for Bex's story.