His Beauty: The Wounded Souls by Leah Sharelle
You, Beauty are the love of my life.
Steel was one of the best snipers the commando’s had ever seen. He was the V.P of the Wounded Souls MC and ran the club’s Bar and Grill. Steel was also desperately lonely. He tried to fill the void in his heart with the wrong woman. Callie was easy, she didn’t make him use his heart. The path he secretly wanted to take, would lead him to the woman he really wanted.
Can he trust her enough to show that part of him he hides behind the playboy image?
Mia loved Cooper Steel with all her heart. A heart that Steel keeps breaking every time she had to watch him go off with her sister. She has to be content with working side-by-side with Steel as the Bar and Grill’s Manager.When the danger that was stalking the club is focused on Mia, she turns to the one person that made her heart beat faster with just one look.
Was she a glutton for punishment, or can she learn to trust Steel’s promise she was the only woman for him?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Book 3 in The Wounded Souls series, this story focuses on Mia and Steel. We’ve met both in previous books, and have gotten part of their stories, but could tell that there was so much more to be said!
Steel is deceiving himself, about who he is, about what he wants, about who he wants. He came home from war not quite whole, in body or in spirit. Those around him know he isn’t living life the way he should, that he’s making bad choices, and passing up what could be the best thing in his life. But they know, until he finds himself, and realizes what he is doing, it’s not going to change.
Mia is amazing. She is the perfect one to stand by a brother’s side. But the one that she wants doesn’t want her. And it’s thrown in her face, over and over again, in the most demeaning way possible. She has to make a decision, move on with her life, or wait to see if the one that she wants can ever possibly see her standing there, waiting.
All of the Wounded Souls brothers have their own problems, but Steel hits closest to home, because of the abundance of soldiers that we have returning home with the type of injuries that he has, as well as the mind set that he is stuck in. It takes a strong man to overcome and move on, and it takes an even stronger woman to stand by his side, even when he pushes her away. This story was an amazing example of an enduring, supportive love that stands the test of time.