Blind Love: Iron Back Warriors Myrtle Beach Coastal Chapter by Shannon Heighton Hicks
Recently widowed after twenty years of marriage, Claire Stewart moves to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to make a fresh start. She never expected to get involved with the Iron Back Warriors MC or two of its dangerous, compelling members.
Priest is a man apart, adrift since the death of his wife years ago. Now vice president of the MC his father founded, his pursuit of her makers her heart race. Then Priest is gone without a word, and she’s once again shattered…until she meets Ranger. Their instant attraction is electric, and when Ranger reveals that he wants Priest and Claire both, she finds herself plunged into a situation she never could have imagined.
But circumstances are not in their favor. When a stalker and Priest’s fears get in the way, will their delicate new relationship stand strong?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book…..gah, I just absolutely adored this book. It’s everything I look for in a book. So much drama, so much of…..just everything. I can’t even put into words how much I loved this book.
Claire starts off as a very innocent, very typical woman. As the story continues, and we begin to dig deeper into her character, we see that she isn’t what she is first portrayed to be. She is so much more. She is daring, and open minded, and still at times very vulnerable. There are layers to her that aren’t seen at first glance, and makes her a very complex character.
Priest is very complex. At the beginning of the story, we see one side of his personality, then through circumstances beyond his control, he morphs into someone very different. This creates a situation that comes back to haunt him later, and almost destroys what they could have.
This book was so full of surprises! I never knew what was coming next, and there were definitely things I never saw coming. Since this is the first book I’ve read by this author, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I’m totally in love. I think I may have found a new favorite author. This book is definitely worth reading, and doesn’t disappoint!