Holding On (Ruthless Sinners MC, #2) by L. Wilder
It can hurt like hell to let go, but sometimes holding on hurts even more.
Over the years, I’d taken some pretty hard hits. Hell, some were hard enough to break a man, and they had damn near broken me. My past haunted me, consuming me with rage, guilt, and regret.
As the Ruthless Sinners’ enforcer, I held those dark feelings close, used them to keep my brothers and the club out of harm’s way. It wasn’t easy, especially when there was always someone itching to take us down. The same held true on the night that the mysterious Remington Taylor was left for dead at our door step.
One look at her had me questioning everything.
She was in a league of her own, beautiful and smart, and had a strength like no one I’d ever known. This woman was going to ruin me—make me feel things I’d buried a long time ago. I could see it in her eyes, feel it in her touch, but I still let her draw me in.
For the first time in my life, the pain of holding on was greater than the fear of letting go.
Holding On is book two in the Ruthless Sinners series. This is Shotgun’s story, and while it’s part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.
This addition to the Ruthless Sinner’s MC will have you rooting for forgiveness, mended hearts, and second chances.
Somehow, I missed book 1 of this series (an oversight, I can assure you I will be correcting ASAP!) so I can honestly tell you that this book can definitely be read as a stand alone! With that being said, I enjoyed Remington and Shotgun’s story as much, if not more, than the other stories I’ve read by this author. In fact, there was so much action, danger, and excitement in their story, I would be hard pressed to find another MC story that I enjoyed as much! This is definitely one that will keep you on the edge of your seat!
Remington has a good life, and she’s happy, for the most part. Until a blind date turns into a horror movie! Life as she knows it disappears, and she is dropped into a world that she knows nothing about, surrounded by people she doesn’t know, trying to cope with the whirlwind of changes!
Shotgun has had his share of tragedy. His MC has helped him move forward with his life, and he deals with that tragedy the best that he can. He avoids entanglements and connections that could lead to more heartache. Life is perfectly fine until Remington is dropped into his life unexpectedly. Then he finds out that what you think you want from life, isn’t always what you need!
This story was so much fun! I enjoyed the excitement, the danger, and the blazing hot chemistry between Shotgun and Remington. They had a connection that just wouldn’t quit, no matter what kinds of crazy stood in their way. This is definitely one I’d recommend to anyone who enjoys the rougher MC books, and I’m definitely going back to read book 1!