My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Born to a King of Chaos patch holder with a case of wanderlust and a self-centered mother, twenty-one-year-old Nevada Weber is used to taking care of herself. She’s spent her life skating by on her wits and pure determination. When she lands in a situation, she can’t haggle her way out of, she’s forced to rely on another brother for help.
Club enforcer Gage “Wizard” Carmody has done his job too well over the years. Icy and numb on the inside, he walks around in a prison of his making. When the bright green-eyed girl he helped raise winds up unclaimed and in need of protection he steps in seeking redemption. In a life where destruction lurks around the corner, they discover something with the potential to bring healing and happiness.
But when you live in Chaos nothing goes as planned.
Didn’t Quite Cut It.
The potential was definitely there, I loved the premise of the book and had high hopes. Unfortunately it fell a bit flat for me. I didn’t feel the connection between Wizard and Nev, again there was potential for a lot of sexual tension and coming to terms with feelings but it was too rushed to make a real impact.
As far as the plot and sub-plots again they were too rushed and quickly resolved without giving the readers much of a look into them. Where was the action? What happened to Fuse? Trixie? If the author would have picked one plot/conflict and expanded on it or if the book were longer, in turn giving us more this to me would have been a 4star read.