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I loved Steele's story.
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019
This is the 2nd book in the Torpedo Ink series, and didn't disappointed. We had heartbreak, healing, acceptance, passion as well as vengeance against those that would hurt family belonging to Torpedo Ink MCC.
Steele, while undercover found his woman in Breezy, who's daughter of a new chapter President of the SWORDS. She's experienced abuse during her childhood, and while becoming a young adult. Steele claims her, and provides protection, but must push her away in a cruel manner to save her life, and had her banded from the club for life. Breezy leaves, unaware that she carries, Steele's child. We move forward 3 years, and Breezy must contact Steele, and tell him about their son, Zane to save his life. Breezy's father wants Czar, and Steele killed, and has taken Zane to force Breezy to commit murder. Needless, to say Steele, and his brothers, and sisters head out to New Orleans to save Steele's son. Steele knows he must redeem himself in Breezy's eyes, and has fear that when Breezy finds out his past he'll loose her forever.
I enjoy learning about this interdependent family, and their need for the club life. They know they must stay together to function, and thrive, hoping to find acceptance from the right woman, or man. Czar found "home" with Blythe, Reaper found "acceptance" with Anya, and Steele finds " redemption" with Breezy, and his son Zane.