Ink has had the kind of life that has made him swear off relationships and keeps to his very strict rules for himself. Don’t get involved, and just have fun. But like with life, nothing is set in stone. The only ones he trusts are his brothers, not those outside the club who can easily muck up his way of life. he’s happy with where he’s at until he meets Beth. She changes his life in more than one way.
Beth has seen a lot in her life that has left her wanting to walk away from people. She knows what it means to be hurt and bullied. It’s because of others stupidity that she leads the life she does, its why she doesn’t trust many. But when she sees how trusting and opening up has worked for her friend, she thinks maybe she can be that way too. She’s fascinated by Ink when they meet, and she wants to know more. Even if she has one moment with him, its a memory that can last her forever she thinks.
Neither one expected to have their feelings catch and hold on. They get lost in each other until the moment it all blows up. Because of her idiot brother, their world implodes and suddenly Ink is ripped away from Beth. He’s unfortunately on the receiving end of setup and he takes the fall. Beth is tired of letting herself be walked over and this is the time to step up and fight for what she loves, or in this case, who she loves. Together they have to make things right, make sure the right one takes the fall and then figure out where they go with their love story.
I loved the roller coaster of emotions that are brought out by this book! I felt so connected to both Ink and Beth and wanted so badly for their story to be a happy ending. Of course, you know, my heart had to be ripped up and thrown around a few times before it was put back together as they made their way to the end. I really respected their core values as people who wanted to do good in the world even if it was frowned upon. This was a fantastic book that is so worth the binge read!