When there's nothing left, there's always faith.... Faith finally meets a man who is nothing like her overbearing friends and family. He's dangerous and ripped, and he doesn't treat her like a princess. He's trouble, and that's just what she's looking for. After a run-in with her father, Faith and Eddie abandon wintery Colorado for sunny California. They don't have money, but they have a Harley and a gun. Along the way Faith is forced to grow up and embrace the dangerous life that will get them to their destination. When she learns a terrible secret, she must hide it from Eddie, even as he takes the fall for a bank robbery. Can their love withstand the storm? Can it survive? Can they survive? Have faith....
©2015 Davida Lynn, Your Fantasy Publishing (P)2015 Davida Lynn
I would like it either way. It was fun listening to it in the car.
It's not the typical biker romance, I think that makes it stand out.
She does a good job narrating this story.
No extreme reactions, I just enjoyed listening to it.
Popi did an amazing job bringing Faith's story to life. I love this book and to hear it was amazing, Faith and Eddie or Bear as he is come to be known had a rough start but they loved each other and had a son together who would follow his father's footsteps
While this was not my usual story that I would enjoy, the duty free me in into the very end. The narrator was great at conveying the naiveness of the female lead.
I am an avid reader, not a professional book reviewer. I gladly offer my opinion of the books I read/listen to.
This story has no redeeming qualities. I did not like the first in the series, but this one was worse. I am seriously thinking about returning this. The performance was fine. The story line .... not my cup of tea.
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