Great book. I loved Mick. I liked him in Rebel so I knew I'd really love a whole book centered around him. Quin in still helping Teagan with the accounting part of finding out how her step mom is involved with her dad's death and the take over of his business. We get to see Teagan and Rebel some in this book too. However, this is Quin and Mick's book, so it's mostly about them.
Quin tries to fight her attraction to Mick because she's scared of being hurt. But our boy Mick won't give up. He's really the sweetest, sexiest thing. Quin can get on your nerves a little with her over analyzing everything, and she is really quick to draw conclusions and say stuff before thinking. But Mick makes up for her shortcomings, and she can be funny sometimes. Quin's brother, Jersey, is big part of this book and the love that Quin has for him. Jersey is special and needs adult supervision. When he meets Mick, he is immediately drawn to him and calls him Mickey Mouse...so sweet. You will seriously fall more in love with Mick when you read about his interactions and patience with Jersey. He doesn't treat him special, Mick treats Jersey like he would a younger brother and its so heartwarming to witness. You can tell Mick truly cares for him, and Quin sees it too.
Colin a/k/a Trouble causes a little trouble involving Quin. I can't wait for his book next month. I know it will be as good as these first too. Anyway, Colin causes a little tension among the brothers. But all ends up good.
The background to this book is still discovering the issues involving Teagan's dad. We'll get the conclusion in the next book, Trouble, which is due to be published the end of December. BTW, this book ends in a really good place with Mick and Quin and leaves you with a smile. There is so much more to this story and a large number of specifics I've left out, things that make this story more special, so please add this book to your list of books to be read. You'll love all the characters and be glad you got it.