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Some things are best left alone. I know this. I should stand by it. That would be the safest option. But, well, I just can’t do that - because the thing I should leave alone...is everything. It’s the reason I breathe. It’s the reason I keep putting one foot in front of the other. I need help. I know it, but nobody wants to step up. The case is too hard. There’s nothing they can do.

And then I meet them - bikers, the Knight Brothers.

They can give me the help I need. They have the resources. But there’s a problem: Lincoln Knight.

I can’t stand him. I loathe him. I despise him. And yet, he’s determined to help me. He won’t take no for an answer.

And if I’m being honest...I need him. But working with him, spending time with him, it’s the last thing I want to do...but I have no choice. And I know it. This most definitely won’t end well.

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girl needs to be single a while...

I feel bad saying this, but the female lead came off as sorta... pathetic. like any guy who would look her way could have her and unless a guy wanted her she was of no value. I get it being part of her past, but even in the present with the hero she give off the impression that's she developing an unhealthy obsession with him. and then when I found out the reason she wanted "help" I felt like the heroine was the one in the wrong.