I can't even imagine what I'd do with a man like him. He wants no part of a girl like me. So how come he can't stay away, and I can't stop thinking what if?
Kayla: Life isn't easy. Single mom, minimum wage, family drama. You know the story. I've come a long way in a short time, though, and it's all worth it. For Jimmy. My grumpy little guy.
Then a hot biker charms his way into our lives, tempting me into wanting more. I want to go for it, but how can I trust myself when I've screwed up so badly in the past?
Charge: I'm an easy kind of guy in a rough world. Yeah, I got a record, but I also got my club, my ride, and the open road. Life is good.
I don't need no hassle, and from recent experience, "woman" is the very definition. I sure don't need to be messin' with a girl young enough to get carded, cartin' along a six-year-old.
So why is she livin' all up in my head? And how am I gonna stop my past from screwin' up this good thing?
Contains mature themes.
What members say
Falling for the young, single mom
Kayla has had a rough life but she will do anything to keep her son, including put up with her mentally abusive father and stepmother. When she meets Charge, she has mixed feelings...she is attracted to him but she is afraid of the consequences of getting involved with a biker, and an older guy. Kayla is 21 to Charge’s 31...she was a teen mom at 15. The story surrounding her pregnancy is heartbreaking, including the way that her father and stepmother treated her. In spite of his misgivings about getting involved with the young Kayla, Charge can’t help himself. Can anything come of this relationship when Kayla’s youth and inexperience keeps getting in the way?
- GSKM in sc
I enjoyed this audible story. It slowed a little and drug out what was totally obvious about the event in her teen years. Having said this, I did enjoy the book. It had biker feels (but did not revolve totally around the MC life). The is good character development between the child and the biker’s father-grandfather figure living next door. It’s well worth reading if you want to enjoy a good book. However, it does refer to a violent act (without detail description) that could trigger some readers. HEA. Narration was very good.