Series: Heaven Hill Generations #1
on October 21st
Pages: 190 Pages
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We finally get our happily ever after.....
Remington "Remy" Sawyer
For most of my life I've been the person who lived with the hand he was dealt. Not much in my life have I had a say in. Birthed by parents I don't talk to, I was raised by the only person who ever cared for me - my brother, Cash. Under his guidance, I've become the person I am today.
Productive member of society, and patched brother in the Heaven Hill MC.
I don't want for anything, other than Tatum Walker.
We had a shot, and we both screwed it up......massively.
Tatum "Tate" Walker
Being the daughter of the President of the Heaven Hill MC is a burden, but one I'll face every day with pride. It's hard for me to know what people like me for. Is it my personality, my looks, or are they trying to get close to the Club? There's one person I've never doubted.
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I have been an avid fan of Laramie Briscoe’s since I read her first book in the Heaven Hill MC Series, so when she announced the first story in her spinoff – Hurricane, I was beyond excited. Readers of this series has been familiar with Tatum Walker as the youngest daughter of the HH President who has a mind of her own, and is not afraid to go after what she wants. What she wants is Remington “Remy” Sawyer, the older prospect of Heaven Hill.
This is a story between two young people, one who questions what kind of love he can give due to his past and the darkness that lives inside him. The other is a force to be reckoned with, a force of nature if you will, someone who has never known anything but love and acceptance, from her family and friends. But when their connection becomes too much and they decide to act on their love for each other, things change.
This story was like a homecoming to me, I had actually forgotten why I Iove this series. At the center of each and every story in the HH and this spinoff is love and family. Family is not always bound by blood, but by the family you chose in your heart. This book is homage to this. However, I felt a little disappointed by the “drama” element, which is why Hurricane gets 4 stars.