*All proceeds will go to Lavinia’s family in her memory*
When club enforcer Wrath is asked for help, he is torn between doing what’s right and stirring up a past that still haunts him.
What follows is a journey that forces him to question and re-evaluate everything he thought he already knew.
Decisions have to be made.
Should he continue on the path he’s chosen or is there a chance of becoming the man his mother would have wanted him to be?
Life doesn’t always have a happy ever after, no matter how much you want it.
This is a heart-wrenching tale of heartbreak and loss.
Be warned, it will leave your emotions in tatters.
I first read this when it came out, it the time the pain of Lavinia’s loss was still raw and I was not sure if that played into my reading of the book. Rereading it I now can honestly say it is not just the personal connection in is Ava’s creative talents that will destroy you and have you sat sobbing into your hankie while totally unable to put the book down.
The main character is not likeable, his life choices mean you should not feel empathy for him but as the story unfolds you will find yourself wishing you could reach in to the pages and led the boy down a different path to the one he took. It challenges your conception on good and bad, what is right and what is legal. And while Wrath may represent the stereotypical MC lifestyle you also get to see a balance of the good some clubs choose to do.
I highly recommend this book and cannot give it anything less than 5 out of five stars.
You can get the book here
And you can find out more about the amazing Ava Manello here