She nibbles on her bottom lip. "Is everything okay?"
"It will be," I tell her heart-shaped lips.
It will be okay the moment I tell her how much I love her.
This book was an improvement from the first book in the series. I knew that after reading all that had happened during the first book that I would love reading Arrow's story. The main characters were great characters to follow and this book brought back all my favorite secondary characters. The plot of this book was also much stronger and cohesive than the first book.
Arrow was one of my favorite secondary characters from the first book. When the book starts it is five years since the events of the previous book and Arrow is still a broken man. Anna, Rake's sister, starts hanging around the club as she has moved back to town. Both Arrow and Anna can feel the spark between them but Arrow refuses to get close to another woman. I loved reading about Anna and Arrow. I just wanted Arrow to be happy again so I was happy that Anna showed up and broke down his walls. There was plenty of drama between them but when they were together sparks flew off the pages.
I was really happy that while there seemed to be a bit of the whole meandering plot that was in the first book it still was more focused than the first book. It seemed to have more purpose rather than wandering around from one event to the next.
I am really looking forward to reading Tracker's story next. This book did a good job at seeing that book up while still concentrating on Arrow and Anna.