HWY 550 by Freya Barker
Special Agent Luna Roosberg lives and breathes her job. Who needs a personal life when work is so rewarding?
When a new case sends her to investigate a local motorcycle club, covering as the president’s new flavor of the week, the lines between professional and personal quickly start to blur.
Although the Arrow’s Edge MC stays mostly on the right side of the law since Ouray took the gavel, the appearance of the feds at their gate can still rattle his cage.
When a string of robberies points squarely in Ouray's direction, he’s forced to cooperate and put the blonde, prim and proper half-pint on the back of his bike.
With pressure mounting both in—and outside—the club, Ouray no longer knows who he can trust, except the woman who is shaking up his life—and stirring his blood.
I absolutely loved this book! I’ve been waiting for more of Luna, but she went and threw in a bonus by adding Ouray, so I am one happy little camper!
I know we shouldn’t make comparison’s but I’m going to. I may have found a man I love just as much as Tack Allen. And, I wasn’t sure that would ever happen.
Ouray is such a sexy fucker! I thought he might fall into the “little too safe” category for a biker, but he proved me wrong. He was definitely someone you didn’t want to mess with, but he was also just a good man with a soft spot for at risk kids. I love how his club stepped up to address that need.
I wasn’t sure how Freya was going to bring Luna into close contact with Ouray. It’s not like they had a lot in common. The way she ended up getting them together actually made a lot of sense and I should have expected it. That she was able to keep both of their personalities intact, just made me love the story more. Neither of them really changed who they were to fit into the other’s world.
This book was definitely worth the wait, I can’t wait for the next one in the series.