Death silences. Love echoes.
Ruby Buckley is no stranger to loss. She lost her twins in their infancy, lost her son to his demons, and lost herself to a life she never wanted.
Jim Stone is lost. He’s a father who doesn’t know how to parent, a brother who doesn’t know why he ever patched in, and is completely numb to everything around him.
Craving normalcy, Ruby wants to live straight, but that’s easier said than done when a member of the Forsaken Motorcycle Club is determined to make her his old lady. She’s plagued by a past she can’t escape. He vows to give her a better future, even if it means delivering the impossible.
But falling in love was only the beginning.
Twenty years later and they’re still going strong, even if the world around them in crumbling. Jim’s put his club on the line and given Ruby the impossible—her now adult twins she thought she’d lost forever. She has everything she’s always wanted.
But at what cost?
Love is never more real than when it’s forever.
Wow. I just finished this book and I'm kind of at a loss for words. So many emotions right now. I have been a huge fan of JC Emery's and this series since I read the first book, but this final book, this last look into the lives of all the characters we love, took top prize. Every book in this series is amazing in its own, but this book is truly the masterpiece.
Ruby and Jim are the ultimate couple. In the other books we got glimpses into their lives, but we really never knew how their love story came about. This book started at the beginning of Ruby's journey to get to California. We get to see how she came in like a wrecking ball into Jim and Ryan's lives. She is such a fierce character. The love she has for her kids and husband is pretty much unparalleled.
In the final chapters we get to time hop and get a peek into all of our characters lives. As much as I would for this series to continue, I also feel that the author did a phenomenal job of tying up all loose ends and ending the series with a nice bow wrapped around everyone. This is hands-down a ten star read for me.