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The road to hell is paved with good intentions…
Apple “Core” Drew needs The Uncertain Saints MC like he needs air. He is barely making it through the day, and each one that goes by takes him closer and closer to hell. Literally, not figuratively.
He’s a half breath away from killing himself—maybe not by taking his own life, but he’s not against making someone else do it for him. Then he meets her. One of his club member’s sister, and his whole outlook on life changes.
And not for the better.
Just as surely as he ruined his life, he ruins her life, too. One lapse in judgement on his part, and his one night of happiness turns into the worst nine months of his life.
Which he would’ve thought was damn near impossible with the things he’s done and seen.
She never saw it coming…
It was the beard. The beard made her do it.
That is a good excuse for having sex with a man she barely knows, isn’t it?
Yeah, who was she kidding? It wasn’t the beard. It was the way he looked so dejected and solemn. The sad look in his eyes pulls her in, and the way his rough hands touch her makes her stay.
All she wants to do is take that look out of his eyes, but the consequences to her actions only make things worse, not better. One day is all she gets, and he’s not willing to give her more.
Until she dies, that is. Then it’s too late.
Lani Lynn Vale never fails to write a book that has you laughing from start to finish. Bad Apple is another lighthearted yet humor story that keeps you wanting more. Ever since we first met Apple in this series, I couldn’t wait to finally read his story and I was not disappointed. My heart hurt for some of the things that Apple went through. Though I must say he was frustrating in this book. He’s so closed off at times and I couldn’t believe how he separated himself from Kitt during a time I felt she needed him the most. Kitt is fiery and I loved that about her. She had some struggles of her own and I absolutely hated what she had to go through but she’s tough. I liked how she didn’t take any crap from Beck or Ridley for that matter. She was exactly what Apple needed and I just loved their banter. I thought this was an all around entertaining read and I look forward to reading what Lani comes out with next.