Series: MC Sinners #2
Published by Self-Published on September 25, 2013
Genres: Dark Romance, Erotic
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Spike knows tragedy, he knows that feelings are better left hidden. He refuses to put his heart out there again, it's a pain he's not willing to ever let himself feel. He's got a mission.
He's got a goal. Nothing is going to get in his way. He will seek his revenge.
But then there's Ciara, the sister of his deceased wife. She's beautiful and damned determined to throw herself into his life in hopes they can reform an old friendship, but Spike won't hear of it, and Ciara refuses to give up.
Who will win the battle of wills?
Spike always wanted Ciara but because of a misunderstanding he ends up marrying her sister Cheyenne instead. It was because of bad choices that they end up violently losing her. Plagued with guilt they both are unable to move on. They’ve hurt each other repeatedly more so on Spike’s part but Ciara isn’t willing to give up. She loves him and knows that he does too but will they be able to forgive each other and realize that all along that they belong together?
“You make my body so fuckin” wound up with need it aches. You make my fuckin’ days bright, and not one of those fuckin’ days have passed that you haven’t been in my head. Might have had her first, might have fuckin’ loved her first, but you’re the one who ends this with me.”
As much as I enjoyed Hell’s Knights ( review can be found HERE ) I would have to say that I loved Heaven’s Sinners even better. I mentioned in that review that I wanted a better connection between the couples and did I get it in the second book? Oh hell yeah, 100 times over!
The character building was exceptional in this one. Not only did it concentrate on Spike and Ciara but also on Cade and Addi too. Addison and Ciara’s new friendship was great. Who doesn’t need a good friend that understood everything that she was going through? I thought that they complimented each other well. I also liked that even with Cade and Spike history and the fact that they were in different clubs they were able to reconcile, ,work together and renew their friendship.
What I loved most about this book was Spike and Ciara. The hate and fury they had for each other was so fierce it made all that angst, all that tension friggin’ outstanding. When they finally realized that they were ready to finally forgive and all that animosity fell away – they were just MAGNIFICENT.
I asked for a better description of that emotional connection in my last review and the author sure did deliver in this one. Just like the first book the story and plot line was great. It also had its hilarious moments and its suspenseful ones too. I loved it and would definitely recommend this series for those looking for a MC romance with an edge.
“I went to her, and I fell in love with her, but she wasn’t what I wanted for myself, Tomcat. I wanted you, but you wouldn’t give me a God damned inch.”
“You didn’t think of telling me?” I snap, crossing my arms. “You didn’t think that maybe you should have said something before you just ran off with Cheyenne?”
“What was the fuckin’ point? You couldn’t fuckin’ see it. I tried, fuck knows I tried, and yet you didn’t see me. I was sick of tryin’. Cheyenne threw herself on me, and I thought what the fuckin’ heck?”
I feel my body begin to shake. “I didn’t see it, Spike. It wasn’t because I didn’t want to, it was because I was so scared I would ruin everything if you knew how I felt.”
“Fuck, Ciara, I was constant with you. I picked you up every mother fuckin’ day, I spent every mother fuckin’ weekend with you, I was there all the time.”
“I know that!” I cry. “God, Spike, I know you were ok? I didn’t see it. I was young and I didn’t fucking see it. Then she came along and I stopped believing there was a chance. It was not just on me, or you, it was on us both. We both walked away without telling each other there was so much more to it. I know what I gave up, I know I passed you over to her, and I regret it every day.”
“I don’t regret it, Tomcat. I loved Cheyenne, and I don’t regret marrying her…bu-”
I get to my feet, hurt. His words are something I already knew, but it’s the way he said them. He grips my arm before I can spin away, and yanks me back down. I land harshly, and slap his hand away but his grip is too strong, and I can’t get my hand out of his.
“One fucking moment,” I spit. “One fucking moment can’t go by without her being better. One fucking moment, I’d like to mean a tiny bit more than her. You can’t fucking see it, can you? You walk around with those stupid fucking rose colored glasses on, unable to see anything she did. I never doubted you loved her Spike, I knew you did. I saw it. I lived it. But for one fucking moment I wish it was me.”
I jerk my hand out of his grip, and spin, getting to my feet and turning to walk off.
“It was you,” he yells, stopping me in my tracks. “I don’t regret her, Ciara. Not for a fuckin’ second, I don’t regret lovin’ her, I don’t regret marryin’ her. Cheyenne changed my life, she changed a part of me, but you, Ciara, were the one who opened my heart. You were the first one to claim it, and you were the one who fuckin’ tore it out of my chest the day you ran off. You never gave me a mother fuckin’ chance to explain myself to you. I woke up after we slept together, and you were gone. Couldn’t fuckin find you. It was you who took my heart, and you who fuckin’ broke it. She picked the pieces up when I couldn’t find you, and so I stopped fighting. Cheyenne might have had me in the end, Tomcat, but my heart was always yours first.”