Young love is always perfect. Until it’s not.
Cheyenne Grady is a total daddy’s girl to her bad-ass father, the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Forsaken Motorcycle Club. She’s funny, and kind, and she just wants that deep, earth-shattering love like her dad has with her school secretary, Holly. But Cheyenne’s been looking in the wrong direction, because the only good that can come from the way she looks at Jeremy Whelan is a lesson in heartbreak.
Jeremy always wanted to prospect for the Forsaken Motorcycle Club and wear the same patch as his father. When a life-long dream becomes reality, Jeremy realizes that the outlaw lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. Nor is it easy on relationships. He wants to be a good man, but temptation is everywhere.
Cheyenne is beautiful, and strong, and exactly what Jeremy could have forever. As long as he doesn’t screw it up.
Love is never more powerful than the first time.
Finally Jeremy and Cheyenne!
Cheyenne is the daughter of Grady, a member of the Forsaken MC. She’s a teenager and she’s always had her eye on Jeremy Whelan. Now Jeremy is a Prospect for the MC and kind of forbidden to her. Sometimes Jeremy is assigned to watch over her at school. No one touches Miss Priss is the motto her dad uses. The only person she really wants to touch her is Jeremy. She’s about to graduate high school and head off for college when she realizes she wants to date Jeremy.
Jeremy is the son of an incarcerated MC member. He’s been raised by his sister Nic and they definitely have had it rough. Now that he’s a Prospect for the MC, he feels his life is going the way he wants it to. The only thing standing in his way to getting his top rocker is the one girl he can’t have. When they finally have a date, he acts like a typical teenage idiot boy and ruins them before they even start.
These two try and find their way back to one another with nothing but obstacles around them. But true love cannot be denied. This was a good story but honestly, there was a time when I thought it was a YA book when it came to the sex. It wasn’t detailed and was almost glossed over. I realize that were 18 but it left me wanting. It truly tainted the book for me. Maybe it shouldn’t have but it did.