Point of Redemption
#2, The Nordic Lords
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Lies. Heartbreak. Betrayal.
No one knew the devastation of those three words more than Faith Winston and five years ago, she endured every one of them. All she wanted was to feel safe and marry the very man who promised to love her and protect her, Ryker Knight.
But growing up in the Nordic Lords Motorcycle Club, she should have known she couldn't have a happy ending. Instead, her world became a nightmare. The bikers - her family - abandoned her, leaving her to crash without their safety net.
Ryker Knight has spent the last five years consumed with guilt, running from ghosts that haunt him. That is until his past catches up with him the moment his brother needs his help. Returning home to Jasper Bay, he's forced to face the ghosts he's been running from. Only to find that the woman he loved is trapped in a hell of her own - entrenched behind enemy lines - and it's all his fault.
And even though Ryker's life comes with priorities he can't - and won't - turn his back on, he refuses to leave Jasper Bay until he's found Faith.
But will she want to return to the life she's always wanted, even if Ryker is no longer capable of giving her what he once promised?
Every book in this series has the potential to be very good... however the story arc falls apart, especially in the last 100 pages as it ends with a thud. The author tries to go for a cliffhanger but ends up making the ending drag on forever and pointlessly. Books 2 and 3 end with the EXACT same ending which is never good - Characters and story exactly the same. Additionally, The female characters are built up well initially but as soon as they find their man, they suddenly become someone different. Same is true with the men. I am finding myself skimming the endings as it is predictable and lacking in excitement. I would not recommend the series without some serious editing. So much potential though!