Dirty Mother by Lani Lynn Vale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Dirty Mother is book 5 in the Uncertain Saints MC series. While you could read this as a standalone I highly recommend reading this series in order.
Freya and Ridley meet at the hospital, she's an ER nurse who absolutely hates her job. Not the patient part, the coworkers, they treat her like complete and total crap. Walking all over her and taking advantage of the fact that she's shy and refuses to stand up for herself.
Upon witnessing this Ridley stands up for her, putting the worst of her abusers in her place quite efficiently.
Ridley's a police officer and a member of the Uncertain Saints MC.
He's a good man, one who won't turn his back when someone needs help and he has a feeling Freya needs help.
Just out of gut instinct he follows her home, what he finds when he looks through her window is not what he expected.
She's hit bottom.
As in ready to give up.
She's lost her brother, her best friend, the only person left that she truly loved.
He was always there for her, was her sole support system and now she's alone and so broken.
Ridley can't walk away from her in her condition.
He befriends her and through that they seem to have a connection.
Unexpectedly he has to leave her. His brother brings trouble to his door and he's basically forced to go undercover to save protect those he loves.
Freya once again feels abandoned, she continues to text her brothers phone only now she starts getting replies.
Ridley's hidden phone happens to be her brothers old number giving them a continued line to each other even though she shouldn't know where he is or what he's doing.
Whatever you wanna call it, this connection was meant to be.
Just when it seems like things are done and Ridley's family is safe something big pops up and could cost Freya her life.....
Love, love, LOVED Ridley & Freya's story!! Not that I haven't said that before about a Lani Lynn Vale book. This series just gets better and better with each book. The characters will burrow their way into your heart and not leave, I find myself wanting just one more chapter every time I reach the end of a book in this series, I'm just never ready for them to be over.
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