Some would say Benjamin O’Brien has finally reached it. When you’ve ruined your life and brought your loved ones to their knees in the process, you'd assume you couldn’t fall any further.
Lacey Marquis is done. Broken. Shattered. Ruined. Deserted by the man she thought was the love of her life, she’s reached her breaking point.
It takes a lot to make the Black Shamrocks MC abandon their family, yet Benji has almost managed it. When the Club discovers Lacey’s involvement in his deception, they're both given one last chance to make amends.
When two fragile souls find each other in the midst of chaos, is it possible for them to be the strength the other needs? Or will their individual demons prevent the other from Seeking Redemption?
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Redemption. I think at some point in all of our lives this is something we seek. Seeking Redemption is the perfect title for this book. This one is more emotional than the first two books, this one really resonated somewhere deep within me, maybe it is the subject, maybe it brings forward memories of someone who I love very much who is still fighting his demons that are in the form of addiction who wants his own redemption but has yet gotten it and the memories of someone whose demons won and allowed his addiction to rip his life from those who loved and cared about him but never found his redemption that has made this one personal in a sense for me. Whatever it may mean to each of us individually, Seeking Redemption will have you seek inside yourself not only redemption for yourself, but wanting it for those who you care for.
I won’t get into a lot of details because this is a journey that needs to be taken individually, what I took from their story may not be the same as someone else. Seeking Redemption, in my personal opinion is the best of the series so far. Each book in itself has been great but for this book whore, Seeking Redemption stands out over the previous books. While this one can be read as a standalone without too much confusion I would suggest reading the previous books just so you have a better idea on the background of the series. I didn’t know what to expect when I started this series, but what I go was more than I ever thought.