Cash Logan just wanted a beer, but when the prissy drunk bitch that was next to him gets herself into a situation he can’t help but to step in. If there’s one thing he can’t resist it’s a damsel in distress even if this damsel is anything but.
When two people from opposite sides of the tracks collide, lives will be changed, places will be threatened, tempers will be tested and everything they thought they knew will be questioned.
What is it about rich girl bad boy stories that I just can’t help to read about? Is it that feeling of doing something your family wouldn’t approve of that makes them so appealing to me or is it that I believe we shouldn’t judge people based on money or standing in the community that I believe labels are unnecessary and at times stupid. Let’s go with the second scenario shall we. I want to say that Warrant brought something new and exciting to the MC genre or even the rich girl bad boy one, but it doesn’t. It is however a book that I enjoyed and was able to read it in an afternoon. It has made me want to read more from this series and this author. I liked the chemistry between Cash and Aubree, at times it was hot. Cash and Aubree will both make you love them while at times wanting to shake them, but don’t most characters have that effect on readers when you actually want them to succeed. Overall Warrant was a good start to the series and I am looking forward to reading more from these guys and this author.