Fresh out of jail, Dead Presidents MC Sergeant at Arms, Marcus “Havoc” Wilson, is trying to lay low and keep his PTSD-induced temper under control while helping other military veterans rejoin society. In search of relaxation techniques, Havoc stumbles upon an alluring bookstore owner with a violent past of her own who’s able to calm him down in ways he’s never experienced.
Julia Edwards gave up her life of privilege the minute she tried to kill her ex-husband, and she doesn’t want it—or him—back. As a small Seattle bookstore owner, she’s determined to spend her days hidden between the covers of romance novels until her real-life fantasy appears and shakes up her entire existence.
Can these two attempted murderers find peace together? Or will the loose ends from their past unravel their future?
It is no secret that I wasn’t a huge fan of the first book in this series but had mentioned that I felt the series had potential and wanted to read the next book to see if I liked it any better than I did book one. Well Wreaking Havoc is book number two in the Dead Presidents MC series and I must say I enjoyed it more than I did book one. For me, Wreaking Havoc flowed better, I felt the connection between Julia and Havoc almost instantly and I enjoyed the storyline from beginning to end.
I loved Julia aka Jules and how she let’s say left her ex unable to sit comfortably for a while, that is so something I would do but I also wouldn’t have forgotten about the kickback. I bet you are all like what has the book whore drank now because this makes zero sense, well if you read the book it will, I promise. Havoc was a good balance for Jules and man he is sexy as hell. I mean the man could take me to a wedding any day.
I am so glad I didn’t give up on this series after reading book one, if I had I would have missed out on Jules and Havoc’s book. If you were like me and were on the fence about trying Wreaking Havoc, don’t be because I think you will like it as much as I did. I am looking forward to the next book.