I was dishonorably discharged from the military after I killed my superiors. They were profiting off soldier’s
deaths and I wouldn’t stand for it. They were righteous kills and I stand by what I did. I was sentenced to prison,
but Pappy made sure I never saw the inside of a prison cell. Ever since then, I’ve been working as a gun for hire,
taking on any job that rids the world of the scum of the earth. Then I met up with Pappy again and all my plans
went to shit. I found myself working for the good guys once again and ended up in the hands of an angel.
I’m a doctor and I own my own practice in town. I never wanted to be a part of the crazy schedules of the hospital
and wanted to have a personal connection with my patients. That started to change a little when my cousin,
Cole called me to take care of a woman he found in the woods.
I hate to admit this but I struggled with Knight. For whatever reason I just wasn’t pulled into the story like I had hoped I would be. I just couldn’t connect with Knight and Kate, I didn’t feel like they connected and I think that is one reason why I couldn’t connect with them either, the back and forth was exhausting at times. The thing is, I saw the potential in both the story and the characters so me struggling with this one is sort of boggling my mind because this is the kind of book that I normally enjoy. Knight isn’t a bad book so please don’t take it that way, it is good but just didn’t work for me as much as I had hoped.