Early in life she looses her father and her sister. Her only friend is Holden Dawson and his family takes her in when she looses everything.
Holder's dad is the President of the Hell's Highwaymen MC. As Hels grows up she is expected to be Holder's old lady. She is so confused by this. She is younger than him and she doesn't want this life for herself. She dreams of escaping and when she gets a chance, she runs away and changes her name to Keller.
The only thing she can't leave behind is her passion for ink/tattooing. A new city, a new name, a new tattoo establishment and soon she feels safe and when she meets Vin she lets her walls come down and once he is there to stay everything goes wrong.
What if everything was a lie? What is her past is now her future?
This is not the usual MC story. Yes, there is violence and abuse and some of the characters are neither likable nor redeemable. What I think is different is the twists.
Saying that, there were times when I didn't like what Keller was doing to Holder but in the end, the story works and I liked the ending as well.
I hope this is not the end for some of the characters. I would like to see one of them again and maybe get his own HEA.
A complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.