This is the second book in the Four Horsemen series.
West Greer – War.
They say violence is never the answer.
I beg to differ. There’s no peace without a little pain.
Drake, Prescott, Francis and I are monsters who live up to their name.
The Four Horsemen.
Gods reincarnated as men.
Scarlett returned to the fold, but not as the girl we once knew. The girl I’d been obsessed with my whole life. The one I’d have given everything for.
It all changed when she walked into Fortuity and gave us a run for our money. Battle lines were drawn. Flags erected. And we were at a stalemate.
If she thought we were backing down, she was in for a wake up call. It was time Scarlett learnt who she really was. And why we would never let her go again.
I really enjoyed the book. The characters are brilliant and the storyline is great.
I love Scarlett. I love watching her grow as a character. She might not remember the men or anything from before the accident, but her memories are slowly creeping in and she just doesn’t realise it. It’s great to see her debating with herself over what Stuart has asked and how she truly feels.
I love her relationship with each of the boys. Francis and Prescott have grown incredibly close to her which I love. Drake is more complicated and it’s frustrating seeing him struggle with his feelings. West really came out and grew closer to her in this one. I loved seeing him with Scarlett.
They are slowly starting to treat her better. They want her to remember and yet there are so many secrets. I hope they clear the air soon
The scenes between them are hot and spicy. Her body knows them and craves them, and she is falling for them and vice versa. I love reading everything grow and develop.
The ending though. Christ, West. He knows how to make a point. Will it work though?
I really want to know what happened with the accident and the events leading up to it. It’s mentioned a lot, but not what actually happened. The suspense is painful.
I would absolutely recommend this series. I love the characters and the storyline, and I can’t wait to read the next book.
My rating: 5/5*