But there’s more to it than that.
Because “still” doesn’t denote peace. Nor calm. Nor happiness.
It’s an illusion. It’s chaos.
The only way to handle chaos is to become it.
That’s what Lucy did. She created stillness out of the chaos tumbling inside her and called the most chaotic motorcycle club in the United States her family.
The Sons of Templar gave her chaos, friendship, family, danger and death.
But she wouldn’t want it any other way.
Then he came. The one who showed her that her handle on chaos was tumultuous at best.
Showed her how to stand still.
And how good it could be.
And how drowning in those waters comes as easy as breathing.
Anne Malcolm has this way of sucking you in and throwing you into an emotional rollercoaster. This first book in a new series, Greenstone Security, will do just that.
Lucy is a bit jaded. She’s had a hard life with some tragedy that holds her back. She covers her pain with sarcasm and biting wit. Then she meets Keltan. At first she puts up a fight, but eventually, she gives in and he changes her life.
This is insta-love at its finest, folks. Even if you don’t like that kind of thing, you will be hard pressed not to love this book. Keltan is as alpha as they come, but he loves hard and he loves Lucy from the beginning. She is his air. Lucy, well, she took a little more time to fall in line, but once she did… she really did. These two had passion and fire and some serious chemistry. Serious! I’m not huge fan of insta-love, but for some reason, it worked for me here. I think it was the combination of Malcolm’s great writing and Lucy and Keltan’s backgrounds.
You get more than just the all-encompassing relationship. There are best friends, little sisters, club members, family friends and more. The secondary characters add a lot to the story, which is refreshing and important. There is so much goodness in this book that I won’t say any more. No way do I want to take that all from you!
This is a must read, so head on over and one-click this ASAP!