Simple Ride by Chelsea Camaron

After surviving the heat, the torture, and making it out of the sandbox one mission at a time, I have spent years on the ride, going mile after mile to escape the past. I thought I had left hell behind. Only, it is hard to run from the demons inside you.
It all changed when I found the Hellions brotherhood. My nightmares were chased away with the daylight of my new purpose in the club. 

I’m a whore, born from trash; that’s what he always told me. Well, sugar, if you can’t beat it back, you might as well stop fighting and make the best of it. The Hellions take care of me as long as I take care of their boys, and the arrangement works…
…until he finds me. 

Nathan “Boomer” Vaughn—Hellions MC’s newest member, former Army Special Forces, and overall badass—is brought to his knees when he finds out the secrets his favorite barfly has been keeping.
Purple Pussy Pamela should have brought her problems to the club first, but she didn’t. Now it’s up to Boomer to keep her and her secrets safe.
What happens when two people with a simple understanding complicate things? Can they find their way back to the simple ride? 
5 Boomer Stars on Goodreads – Read on the 10th January 2016 
I cried like a baby reading this book! I love Boomer and Pam. They are the perfect match, both of them suffering from their own form of PTSD and attempting to heal themselves while putting those around them at risk for the fallout.
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Perfectly Imperfect by Harper Sloan

Mirror, mirror … who’s the fairest of them all?
I still cringe when I hear that line. A fairy tale that had girls pretending they were the fairest, the most beautiful, and the most entitled. A fairy tale most couldn’t grow out of turned my haunted childhood memories into a living nightmare. Girls who grew up believing that pile of garbage became the meanest of all ‘mean girls.’
And those mean girls were right – it was a line meant for all the beautiful people in the world – and I knew the answer would never be me.
The women with long legs, flat stomachs, and perfect chests.
The type of women Kane Masters gravitated toward.
Well, that’s definitely not Willow Tate.
No. That will never be me.
Because I’m completely imperfect.
And … I hate myself.
I have no idea what Kane could possibly see in someone like me when he could have them
I gave this book 4 Perfectly Imperfect Stars on Goodreads. Read From 29/12/15 – 09/01/16

I loved this book for a few different reasons but one of them being I could relate to some of the things Willow was feeling about herself and I think most woman will. Thinking you’re not good enough for someone and putting yourself down is something I would constantly do to myself. Although over the years I’ve gotten better, I still catch myself saying something negative about myself every now and again. I think we are always harder on ourselves then we are on other people.