Still Waters (Greenstone Security #1)
by Anne Malcom
Published March 31st 2017
There’s a phrase: Still waters run deep.
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.
Still Waters is the first book in The Greenstone Security Series by Anne Malcom. I probably didn’t read her books in the order that I probably should have, but that’s on me and I’m ok with that. I read this series after reading all of the released books in her Sons of Templar MC Series.
Lucy has been surrounded by the ‘Sons of Templar’ most of her life, she considers them her family. She has one rule and that’s to never hook up with men within the Son’s. So she is surprised to see one man she is very interested in walk into a party but she is determined to be her cool margarita drinking, expensive heels wearing, generally kickass self. She plays it cool even though she feels way more then she lets on to herself.
“You’re not people,” he argued. “And I know you. That you look fuckin’ amazing in leather pants. That you walk around and don’t even know you have a whole club of bikers drooling after you. That you strut around drinkin’ fuckin’ martinis, glass and all at a party where people have sex in dark corners. That you despise the thought of being saved, that you don’t like mornings and that you’re the most fuckin’ beautiful creature I’ve ever seen,” he mumbled, stepping forward.
i couldn’t help but love Keltan, He fell hard for Lucy the first time he saw her and he knew she wasn’t ready for him, but was willing to wait for her. But eventually Keltan has had enough of fighting Lucy, he’s taking what he knows they both want but what Lucy denies.
He snatched his shirt off the sofa, and both Polly and I watched him shrug it on. The only thing we needed was David Attenborough narrating the process, we were watching him that intently.
Get your wine ready for this one, it’s jammed packed full of angst, action, laughs and feels. I loved it and couldn’t put it down. The secondary characters where amazing and I can’t wait for some of the stories to come.
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