(Steel Bones Motorcycle Club #6)
by Cate C. Wells
The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
Dina is off limits. She’s my brother Wall’s little sister. She’s wired different, and despite the malice aforethought, she’s innocent.
She wants me to help her bury a body.
I want to unravel her beautiful brain.
I want to let her explore me—and watch the light in her eyes when she discovers what she needs and how badly she needs it.
I want her.
I’m the Steel Bones Motorcycle Club president and CEO of Steel Bones Construction. Around here, I’m the last word and the first in the line of fire.
I’m Heavy Ruth.
I don’t get to have what I want.
He’s ruthless, and he knows how to dispose of a body. That’s all I’m looking for in a man.
I’m not catching feelings. I don’t do emotion. My frequency is sensation.
So what if he’s too much in the most mind-blowing way? So what if I’m curious about him—and I’m not curious about anyone.
This is just a conspiracy to commit murder.
I might have said “I do,” but those are only words.
Heavy, the seventh book in the Steel Bones Motorcycle Club series, features Dina Wall, a crossover character from Hitting the Wall. The novel can be read as a standalone, but for maximum enjoyment, consider reading Hitting the Wall and the other books in the Steel Bones series first. Intended only for adult readers.
Heavy is the sixth book in the Steel Bones Motorcycle Club series by Cate C. Wells. To say I was looking forward to this book is an understatement! We have Dina Wall from “Hitting the Wall” and Heavy Steel Bones Motorcycle Club president and CEO of Steel Bones Construction. Whats happens when a great complicated mind meets a scary smart mind!?!
Dina has a problem and after much research and thought she is convinced Heavy is the only one who can help. Heavy wakes up to find Dina at the end of his bed and the reason is something he’s was never expecting. These two shouldn’t have worked togther but they so did. I loved the connection from the start and it had so many feels. This inconvientional love story had me glued to the book throughout. The research and detail Well’s put into Dina’s ASD was very impressive and I think it really worked for Dina’s charactor. Also we have amazing secondary characters who kept this book exciting throughout and we see a lot of faces from previous books. Another great read from Cate C. Wells, I hope we see more from this series soon and I highly recommend this read.