This book earned a one star for the poor writing, but mostly because pieces of other books and a television show have been used to create this story. I have to admit that the author earned 5 stars for being creative enough to "borrow" pieces from different books to use in this book, I would have never thought taking characters and from UnAttainable and UnDeniable, and tossing in some dialogue from Bared To You,and a couple of other books, then adding SOA storyline to complete the story. The parts of the story that weren't "borrowed" from other books, were so poorly written that it caused me to wish for a time machine so that I could go back and slap my 1st grade teacher for teaching me how to read.
Accusing someone of stealing another author's work isn't something that I do lightly, and I realize that this review is going to receive a lot of hate, but I am going to take a stand. Don't waste your time in attempting to convince me that the nightmare scene wasn't a combination of Gideon Cross's (Bared To You) and Dirty's (UnAttainable) dialogue. When reading Axel's story about his abuse, I realized that I had read parts of this story before, only it was Dirty from UnAttainable. Parts, such as the abuser, have been changed, but there are too many similarities in the dialogue between AiL and UnA to be a coincidence. If someone tried to sell me a book in which the daughter of the MC president has a friendship beginning at the age of twelve with an older biker who happens to be the president for another MC and who also has an exclusive relationship with a blonde hair club harlot with a big chest named "Miranda", I would have told that person that I had already purchased UnDeniable months ago. I expect similarities to occur between books, especially MC books, but when you can take pages of a story or character and can match excerpts from another book, but slightly altered, there's a problem. Most readers won't care if a story has been stolen from plots in other books, but I do, it isn't fair to the authors of the original works.
My parting words to the author of this book that I'm sure are familiar to her, "Reel it in, babe; you feel me!.