Published by Indie on May 4, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Chasing a ghost is easy. It's finding yourself that's the real challenge.
Drowning in darkness, Mace struggles to move on from a past filled with sorrow. Anger is a much easier emotion to handle, one he readily embraces. Burying himself in his work and spending his nights with his brotherhood of bikers, Mace is determined to spend his life playing by his own rules.
Plagued by her own guilt, Lena desires nothing more than to break free from her past and to start afresh. But fear and anxiety threaten to keep her hostage, leaving her frustrated and stifled. The last thing she expects is another brooding man to be her possible way out.
While Lena is determined to fight for her future outside of the Deadwood MC, Mace is resolute to avoid any hope of happiness. Together, they have to decide what they're willing to risk for the perfect chance.
Perfect #3 - Standalone
Becca Lee is a new to me author and I’m so happy that I read this book.
This is a beautiful story about ugly pasts that provides second chances and overcoming difficult obstacles in your life.
Mace has been haunted by a tragic incident for years that has caused him to become obsessed with finding out the truth of what happened that night. His entire life changed and he wasn’t coping well. The only thing that kept him going was the pursuit of the truth and his unlikely friend Diesel from The Deadwood MC.
Lena is the brother of Diesel and has suffered her own tragic past that has left her with severe anxiety and multiple attempts to find the right coping mechanisms. She’s desperate to put this behind her and not let it rule her world but the struggle is extremely challenging not only for her but for those that love her.
Both Mace and Lena have secretly been watching each other for the past four years. Neither one thinks that the other wants anything to do with them beyond their minimal platonic interactions. With Lena’s desire to battle her demands, Mace suddenly becomes the main person in her life to help accomplish this. It’s a journey that is both difficult and possibly healing for both of them.
It was very easy to relate to Mace and Lena’s story. Both of the issues that they are dealing with are very realistic and things that many people have to overcome in their lives. Unfortunately. Their story is real, honest, heartbreaking, beautiful and uplifting.
Although this can be read as a standalone, there are a few minor characters in this book who have their story told before this one. I only mention this because I enjoyed this book enough that I want to go and read the others and find out their stories as well. Well done, Ms. Lee. I look forward to reading some of your other work!