Cheyenne Grady is the daughter of a Forsaken Member. The Forsaken MC has been an ever present entity that exists in the shadows of her life, but there is much more to this world than she truly knows. It is her family, but on the brink of adulthood things are about to change. This is about her discovering where she fits into this world, and her introduction into the reality of this world. Jeremy is quite similar having a Father as a member, but he has always been certain of his future. The patch is his focus. That is until crossing paths with Cheyenne Grady becomes about more than acknowleding a common acquaintance.
This is by far my favorite so far. Jeremy has always come across as a snot nosed little punk, and I loved peeling this character back to see his true colors. The transformation from boy to man has been quite an experience. Side lined with the previous stories it is fun to watch alternate versions of scenarios from all the books wrapped up here. Cheyenne will transform as well. While she was not always whiny and difficult she does have a tendency to pull the princess card. Her teenage "know it all" personality is racing her down the a path of destruction, but it is her character changing in its own way. Opening her pretty eyes wide to what it actually means to be Forsaken, and what her future as part of this club means. She is a very naive girl, and Grady has made sure that the true working were always spared on Chey's ears. Although, he must not have accounted for her curiosity. It is nerve wracking to watch her pushing into this world knowing that she should be cautious when shaking this bee hive.
Every other MC novel that I have come across displays this world to a unknowing victim. This was a very unique story of love between two kids of the life. Crush been a fresh twist into the world, and livens the story up a bit. This has been JC Emery best yet. She has created a world so intricate, and the story has continued to build over all these books. I have loved every opportunity to dig into the characters of the Forsaken MC. Crush seems to bring the absolute danger to a bit of a calm, so I am left anxious to see what Emery has enstore for the future of this series.