Conjugal Visits by Lani Lynn Vale
Series: Souls Chapel Revenants MC #2
Genres: MC Romance
Don’t ever, ever, ever go near that boy. Not unless you want to be a single mother at seventeen. That boy is Bad with a capital B.
The words that my father spoke to me when it came to Trouper Aoki didn’t scare me like they probably should.
In fact, they only made me intrigued all the more.
When it came to Troup, there was just no resisting fate when it came to the two of us.
Even at eighteen, when we went our separate ways with the promise to come back to each other once we were done pursuing our careers, I knew he would always be it for me.
And color me surprised when eight years after making that pact with Trouper, we were once again reunited. Only this time in an undercover FBI investigation—me, the FBI officer, and Troup call sign ‘State’ as a military liaison.
Trouble always finds him. You’d do better to run far, far away.
Truer words had never been spoken.
From the time Troup was a young boy, he’d been in some kind of trouble.
So it only goes to show when he winds up in the FBI investigation with none other than Beckham Spurlock, his high school sweetheart, things are bound to go wrong.
Only, he has no idea how wrong until things go bad. Really, really bad.
All it takes is saving her by hurting another for him to see the wrong side of a jail cell.
To make matters worse, he has to live the next fifteen years in prison knowing that his son will grow up without him. And the woman he loves will likely move on to a man that isn’t so much trouble.
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We met Beckham and her son in Maybe Contain Wine. There was some discussion of just who her son’s father was, well now we know. I must say, I knew that was going to bring a whole lotta drama and am so thrilled it is finally here. Beckham is Foster and Blake’s daughter and I must say that Foster takes overprotective dad to a whole new level in this one. He really didn’t like Trouper from the moment he met him.
So much goes on in this book! Beckham and Trouper met while in high school and they know that each other is their one. Through all the years and distance while they pursue their dreams they never lose that knowledge. They never lose their love for one another. There is never anyone else and I adored that about them.
When they come back together it is explosive and then life decides they need another challenge. I will say that if I was a man and in Trouper’s position I would have done the same thing. There is no way I wouldn’t have. However his action lands him right in prison. That leaves Beckham to do what any good stubborn Spurlock would do. Stand by her man and do whatever it takes to see him. To make sue he sees and knows his son.
Then Lynn comes along and asks Trouper to join his group of merry men also known as the Souls MC. Saying yes will get him everything he wants; out of prison, his woman, and his son. Now, he just has to tell her father about them.
Did I tell you I loved this book? I did! I also loved that we got to see Easton again! He is Troup’s brother! How awesome is that? I loved learning a little more about him. I also enjoyed Kansas who was just too awesome for words. Toot was a great character as well, although he has me having mixed feelings about him. I am a little sad that we didn’t get to see Blake’s grandfather or at least a mention. I loved him way back in Foster and Blake’s book and he would have been a hoot in this one.
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