Dog has raised his twin sons with the help of his mother and sister-in-law. He built his motorcycle business, Rolling Thunder Motorcycles, Inc. from the ground up. He's a veteran and believes in supporting other veterans. What he didn't know, was when he met Joci, his life would change. He became obsessed with her and getting to know her.
Joci was enamored with Jeremiah from the moment she met him but, because of past hurts, she just couldn't get involved. They worked together organizing a Veteran's Ride for Rolling Thunder. Getting to know him as a person, was paramount to becoming involved with him.
As they finally start their relationship, the ride begins. LuAnn has always thought Dog would be hers. What she doesn't realize is that she is nothing that Dog wants. But her jealousy of Joci will test their budding relationship in more ways than one. Can they survive LuAnn's shenanigans?
This is the story of a relationship we all want to have. A devoted man, great kids, businesses that are thriving and family members that support at any cost. Happily ever after is a definite, and the drama is kept to a minimum. It's really nice to read a story where the angst is at a minimum and the love abounds. To read about families that aren't at each other's throats all the time and truly love each other. That doesn't mean there aren't times that I wanted to see what would happen next. The roller coaster that Dog and Joci go on is believable, endearing and utterly sigh worthy.