Synopsis:Everything changes, in seconds, minutes, hours.
I know, it happened to me.
It wasn’t for the better, it was for the worst.
I am broken, no that doesn’t sound right, I am chipped. Pieces of me have been chipped so bad that it’s impossible to claim them back. Even if I want to, even if its for her.
Darra's Review:Where Red left off made me want more of Jake. T.L Smith left us hanging! I loved Jake in the books, Black and Red. Even though those books were not focused on him. He is ridiculous, charismatic and funny. Great combination!
However the things he has went through are horrid. Torture and betray best sum it up. When does Jake break down? Well, it happens in this book. At the beginning you are thrown into a awful torture scene. Cringing the entire time.
He has been drinking away his sorrows when he meets Addy. She has had it rough as well. Living a life that she was forced into and with the worse people. Somehow Jake is trying to help her out. Don't forget Jake is the president of his MC club. So these characters pop up as well.
Black has moved on with his life with Rose. Jake has decided to leave them alone. Most likely because of unresolved feelings. Even though this book is about Jake, I think I like Black even more in this book than Red! Such a dry sense of humor and shows he cares for Jake. Their relationship gets back to how it was before.
Jake and Addy have a great story together. Two people living with a despairing past and a questionable future. Seeing two people that are broken and mend each other, makes your heart melt.
I am satisfied with the ending to the series. Reading Jake's life moving forward gave me finality to that family. Happy and content despite the dreadful past. Two people that are made for each other.
My rating for the book is a 4.2 out of 5.
Sunny's Review:I was really looking forward to this book. I wanted more of Jake after Red. This was a fast read for me. I finished the book in less than a day. I liked getting a little bit of his background and seeing what happened to him but at the same time, I was a little disappointed. It might be my fault for building up Jake.
Addy was interesting and I wish I had a little bit more of her back story. She was strong in that she didn't put up with a lot of Jake's issues but she never pushed him away because of them. I know that sounds weird but there were some things that she just put Jake in his place but she never held his past against him.
Jake was Jake. If you read Black and Red then you know that Jake is pretty funny. He does have some of his comic relief in this book but honestly Black had more than Jake in this one. He was straight forward with Addy and I did like him for it.
I liked the book but I felt like it was a little rushed. I definitely enjoy Black and Red more but this book is a solid 4 stars out of 5. I think it was a good end to the series and wraps up nicely. You do need to read Black and Red before White.