Avery Adams has had a hard start to life. She has pulled herself out the grim and a life of bad luck. She has never felt any love from her family and has little friends. She decides to leave her hometown to make a better life for herself. With no money and only what could fit into her car she heads east. Her journey comes to a stop when she runs out of gas. She is now face to face with a huge hunk of a man in a dark parking lot; instead of running she feels a spark of hope.
Grant Easton is dedicated to his club. He loves the music he’s surrounded by and takes pride in the work he has done to get the family business out of the red and back in the black. He has no time for love in his life but from the moment he meets the spit fire with a foul mouth he feels a pull to her. The only trouble is what he sets in the way of a future with her. Too bad his obstacles are not the only ones they have to get around.
Having finally found love from group at the Barrelhouse will Avery’s silver lining be tarnished or will she be able to have the life of love she has always wanted?