Title: Lawson: Cerberus 2.0 #1
Series: Cerberus MC Spin Off (Second Generation)
Author: Marie James
Genre: MC/Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 8, 2017
My plan was as simple as they comeâ¦ in theory. Show up at the Cerberus clubhouse and give dear old Dad a piece of my mind. What I didnât expect was being welcomed by the open arms of a father who had no idea I existed.
More importantly, I didnât anticipate HER. Delilah Donovan was a breath of fresh air. She would soon become my reason for wanting to become a better man, my reason for getting out of bed with a smile on my normally sneering face. But no matter how much I changed, sheâd always be too good for a man like me.
It was over before it could even begin.
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Marie James is a full-time working mother of two amazing little boys and wife of almost 13 years. She enjoys reading in her spare time, and diet coke is always near. Central Texas is where Marie calls home and has lived most of her life. With 13 published books under her belt, she has no desire to stop writing anytime soon and has dozens of book ideas to keep her busy.
Lawson: Cerberus 2.0 Book 1 by Marie James
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed this book. I consumed it in one sitting. Not being able to put it down. Snatch was my favorite Cerberus book so I was extra excited that this was an extension of he and Rob.
As Lawson is watching his mother die she finally tells him the secrets she's kept hidden about his father. When he shows up at his old mans door he ends up getting way more then he thought he would.
Delilah is turned upside down when a stranger shows up. The same blue eyes of her adopted dad.... he's beautiful. But he has a chip on his shoulder and she knows she should stay away but she's not sure she can.
These two are explosive. He wants her, he waits for her, he will have her. This is a great story my only problem with it was to me it just ended. I was reading along and bam it's over. Very unexpectedly. That's why I gave it four stars instead of five. Other than that I loved it.