Benson Bayou Beauregard is the president of the Bear Bottom Guardians MC, and the grandson of the Sergeant at Arms for the Dixie Wardens MC. He’s a mountain of a man and the warden of a prison, and there’s only one thing that can scare him—being told that he’s the father of a three-year-old little girl. A three-year-old little girl that has no clue who he is. Hell, he only finds out about the little cherub when a woman from child protective services comes by and rocks his world before leaving the girl in his shocked arms. Every single thing he thinks he knows goes up in a cloud of smoke. To make matters worse, the woman that he’s been trying to convince to give him a chance takes one look at the little girl and tells him that he’s just not in the right place to handle both of them. But Bayou was never one to back down from a challenge. He can handle a three-year-old girl that acts exactly like him, and he can more than take on the fiery red-head that sets flame to his blood while he’s at it.
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At first, I didn't think I'd like this book as much as the other books but then I really got into it because it struck me as little different and it took me back to the Freebirds books. The other books I've been reading from LLV have all been rather predictable and that's not always a bad thing, but it's getting to where I can read them pretty quickly. I liked that the heroine is a strong role model and she takes no crap. She more often than not tries to save everyone else. Of course, this book has the LLV suspense and Beau always saves the day but that's okay because he's a beloved character. His daughter is adorable!! This again was an out-of-the-park book for me.