This is the third book in this series, and I loved it equally as well as the first two--maybe better. The story is darker and deals with the issues in about the only way you can--straightforward in revealing the hell that is sex trafficking.
Hammer is grieving over the loss of his wife, April, and believes if he looks at or has feelings for another woman that he is betraying April. He runs into Meia at a time when he wasn't expecting or looking for a relationship. Meia has deep, dark secrets and Hammer wants to know what they are. But, will finding out those secrets be their undoing?
Beneath Hammer's rough exterior lies a big, cuddly teddy bear of a man who will go to the ends of the earth to be with the woman he cares about. Meia is a victim, but strong and determined. I think you love them both.
If you loved the first two books in this series, you have to read this one.