Bad Alibi (Redemption book 1)
Having grown up trapped in a gilded cage, the events of one tragic night changed everything.
Farah Highland was raised with more money than most people could ever dream of, but with that wealth and privilege came cold indifference and cruelty. Determined to start living for herself, Farah cut ties with everything and everyone she’d ever known for the chance at starting over in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains.
Notorious town playboy, Cannon Banks grew up living the good life. He had it all, loving parents, good friends, and a face and body that drove women wild. Love and commitment were the last things on his mind . . . until he locked eyes with a woman across a crowded bar, and everything changed in a heartbeat.
There’s just one problem. Bad Alibi’s newest waitress wants nothing to do with him. But he’s nothing if not determined.
Cannon and Farah are about to enter into a battle of wills.
May the best man . . . or woman, win.
You first met the sexy biker, Cannon Banks in Out of the Darkness.
Now he gets his own story in the first book of a brand new series!
Are you ready to travel back to his home town of Redemption, Tennessee?
It’s going to be a wild ride.
Review: gotta love a small town!
Honestly, I really did not like Cannon at first, he came across as a player and slightly immature. He gets around and seem to like living his life fast and easy, and not one to take anything seriously. But as the story progress we see other sides to Cannon, there’s more to him than meets the eye. And in the end I could not imagine someone else for Farah.
Farah’s life starts the second she moves to Redemption. She has been through more than someone should, and she finally finds her people and her place in the world. The instant chemistry between Cannon and Farah is off the charts, but she avoids him at all cost. He makes her really nervous and his reputation precedes him.
Welcome to Redemption!
This was a sweet, funny and hot story that I really enjoyed reading. Bad Alibi is a great start to the Redemption series, and in the end I really liked both the main characters and secondary characters, and of course the town. I was not sure if Redemtion would be as good as Hope Valley, but I shouldn’t have worried. I really look forward to the next books in the series, and if it’s anything like the Hope Valley series, it will only get better and better with each book.