Lawson: Gray Wolf Corp Texas
After serving his country, Lawson Masterson turned to bounty hunting, tracking fugitives alongside his two best friends. High-stakes skips are Gray Wolf Corp’s specialty. Chasing criminals and bringing them to justice is a dangerous job, and Lawson is determined to get his bounty no matter the cost.
Known as the playboy of Graystone and content with his bachelor status, Lawson doesn’t do relationships. He’s dedicated to living life to the fullest and having a good time—no strings attached.
Answer to no one.
Lawson tosses his rules out the window when the mysterious and timid Willow Keaton catches his eye. Aside from her beauty, there is something alluring about Willow that Lawson finds irresistible.
Her only dream—to one day have a better life.
Barely grown and wanting more for herself, Willow Keaton married a man promising to give her the world. Turned out, her new husband was nothing more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing, leaving her trapped in a loveless, controlling marriage with a broken spirit.
One day Willow finds the courage and strength needed to take back her life.
She finds herself in Graystone, Texas, with nothing more than the clothes on her back and a few dollars in her pocket.
Willow’s determination empowers her to make a fresh new start in the small town. Not even the smooth-talking playboy, Lawson Masterson, will distract her from starting over.
The further you run, the more exhausted you become, and the demons Willow left behind finally catch up to her.
The ultimate test of a man is who he will fight and die for. Lawson will give his last breath to keep Willow safe.
Second book in a series
Lawson is the manwh*re of Gray Wolf Corps, and does not want to settle down. He enjoyes being free and doing what/who he wants, when he wants. Willow is trying to get a fresh start and build a new life after escaping an abusive relationship. Trusting people is not easy, but she slowly starts letting people in.
Lawson and Willow have a connection, and I believed in their friendship. But I just did not get Lawson’s transition from a player to wanting just Willow. Willow had a crush on Lawson from the start, and I believed in her – but I just didn’t get Lawson. And because of that I had some trouble believing it when their friendship turned to more. However their connection and chemistry became more apparent as the story progressed.
All in all I enjoyed reading their story. An alpha male hellbent on protecting his lady, great secondary characters and it had some twists and turns I did not expect with just enough suspense and drama to make me happy. Will definitely read the next books in this series!