Book 2 in the End of the Line series
It was obvious from the first book that there was something between Will and Hunter and this book picks up a couple of weeks after that. There is major chemistry between Will and Hunter but Hunter is not sure whether he can trust Will given his family's criminal past and Will is wary of Hunter when he finds out his part in bringing his family down. There's a lot of action in this book but there is still a lot of page time devoted to the relationship which I really liked.
Overall, I enjoyed this book more than the first and I'm looking forward to the next, which I'm hoping is Seth's.
*Received form NetGalley in exchange for and honest review