It is recommended that you read “Heaven Hill Generations” before starting this series, or you will be spoiled and lost!
When I gave up the Presidency of the Heaven Hill MC, I never thought I’d be called upon again.
My plan was to coast through, spoil my grand-kids and fix bikes in my spare time.
None of us thought we’d have a traitor amongst us, and we didn’t think of the far-reaching consequences.
Now we are.
And when I’m called on again to pull everyone together, I do what I do best.
Liam is only about 35 pages, and what it lacks in word count, it makes up for in emotion. Each of these Heaven Hill Shorts touches on the aftermath of the events in Fury when the MC dealt with a kidnapping and losing one of their own, and while they've all had their fair share of emotional turmoil, Liam's family has been hit doubly hard. There are parts of this one that are hard to read and may be triggers for some, but I have to say that Laramie Briscoe handled those parts with the respect the situation deserves while still maintaining the flow and emotional impact of the story. All in all, another great addition to the Heaven Hill stories, and I can't wait for whatever comes next.