Still Waters (Greenstone Security #1)
by Anne Malcom
Grenre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 31, 2017
But there’s more to it than that.
Because “still” doesn’t denote peace. Nor calm. Nor happiness.
It’s an illusion. It’s chaos.
The only way to handle chaos is to become it.
That’s what Lucy did. She created stillness out of the chaos tumbling inside her and called the most chaotic motorcycle club in the United States her family.
The Sons of Templar gave her chaos, friendship, family, danger and death.
But she wouldn’t want it any other way.
Then he came. The one who showed her that her handle on chaos was tumultuous at best.
Showed her how to stand still.
And how good it could be.
And how drowning in those waters comes as easy as breathing.
Still Waters is an introduction to Anne Malcom’s work for me and after reading this amazing story from her, she’s officially added to my one-click list! This is a spin-off from her Sons of Templar MC series, which is currently sitting on my kindle not-so-patiently calling my name.
“It was unnatural, the naturalness of the conversation, of my need for a practical stranger.”
Still Waters follows Lucy and Keltan, the heartbreaking pasts they come from, and the undeniable attraction and chemistry the two have together. Lucy is a bold, confident heroine who I loved. Keltan was a perfect match for Lucy. He lovingly nicknames her “Snow,” a complete Alpha–which is my weakness when it comes to the heroes I read about. I absolutely loved these two, and the emotional roller-coaster they took me on.
“You’re so much more than you seem,” I whispered. His hands tightened around me as he grinned. “And what do I seem, Snow?” I traced his jaw. “I don’t know. Still, I guess.”
“Still waters run deep, baby.”
I devoured this beautiful story—Anne’s words were captivating, it had angst, and tugged on my heartstrings leaving me in an emotional mess at times. It had everything I love about getting lost in a book.
“People may not belong to people, but you’re not people. Never were. You were always more. Always mine.”
I highly recommend Still Waters, and can’t wait for the next book in this series!