I really enjoyed the story in this book, to me I was seeing both sides of the story of the MC's as it happened - I mean seeing things from both Deacon and Rafe's perspective, and it really made me feel for both of them.
You just couldn't imagine what Rafe was going through, when he woke in hospital, and saw Deacon, the man that had shot him the last time he had seen him - needless to say, Rafe was terrified, and no matter what Deaon said to him, he would not or rather could not believe what he was saying.
Deacon comes across as totally devastated by the reaction of Rafe when he finally wakes, he knows why Rafe feels like he does, but it really does twist Deacon up inside when he realises that Rafe believes he has come to finish the job.,
However, it seems that Deacon is the one that can keep Rafe alive, but will Rafe consent to this, or will he decide he is better off on his own? Deacon finally manages to get through to Rafe, and slowly the two seem to grow a little closer, but there are always the memories of their lives before, and Rafe doesn't seem to be able to let these go.
I am not going to give away the story line, but I can pretty much guarantee that once you start reading, you will not want to put the book down. Once you start reading, you are more of less compelled to finish the book, to see what happens, and you will go through various emotions too.