Megan Foy is finally getting the big wedding she's dreamed of. With her new child and the affection of the brothers of the Death Dwellers' MC, her life is settling down. However, a new threat rides into town and targets Christopher "Outlaw" Caldwell, forcing him to reevaluate his life once more and endangering everyone. Most of all, it threatens Meggie's newfound peace.
Misappropriate is a continuation of Outlaw and Meggie's story. Life is going good for them. They have a wonderful son and the club felt like family again with the Death Dwellers solidly behind Outlaw and his Old Lady. Aside from that, Meggie has finally convinced Outlaw to marry her in a Catholic ceremony in all its fine wedded trappings. Outlaw and the rest of the club was horrified at the prospect...of wearing tuxedos or monkey suits as they called it.
But Outlaw loves Meggie and if Meggie wants a grand church wedding, a grand church wedding is what she's going to get. Outlaw is going to give it to her even if it involves threatening everyone of his club brothers to wear a suit or a the priest for that matter. It was funny to watch the whole club bending over backwards just to give Meggie what she wants. And after all the stuff that she went through, she really does deserve it.
But on the flipside of that, trouble is brewing. This time on Outlaw's side of the family. His sisters hated his guts and blamed him for their mother's death and people from Outlaw past is threatening to derail his future with Meggie.
This book also gives us a glimpse of Johnnie, Val, Mortician, and Dinah's story. Don't get confuse with the names; it's definitely easy to follow the cast and characters as the story goes along. That said, I am definitely looking forward to Johnnie's story the most.
ARC provided by Kathryn Kelly in exchange for an honest review.