Snake Thompson has served his time in Corcoran and is now looking to clear his name. Along the way, he finds Abel, a bartender who winds up quitting his job and going along with Snake to see if he can help him. Will they succeed? Or will the revenge Snake wants put them both in an early grave?
While I found I'd Die For You a nice, quick read, I would have liked this to be a longer read. I think that the problem I had with the story was the compressed time frame. It could be possible, but it just does not work for me. For the length of the story, it was a good read, and other readers might find it a better story than I did.