incapable is a good book!!! The title captured the essence of the story or maybe how the main characters felt throughout their lives growing up. Evie and Declan were the main characters of this story that made the reader feel like it is possible to change one’s destiny. These characters were of both strong minds and souls!!!! Nothing was going to beat them down literally or figuratively.
Evie is a sad soul looking for a new start and Declan is a thug/fighter looking to be left alone, but Mona is not going to let that happen. Mona is the owner of the pub that hired Evie to work right off the street. Declan is the son she never had. Mona pushes Evie and Declan together from the very start.
I felt the story was sort of the traditional bad boy who became good because a sweet girl changed everything. Declan fought and killed for some local bad people and Evie got caught in the middle. She stays strong through her own ordeal in the new city and still supports Declan into becoming a different person. They finish the story as two entirely different people.
Dialogue is another important element to the story. Evie and Declan slowly opened up to each other five minutes at a time. Declan knew more about Evie than she knew about him. He let her take her time and tell her story of how she came to Sterling City with very little. Evie explained her past and Declan explains his.
The supporting characters were also good and helped to make a good story. This is a story where two people get away from the crazy to try something new. Even though some very bad things happened it turned out good for Evie and Declan in the end. I give this story 4 stars.
After spending four years caring for her mother, twenty-two year old Evie Crane is starting over with a new job in a new city. Unfortunately, her new life involves working for a woman with close ties to the mob. When a short walk home turns into tragedy and Evie is left broken and beaten, a mob hitman comes to her rescue. In his debt, she feels a bond to him and wants to help him as much as he helped her, but getting close to a criminal brings her more chaos than she bargains for.
Declan Lewis grew up on the streets until taken under the wing of a man with a soft spot for a child he never had. The man taught Declan all he knew, only…all he knew was being a hired killer for the Dantes family. When Declan crosses paths with a girl so unlike himself, he can't help but be attracted to his polar opposite. However, bringing her into his life means bringing her into his world, a mistake that might prove fatal. He wants to be the man she deserves, but to give her what she needs, he'll have to change. And is change really possible for a killer?