From the New York Times bestselling author of Vipers Run, here is the latest Skulls Creek novel, starring the outlaws of the Vipers Motorcycle Club and the women in need of their protection—and love.…
Even though he’s no longer a U.S. soldier, Talon “Tals” Garrity hasn’t lost his desire for living on the edge. As the enforcer for the Vipers Motorcycle Club, the eternal bad boy is always getting into trouble—especially with the ladies, who can’t seem to resist him. But when Maddie Wells returns to Skulls Creek, he’s shocked that she can’t seem to keep her hands off him either. Good thing Tals doesn’t mind playing with fire.
Growing up with her family’s prestigious name and money, Maddie could never indulge a bad-boy biker like Tals. Now that she’s back, she finds herself irresistibly drawn to him. But if Maddie ends up getting what she wants, they might both be sorry. Because some very dangerous men are hot on her trail—and Tals and his MC will have to put their lives on the line to protect her.…
Tyler combines high-octane drama and red-hot love scenes in her solid second Skulls Creek contemporary (after Vipers Run). After Maddie Wells's marriage falls apart, she heads home to tiny Skulls Creek, S.C. Tals Garrity leaves the army and goes back to a different band of brothers: his fellow members in Skulls Creek's Vipers Motorcycle Club. Tals's twin, Tenn, isn't exactly thrilled to see the privileged Maddie come back into his brother's life, given that she hurt Tals badly in high school. But when it becomes obvious someone is targeting Maddie, the brothers team up with the other members of the club to keep her safe. Tals is the consummate bad boy with a heart of gold, and Maddie a classic damsel in distress. But Tyler's skillful storytelling keeps both characters from being stereotypes, and their story is a sensual treat.