Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1998
Simon Spellman isn’t a native Oklahoman. He’s a city boy, born and raised in Chicago, but he’s lived in Tulsa, and worn a Brazen Bull on his back, for years. Tulsa is his home, and the Bulls his family—the only one he claims, and the only one he wants. As far as he’s concerned, life as a Bull is too risky, and the club too demanding, to make room for anyone else.
Especially now, while the Brazen Bulls MC stands on the brink of war, smack in the middle of their hometown.
Debra Wesson has been part of the Bulls family since her younger brother first put on a kutte. She’s known Simon for years; since a crisis threw them together a couple years back, she’s known him intimately. They are perfectly compatible, both adventurous in bed and neither interested in a relationship. They’ve enjoyed each other and kept their hookups a secret from her volatile brother and everyone else.
Until they realize that friends with benefits has become something much deeper, despite their guards against it, and they’re forced to contend with what’s real between them.
But it’s dangerous to be a Bull, or to love one, right now, as the conflict with the Street Hounds finds its flashpoint. With the enemy standing just on the other side of town, there’s no safe place to be.
When war hits home, everything that matters is in the line of fire.
Note: explicit sex and violence.
5 Favorite of the Series Stars
This book is definitely my favorite of the series so far. I looked forward to Simon and Deb's story, and it did not disappoint. This story reminded me of how I felt when I first discovered Susan fanetti's Signal Bend series and why I love her writing. Solid writing, characters I like, the family and friends aspect is always there, and she definitely managed to throw in plot lines that I would not have been able to predict. I recommend this one!!