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They say eyes are the windows to the soul. I thought that was b******t until I saw hers. Huge doe eyes that should have sparkled with happiness and laughter were dead and lifeless. That was the moment that changed everything. Two random meetings, nine emails, four days and a broken Angel that changed my entire world.


Such a silly name for a beautiful boy. Daisy is the saviour I crave and the safety I haven't felt in years. My world is spinning out of control but he's the salvation that can keep me alive — if I'll let him. Two random meetings, nine emails, four days and a broken boy that brought me back to life.

Fiction & Literature
April 15
Gemma Weir
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

gingin615 ,

Great couple and MC story!

I'm swooning hard! Daisy is a sexy young stud that's newly patched into the only family he's known. The Doomsday Sinners runs Archer's Creek and keeps it safe from gangs, cartels and hard drugs. I haven't read Echo yet but this story is terrific. It took me awhile to get used to a big biker named Daisy but with his bravery and sexiness I fell in love with him. When he falls for Angelique and rescues her from her horrible family life his wonderful personality shines. His Angel is a young innocent that is running from her evil father and his nefarious plans for her. She has been so beaten down by her circumstances that she's a trembling mess when she runs to Daisy for help. But with Daisy's gentle care she blooms into a strong woman. Daisy's patience with her was so swoon worthy as he guides her to find her inner sex kitten. They are a young loving couple that belongs together and together they are. They sexy are sweet and hot! I have to give a shoutout to Grits and her lady balls. Loved her and the brotherhood. This story focuses on the terrific characters and their story rather than being a blood and guts type of MC story. The author does a fabulous job of character development and makes us care about the wonderful characters she has created. For me it dragged a little in some parts and was somewhat predictable but overall was a fantastic read. I was ready to jump into Blade because I loved the writing and these fierce brothers and their women. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC.

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