18+ for language and sexual situations...
President Tyler "Link" Lincoln of the Dead Presidents MC, runs a club dedicated to helping military vets readjust to society. When his sergeant at arms is arrested for the attempted murder of a prominent Seattle figure, Link's search for a lawyer brave enough to fight for justice leads him to an alluring defense attorney with a bleeding heart and a steel backbone.
This isn't the first time Emily Stafford's commitment to defending the falsely accused has put her in harm's way. Smart, cautious, and independent, she knows how to defend herself. At least, she did until she joined forces with one sexy, overbearing, tattooed MC president.
Flames run hot as Link and Emily seek shelter in the club's converted fire station, working against the clock to uncover the truth and save a somewhat innocent man.
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Harley Stone has the perfect name to be a MC author, Linked Up was my first book by this author, loved it and read all the other books in the series as well.
Waste of time
Link and Emily spent so much time trying to find the witness’s who were raped by the senator’s son! However the court hearing didn’t even cover the testimonies of the victims or finish the hearing! FBI arrested the senator and his son on various crimes that had nothing to do with the raping of two girls! The author spent so much of the book trying to track down the girls, when the testimonies of the girls weren’t heard in court. That was a complete waste of time searching for the girls. There wasn’t much substance to the story other than finding the girls. The senator really wasn’t that bad of a character as the summary made him sound. The road to getting Hawk free of the wrong charges was easy. The FBI came in last minute haphazardly and arrested the senator and his son.
New author to me, LOVED the book!
I started this book on the recommendation of another author, and I'm so glad I did. Link'd Up had me hooked from the beginning.
Link and Emily are now one of my favorite couples. I loved how they constantly push one another's buttons. Their story is highly entertaining and at times, will have you on the edge of your seat.
I am looking forward to diving into Wreaking Havoc. (I'm dying to know more of this giant.)