18+ for language and sexual situations.
Six years ago, I lost everything that meant anything to me. Since then, I've been moving through life in a fog. My club brothers are the only people I can tolerate, and only on a good day.
Then 'she' crashes into my life and the pain I've kept buried surfaces again. She's a mirror projecting everything I've lost back at me and I can no longer control the rage I've managed to keep in check.
I am nobody.
I've worked hard to make sure I stay a nobody while my sister's career continues to shoot into space. I like my anonymity and the life I've carefully carved out for myself.
That is until an angry biker forces me into the spotlight and I have no idea how to stop myself from falling...hard.
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Doom had something horrific happen in his past that caused him to push everyone away, and live with a terrifying rage. Lyric is a strong independent woman who also suffered a tragedy, but she moved on, as she worked to be supportive of her two younger sisters. When they meet neither plans on finding love with the other. Will a looming war with another club and a few surprises tear them apart or forge a bond nothing will break? Another great read by Piper Davenport!
Doom and Lyric
Piper has done it again! Love Dogs of Fire stories! ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
Once again, Piper Davenport has written a book that I had a VERY hard time putting down. I loved the addition of the crossover characters added or mentioned in the book. But don’t let that scare you off if you are new to Ms Davenport. I’ve become a fan of her writing, true, but I have yet to read all her previously written books (but I’m slowly working on it). So I didn’t “know” all the crossover characters, but never once felt “lost”.
Doom (such a cheery road name) and Lyric make such a odd duo. She has such a strong, independent personality, she and Doom/Lincoln are bound to bump heads. There are definitely some twists and surprises in store for these two, and that has to be one of the things I liked best about their book.
If you haven’t read Piper Davenport, I urge you to give her books a try. If you’re anything like me, you’ll love the too.