18+ for language and sexual content!
Widowed young, Maisie Mann was left to raise her daughter alone. Now, nine years later, she thinks she might have life as a single mom mastered…until her car breaks down on the wrong side of town. All she requires is a little roadside assistance and she’ll be on her way. But when her help comes in the form of a gruff but alluring biker, it sparks emotions she hasn’t experienced since her husband died.
Connor ‘Hatch’ Wallace is nobody’s hero. The Sergeant-at-Arms for the Dogs of Fire MC has a bitter past and has sworn off anyone threatening his independence. But fate has other ideas.
Maisie has no intention of getting involved with a man like Hatch and, despite her overwhelming attraction to him, pushes him away… until her life, and that of her child, are threatened.
Is Maisie’s only chance of survival in the hands of a badass biker?
Will Hatch be able to put aside his past and protect a woman and her daughter at the risk of losing everything?
If you can suspend your disbelief for how the story starts (Why would someone you don’t know be so invested in someone’s safety?), there’s something about the 2 characters that pulls you in...
Hatch meets Maisie after her car breaks down and he helps her out. Neither is looking for a relationship, but fate conspires to keep them in each other’s path. I really enjoyed the way Hatch was so protective of Maisie and her daughter Poppy, as well as his sister Cricket. I love the flashes of humor mixed into the intrigue and drama. I hope to read some more about Hatch’s family, and I can’t wait for more of the Dogs of Fire.