There was something about those white fishnets and Chuck Taylors. I had to have her on my bike.
She was a runaway bride. I should have rolled by and left her to handle her own mess. But from her stormy eyes to her grass stained wedding dress, everything about Jules got my attention and pulled me in. I stole a kiss from her before I even knew her last name. Jules had my heart with every touch. But a rival club had her locked into a future that would keep her prisoner. To be with Jules, I would have to take down a murderous enemy. Sacrificing my body was nothing. I’d already given Jules my soul.
I wasn’t going to sacrifice my freedom or my life for my Daddy’s evil group of bastard bikers.
I wore a dress I didn’t pick out, stood in a church I’d never seen, to marry a man I didn’t love. Hell, I didn’t even like him. But I was a daughter of the Devil’s Hawks. I was the princess in a violent fairy tale. So I ran. I ran straight into Ryder’s arms and knew he was the one. I loved Ryder, not the groom Daddy forced on me. If Daddy found out, he’d kill everything I loved. So I ran again. This time away from Ryder and into a trap I couldn’t escape. Now the man I love hates me, and the man who raised me has thrown away the key.
***This is a standalone, full length romance novel involving the men of the Great Wolves M.C. Each book is interconnected and part of a series, but they can be read in any order and DO NOT contain cliffhangers. They DO contain dark themes and elements***
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Another Great Wolves story. I figured there would be an under cover cop involved in this story. However I was wrong as to which Devils Hawk it was. Also sorry to see that there wasn't s Colt/Ryder reunion with new wives since Ryder and Jules are headed to Florida anyway.
Lots of action & humor, good reading, couldn't put it down!
I received an ARC of this book for an honest review. This is a good book, with a good plot, there was some good humor, making me laugh out loud, there was some seriousness, some drama, and a lot of sitting on the edge of your seat. Downside, I think it could have used more beta readers or something, I found a bunch of mistakes (grammar & spelling) & there's no telling how many I missed. It was still worth getting & reading the book though.