18+ for language and sexual situations…
Charles “Sweet Pea” Kimble is a newly appointed Road Captain for the Burning Saints MC. His promotion is overshadowed by issues with a rival club and his attraction to the alluring assistant district attorney is an inconvenience, to say the least.
Callie Ames has a passion for justice that burns deep, but that passion may have met its match when the Viking god posing as a biker appears in her courtroom.
As his dark past is revealed, and a brewing civil war threatens everything they both love, will they be drawn together, or torn apart?
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Sweet Pea and Callie
A Viking and Sharkey, they made an unlikely duo, but it worked very well. Sweet Pea and Callie were about as opposite as could be. Callie is a lawyer in the DA’s office and Sweet Pea is a biker, but I loved how they clicked together. One of my favorites was some of the 80’s movies references.
I have been a fan of Jack Davenport’s work for a while now, also of his wife, Piper Davenport, too. Love how they are mixing characters from Piper’s Dog of Fire MC, and at least the mention of Harley Stone’s Dead Presidents MC (Love all these MC series). But you have to expect extra support with trouble brewing for the Burning Saints MC and Gresham Spiders. The Spiders is one nasty MC.
If you haven’t tried Jack’s Burning Saints, and you love MC romances, I would just like to ask... What are you waiting for? I highly recommend this book and the rest of this series.
Sweet Pea is the new road captain for the Burning Saints. He has a kind of strange hobby which leads him to meeting assistant district attorney Callie Ames. Callie had noticed Sweet Pea in the past but had never spoken to him until she loses a big case and looks to him for help. With everything happening with the changes to his club Sweet Pea tries to distance himself from Callie for her own good. Will these two be able to get together with all of these outside forces pushing them apart? Will everyone make it out alive with the Spiders bid to take over Portland? I really enjoyed this book, it is another great read from this author.