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First three books in Ali and Weston’s best selling MC series...


I’m not a good man. Not worthy of redemption. 

As President of the Lost Breed MC, I fight, f**k and take what’s mine. 

But everything changed in the blink of an eye, and now I got a kid, my brother’s kid. The teenage bastard is just like me.

And he’s gone missing. 

My only hope is that the hot piece of ass that’s been assigned as my nephew’s parole officer is willing to help out a criminal like me. 

She’s got something to prove to the world after losing her sister, and I plan on taking full advantage of her willingness. 

She’s innocent, good hearted and sexy as f**k. The kind of girl I like to break in the bedroom.

I’m driven mad with the desire to gain her affection, to be the one that wakes her up in the dead of night to take advantage of her softness and remind her who’s King. 

Why? Because she’s not buying my shit. 

And I love it.


They wanted to attack my house. My family. My MC. 

And for that, I brought hell to their doorstep. 

An eye for an eye. 

Little did I know that the favor would be returned in full. 

Everything I hold dear is threatened, including the beautiful girl who holds my heart and doesn’t know it yet. 

Shit gets serious when the cops show up with a little one that’s supposedly mine?

My MC has always been the only family I’ve ever had, but times are changing. 

There’s nothing I won’t do to protect what’s mine from The Black Hearts. 

Even kill – every last one of them. 


Seven men were killed last night. 

Their bodies were sliced and diced by a psycho with a machete, and no matter what angle I look at it from, I know it’s only a matter of time before I have to get my hands dirty.

Real dirty.

Things gets even more complicated when Holly Whitton, the girl who captured my heart a decade ago, moves back to New York City. She has secrets, that much is clear, but I can’t help but be drawn to her warmth. She’s a haven from the chaos that lingers at my doorstep, and she’s my responsibility to protect.

But my life with my MC is a threat to her—and so is the man with the machete and the hunger for blood. Maybe I’m the one I need to protect her from.

Maybe I’m the reason it will all fall apart.

Or maybe I’m the only one who can hold it all together.

June 1
BrixBaxter Publishing
Ali Parker

Customer Reviews

JackieMichele ,


These books have a few mildly interesting characters and an ok plot. However, I despise any “author” who does not research. How can you write about a motorcycle club when you clearly know nothing about the inner workings? Too many questions are left unanswered for this to be a satisfying read.
There are so many chances the author had to elaborate, but chose to gloss over the meatier parts of the story in order to focus on the painfully detailed sex scenes that I started skipping because they were all the same.
Thank god this book was free. I definitely won’t fork over any hard earned cash to read any more.

Enunciate Damnit ,


I’m with the other reviewers on here these books are a mess. I love dual POV books especially when you have two authors writing the book, but I have to know did they use an editor? Seriously the male POV is all over the place, terrible writing, ridiculous mistakes that could easily be caught with a quick glance. Is this the first time the male author has ever written anything? Just because you’re related to him somehow doesn’t mean you need to let your reputation suffer. I couldn’t get past the first few chapters of the first book and I really wanted to like it.

Kid RN ,

Bad, just really bad

I rarely write reviews, but this book was so bad, I had to write one. I love biker romances and don’t mind them when they’re dark and gritty.
This book had a terrible plot, unlikable characters, & poor character development. The story was all over the place. It was the most unrealistic book I’ve ever read. So bad that I can’t read the second and third books even though they came as a set. I honestly don’t know how I managed to finish the first one. Not even worth reading if it’s free.

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